Friday, June 29, 2012
Weighing up to 300 pounds with a life expectancy of 80 years, the honu frequents shallow waters and coral reefs where it feeds on algae. Like a telescope on a submarine, the honu will often pop its head out of the water as it floats around, making magical appearances for visitors on the beach to enjoy. Honu are also known to crawl out of the water and sleep on the sand, sometimes blending with the rocks along the shore.
Our Holualoa Inn ohana can steer you in the right direction for snorkel adventures and turtle-sighting safaris in Kona. When you stay at our Kona boutique hotel bed and breakfast inn, you will be just a few short minutes from some of the best turtle-viewing beaches in the area.
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