And we conclude the Big Island Hawaii #Photowalk series with our edition from the most visited part of the island, Kona.

You'll recall that we began on the lush, east side of the island, in Hilo, and then continued around the island to the Hawaii Volcano National Park, best known for its lava sighting trails.

Kona is the drier, more consistently warm and sunny side, with big resorts, timeshares and endless offers for paid things to do.

My motto is, "The best things in life are free," so I pulled out three free highlights for you in the video, including a visit to a Kona coffee farm, the "City of Refuge" and a secluded, amazing beach, Hapuna State Beach.

If you missed them, the other parts of the series:

Let me know your thoughts. What's your favorite part of the Big Island? I'd love to hear from you.

Now, back to work on the Big Sur edit!

Gallery: https://www.jeffersongraham.net/Jefferson-Graham-Portfolio/Travel-Photography/Hawaii-Photowalk/Kona/

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