E Komo Mai (Welcome) To Kona Boys, Kona’s original, award winning kayak shop, serving the Big Island and specializing in Kealakekua Bay since 1996.

Mahalo (thank you), for visiting the Kona Boys website.

We are a small, laid back, island style surf, kayak, and dive shop located on the Big Island’s Kona Coast above Kealakekua Bay. Our ohana (family) consists of lifelong watermen and women who share a passion and respect for the ocean and all that lives within.

We are here to help locals and visitors alike enjoy Hawaii’s waters while caring for its delicate balance. So, whether your looking to paddle and snorkel Kealakekua Bay, surf our various reef breaks, or submerge yourself in our aquatic wonderland, Kona Boys has the gear, information, guides, and aloha to help.


Kona Boys has 2 locations on the Big Island of Hawaii. One is on the beach in Kailua-Kona in front of King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel. The other is in Kealakekua, on the way to Captain Cook’s monument and Kealakekua … Check it out >


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Kona Boys is proud to have some of the islands best on our team! Kona Boys loves to sponsor local wave-riders and ocean-goers on a competitive level. Bodyboarding Willy Petrovic Willy has been on the Kona Boys team practically since … Check it out >

Big Island Links

Big Isle Links We are fortunate to live and work in a community filled with wonderful people, and on the Big Island with each person you meet the island gets a little smaller. We have put together a list of … Check it out >

Customer Reviews

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Laaloa Beach Bay

La’aloa Bay Beach

La'aloa means "very sacred" in Hawaiian. Often called "White Sands," "Magic Sands," or "Disappearing Sands," this small, fun beach on the main drag in Kona is one of our favorites. So-named for the fact that... More >