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Hamakua

The Hamakua district lies on the Northeast coast of the Big Island of Hawaii and travels south to Mauna Kea and the summit of Mauna Loa. Waipio Valley at the northern end is world famous for its spectacular beauty and poi farms in the heart of the valley. Truly an amazing and unique part of Hawaii, Hamakua in the winter can have snow at the top of Mauna Kea and warm sunshine at the beach below.
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Kau

Kau district is the southern most district on the Big Island of Hawaii and in fact has the southern most point in the United States at Ka Lae Point. Kau contains the majority of the Hawaiian Volcanoes National Park, has a burgeoning coffee industry, and boasts beautiful black and green sand beaches. Hawaiian Oceanview and South Point are the most populated areas in this district.
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North Hilo

North of Hilo town, the North Hilo district offers a rural, country setting with the convenient proximity to all that the town of Hilo offers. Rugged coastal cliffs, waterfalls and black sand beaches are what postcards are made of. North Hilo contains vast expanses of hardwood forests including Koa and Ohia groves. Small homesteads, natural pastureland and tight-knit villages make up a majority of North Hilo’s land.
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North Kohala

The northern most district of the Big Island of Hawaii, North Kohala is the birthplace of King Kamehameha III and an important district in the history of the state of Hawaii. Small towns and undeveloped pastureland define this area and offer a very distinct difference to the region to the south. The charming town of Hawi lies at the northern end of North Kohala and consists of art galleries, restaurants and shopping as well as quaint residences with an old Hawaii feel.
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North Kona

Located on the west side of the Big Island of Hawai`i, and home to the charming town of Kailua-Kona is a favorite of locals and visitors alike. North Kona offers a little something for everyone. Featuring the communities of Keauhou, Holualoa, Kona Palisades, Kailua-Kona town and more – this district offers a myriad of choices for Real Estate buyers. Find great beaches, world-class snorkeling, bill-fishing tournaments and the annual Ironman World Championship.
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Puna

Puna, the Big Island of Hawaii’s eastern most district, means spring of water in the Hawaiian language. Puna district is famous for its tide pools where one can experience the cold spring water percolating up from the ground. Puna district lies at the eastern flank of the active volcano Kilauea and due to the activity contains many unique geological formations. Puna contains 45% of Hawaii county’s total subdivided lots and has the highest growth rate of the island.
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South Hilo

The South Hilo district includes Hilo town, the Hawaii county seat for government office and has a population of over 40,000 full time residents. Hilo is home to the historic bayfront area with its shopping, restaurants and nightlife as well as the excellent weekly farmers market, annual Merrie Monarch Hula Festival, and Pacific Tsunami Museum. Hilo has a tropical rainforest climate and is the third wettest city in the United States, averaging rainfall of over 126” per year.
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South Kohala

Sun drenched beaches featuring world-class destinations including the Mauna Lani Resort, Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, and Waikoloa Beach area make South Kohala a favorite of travelers worldwide. The northern section of South Kohala is home to Waimea (aka Kamuela), a charming cowboy town located at the foot of Mauna Kea and home to Parker Ranch. South Kohala features many desirable residences—there is sure to be a property that fits your needs.
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South Kona

The main growing region of the world famous Kona Coffee is along the slopes of Mauna Loa located in the South Kona district. South Kona is also made up of coastal villages with beautiful beaches and ocean front properties, including the Kealakekua Bay area and the exclusive Hokulia Subdivision with its Jack Nicklaus designed, award winning golf course.
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