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The place was more than expected. It was well furnished, clean, great view of ocean, I mean, you could NOT be any closer to the water. The wrap around deck made it one of the most desirable places that I would ever want to ever...More
My family of 5 enjoyed our 12 day stay at Banyon Tree #204. Before we even got there, Candace, the owner was very easy to deal with and answered all our questions in addition to sending great information on things to do and see in...More
We stayed in the center of the building, facing the ocean, and the only reason we left was to see the island attractions. Otherwise, I could have remained on the veranda, watching the view for the entire week. The condo is stylish, yet unobtrusive. The...More
We stayed here for 3 days and were amazed by how beautiful and well organized the condo was as well as the view from the lanai. It was our first stop on Hawaii and couldn't get any better. We really wished we were staying longer...More
We just finished a wonderful 2 week stay in this unit. The location is excellent. It's close to town yet easy to head out to a main road and go explore. You can walk to town or the beach. This unit is very nicely furnished...More
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My parents are traveling to the Banyan Tree on Dec 18th, and my dad is freaking out a little about the Dengue Fever outbreak. Did you have any problems with mosquitos at the property and while you were sightseeing? My dad is thinking of canceling his trip and rebooking for next xmas.
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Response from konasunsets | Property representative |
Most of the cases have been in South Kona (Banyan Tree is in North Kona). Bring light weight, light colored, long sleeve shirt(s) and pant(s) and bug spray. There is more information on line on the Hawaii.gov website. Or by... More
Most of the cases have been in South Kona (Banyan Tree is in North Kona). Bring light weight, light colored, long sleeve shirt(s) and pant(s) and bug spray. There is more information on line on the Hawaii.gov website. Or by searching Dengue Fever Hawaii.
There are fewer mosquitoes at the beach. There is no standing water at Banyan Tree to breed mosquitoes. We are proactive in keeping vegetation trimmed and debris picked up to reduce any mosquito breeding areas. Also, keep fans running and stay indoors during dusk and dawn or wear appropriate clothing and bug spray.