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Kaimu-Bay is a remote area in the Puna region on the eastern side of The Big Island. Located approximately 35 miles south of the city of Kilo, Kaimu Bay is much more "old Hawaii" than many of the tourist areas on the island. The Puna District was formed from millions of years of lava flowing from Mauna Loa and Kilauea and is sometimes called "the land that flames and blooms." You'll find this to be a peaceful area of quiet beauty with its' black sand beaches and lush tropical landscape. Kaimu is also a land of contrasts. Farms that produce mango, papaya, banana, pineapple, orchids and anthuriums surround the black lava and black sand beaches. Things to see in the area include Lava Tree State Park, the buried village of Kapoho and the Kumakahi Lighthouse. From Kaimu Bay, at night, you can sometimes actually see lava descend the mountain. This area has lots of parks, vacation homes and rentals and restaurants. If you're looking for privacy and a taste of the "old" Hawaii, away from the tourist crowds, a stay in Kaimu Bay is an excellent choice.

Surrounding areas: Kehena, Hawaii (3.2 mi), Pahoa, Hawaii (9.4 mi), Kapoho, Hawaii (12.6 mi), Mountain View, Hawaii (15.9 mi), Keaau, Hawaii (18.2 mi), Volcano, Hawaii (18.2 mi), Hilo, Hawaii (24.6 mi)

Kaimu Bay Vacation Rentals




Kaimu Bay Hotels and Resorts

 
Hotels & Motels
Kilauea Volcano KabinsVolcano, HI17.9 mi.(808) 967-7773
Hilo Hawaiian Hotel71 Banyan DrHilo, HI26.0 mi.(808) 935-9361
Volcano HouseHawaii Volcanos National ParkHilo, HI26.3 mi.(808) 967-7321
 
Bed & Breakfast
Pearl's Shell Bed & Breakfast13-3432 Kupono StPahoa, HI8.1 mi.(808) 965-7015
Shipman House Bed & Breakfast131 Kaiulani StHilo, HI26.3 mi.(808) 934-8002

Kaimu Bay Weather & Climate

The southeastern portion of The Big Island has two seasons - winter and summer, but conditions are pretty similar year-round. Winter is slightly cooler and wetter, but Hawaii does not have the extremes of cold winters or summer heat waves. The east side of all of the Hawaiian Islands is wetter due to exposure to the prevailing northeast tradewinds, which bring rain to the eastern shores. Individual islands do have slight variations, however. The official rainy season starts in November, but showers tend to happen late in the evening and don't interfere with outdoor plans. Visitors will find more variation in temperature due to altitude rather than season. Evenings are generally cool and mild year round on The Big Island.

     Month       High Temp   Low Temp   Rainfall   Ocean Temp 
January 67°F 49°F 11.97 in. 72°F
February 67°F 49°F 11.37 in. 72°F
March 67°F 50°F 15.67 in. 71°F
April 67°F 51°F 12.98 in. 72°F
May 69°F 52°F 9.13 in. 72°F
June 70°F 54°F 7.94 in. 74°F
July 71°F 55°F 12.13 in. 74°F
August 73°F 55°F 9.64 in. 75°F
September 72°F 55°F 10.43 in. 75°F
October 72°F 55°F 11.47 in. 75°F
November 69°F 53°F 16.93 in. 74°F
December 67°F 51°F 12.25 in. 73°F

Kaimu Bay Map & Transportation

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The closest airports in the area are the Hilo International airport (ITO) located about 25 miles north of Kaimu Bay in Hilo, Hawaii, the Waimea Kohala airport (MUE) located approximately 63 miles northwest of Kaimu Bay in Kamuela, Hawaii, and finally the Kona International At Keahole airport (KOA) located roughly 74 miles northwest of Kaimu Bay in Kailua / Kona, Hawaii.

Kaimu Bay Attractions

 
State Parks
Wailoa River State ParkHI25.5 mi. 
ĎAkaka Falls State ParkHI35.4 mi. 


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