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Welcome to the Black Sand Beach Condos.

Sea Mountain Resort Activities

Sea Mountain Resort offers a wealth of activities:

Lava flow from Volcano National Park
  • Golf - on site
  • Tennis - on site
  • Pool - on site
  • Snorkeling - 5 minute walk
  • Hiking- on site
  • Black Sand Beach - 5 minute walk
  • Volcano National Park - 24 miles
  • Kona - 60 miles
  • Hilo- 56 miles
  • Town of Naalauu - 7 miles
  • Town of Pahala - 5 miles

 

 

Other Big Island Activities

Volcano National Park
"Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park, displays the results of 70 million years of volcanism, migration, and evolution — processes that thrust a bare land from the sea and clothed it with unique ecosystems, and a distinct human culture. The park highlights two of the world’s most active volcanoes, and offers insights on the birth of the Hawaiian Islands and views of dramatic volcanic landscapes."
- U.S. National Park Service
Swimming
"'Where are the beaches?' This is perhaps the number one question asked by the thousands of visitors to the Big Island each year. You know they're here, but finding the best beaches the island has to offer can involve somewhat of a learning process. The most important thing about finding the right beach for you is understanding the way the beaches differ, namely, by the color and texture of the sand."
- Hawai'ian Beaches
Surfing
"When you arrive at this great surf spot, you’ll see black sand and thundering peaks far below you, while waves line up, dash against the cliff, and peel. This remote black-sand beach has a right-hand point break and collects a raw northwest, north, and northeast swell in winter—often triple overhead. It’s a big-wave rider spot most of the time. On small days you’ll need hiking and climbing experience to get in and out. Best Boards: Shortboard and gun. This chapter also includes a brief description of Kawaihae Harbor, Spencer Park, Kauna`oa Beach, Hapuna Beach, Anaehoomalu Bay, Kiholo Bay, Makalawena, Mahaiula Bay, and Old Airport State Recreation Area."
- trails.com
Snorkeling
There is nothing quite as spellbinding as the underwater world of tropical coral reefs. The Big Island of Hawaii, with its numerous lava outcroppings frequented by colorful fish, has some of the most spectacular snorkeling sites in all of the Hawaiian Islands. In fact, the readers of Rodale's Scuba Diving Magazine rated the Big Island as one of the top three destinations for Best Snorkeling, and Best Visibility.
- Snorkling in Hawaii
Scuba Diving
"Most of the diving on the Big Island is off the leeward coast, with some excellent locations stretched all along the coast. As the coast is sheltered from the trade winds by the large mountains conditions tend to glassy with visibility around 100ft plus."
- Hawaii Scuba Diving
Helicopter Rides
"The Big Island of Hawaii is the youngest of the Hawaiian Islands, and is in fact being created today as the active volcano of Kilauea spills hot lava into the cool waters of the Pacific Ocean. Volcano National Park is a fascinating day trip- but the dramatic lava spills can only be viewed by air, as they are blocked off to foot and land vehicle traffic."
- Safari Helicopters
Horseback Riding
Hiking and Biking
Kayaking
Whale Watching
"Arriving as early as September and staying until spring, Hawaii's favorite visitors – and official state mammal – are the humpback whales. As many as 5,000 humpbacks make the annual 3,000-mile migration from their Alaskan feeding grounds to warmer Hawaiian waters – a favorite place to breed and bear their young."
- Hawaii Activities
Waterfall Tours
ATV Touring

For Rental Information:

Bruce and Donna Cowsert

bruce @ adage.cc

(408) 354 - 2040

The beauty of Hawaii awaits you at our clean and bright Hawaii condo. Hope you can make it!