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Kohala Waterfront Whale Watching on the Big Island

If you are into whale watching and don’t want to climb aboard a boat, then Kohala Waterfront is the place to be. The gated 50 lot oceanfront community offers a multitude of choice view lots by which to enjoy whale viewing.

Kohala Waterfront has the highest elevation of any oceanfront property on the entire North–South Kohala Coast, ranging from sea level to roughly 230 feet above the blue Pacific. The panoramic ocean views range from Mt. Hualalai in the south across the vast Kawaihae Bay and extend northward toward Mt. Haleakala on Maui. However, some of the very best viewing is immediately in front of you off the Kohala Waterfront coastline.

This past weekend, while showing perspective clients the virtues of Kohala Waterfront, I set up a little private viewing, resplendent with chairs, food, and some select wines. The viewing was spectacular…5 different pods of whales entertained us while we imbibed. Kohala Waterfront is THE place to be. The enclosed picture (looking Mauka) shows agent Bates (extreme right) hard at work plying his trade.

Aloha from the best island, the Big Island of Hawaii!

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