Featured Gay Friendly Accommodations: Living Kohala Coast, Kamuela, Big Island, Hawaii

Author: , September 6th, 2015

Living Kohala Coast

Periodically we’ll feature one of our properties here to let our readers know about some great gay friendly places to stay.

Meet John and Ric. Then come and share the adventure of “Living Kohala Coast!” John and Ric offer bed ‘n breakfast accommodations for gay men, who seek vacation in an atmosphere of quiet, peaceful retreat. We welcome single men and/or couples into our spacious, four-bedroom home.All guests have full access to public areas of our home: upstairs and downstairs living rooms; kitchen access; upstairs and downstairs lanais with 1700 square feet of outdoor area under roof; free wi-fi internet access; cable television; and hot tub.

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Gay Friendly Bed and Breakfasts, Hotels, and Vacation Rentals on the Kohala Coast

Gay Travel: My Vacation in Maui, Lanai and Molokai

Author: , January 9th, 2012

Maui, Hawaii Gay TravelArguably the most glamorous of Hawaii’s islands, Maui is home to some of the state’s swankiest resorts and acclaimed restaurants. It’s a favorite with visitors in search of lazy beach naps, leisurely laps in the pool and soothing spa treatments. But don’t let the island’s cushy reputation fool you into thinking it lacks history, culture, and an impressive variety of rugged outdoor adventures. Maui vacations can be as unhurried or as thrilling as you choose.

Home to the largest gay and lesbian resort in Hawaii (the Maui Sunseeker) as well as dozens of welcoming B&Bs, inns, condos and full-service resorts, Maui is often the first island visitors experience after Oahu. Although lacking Honolulu’s nightlife, this easy-going, moderately developed island is well suited to couples, families and groups of friends.

Plenty of visitors stay at one resort and visit Maui for five to seven days. But if you’re hoping to get to know the island’s diverse elements, split your time among two or three areas, and spend at least 10 days, perhaps tacking on a day or two on the quiet, underrated, and remarkable neighbor islands of Lanai and Molokai.

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