End Of The World In Keauhou

Dated: 07/28/2017

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Has sitting on a sandy beach gotten old to you? Have you been looking for something exciting to do in Kona? The cliffs at End of the World might just have you're looking for. Cliff jumping is a fun and exciting while still giving you your ocean fix and there's nowhere better to experience it in Kona than End of the world. The cliffs range from 15-25 feet in height, high enough to be fun but low enough to be safe and accessible to many. If cliff jumping isn't for you then the view and seclusion are some of the other perks of a day trip down to End of the World. Right off the bypass at the end of Alii Dr, End of the World is easy to find, and a 5-minute hike is all that is between you and the cliffs from there. Please note that those who are physically unfit should not attempt to jump off the cliffs, as it can be difficult at times to climb back up after jumping. Also always keep in mind that if it is stormy or the waves appear to be higher than normal, then no one should jump off the cliffs, no matter how strong of a swimmer they may be. Remeber these two things, and enjoy your thrill seeking!

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Delania Branham - R(S)

How lucky I am to wake up everyday in my home in Hawaii! If you had asked me nine years ago if I would ever move to Hawaii the answer would be a resounding "No" and yet here I am. My motto is "Never....

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