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The Quiet Fishing Town In Hawaii That Seems Frozen In Time

Located in the Ka’u region of Hawaii Island, just 33 miles south of Kailua-Kona, is a little-known town known as the “last Hawaiian fishing village,” according to a small wooden sign that sits near their community center. This is Miloli’i, and it is a stunning piece of Old Hawaii tucked away off the main road, away from luxury resorts, and tourism of any kind.

Have you ever visited this tiny Hawaiian fishing village? Don’t forget to visit Kailua-Kona while you’re in the area, and be sure to add these 7 charming towns to your Hawaiian bucket list!

Megan Shute
Megan is a freelance journalist residing near Honolulu, Hawaii. Since moving to Hawaii from the mainland two years ago, she has become obsessed with hiking, beach trips, and Kona coffee.