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Island Experiences

Top 50 Things to Do on Hawaii, the Big Island

Did you know? You may soon be exploring TripAdvisor No. 1 "U.S. Destination on the Rise," Kailua-Kona, and Special OffersFrommer's "Top 15 Destinations for 2014," Hawaii Island. You'll be among great company!

This is our list of just some of the many things to do, see, eat, and explore during your visit to Hawaii Island. Take this virtual Circle Island Tour which begins right here in Keauhou! And when staying with us, visit the Vacation Service Coordinators in The Flying Fish for assistance with booking any of these recommendations and more.

  • South Kona towards Kealakekua Bay

  • 14) Stroll Holualoa Village - Art galleries and quaint shops
  • 15) Puuhonua O Honaunau National Park - also known as the City of Refuge; hike the Kings Trail, Snorkel at "Two Steps"
  • 16) Greenwell Coffee Farm Tour - Historical store/museum, one of the oldest and largest farms in the Kona district
  • 17) The Coffee Shack Restaurant - Kona Coffee, homemade pies, pastries and coastal views from the lanai
  • 18) Teshima's Restaurant - a "Kona Mauka" landmark; home style Japanese food
  • 19) Ke'ei Café - In Kealakekua, lots of organic, local foods with Brazilian flair
  • 20) Manago Restaurant - Another "Kona Mauka" landmark, known especially for their pork chops
  • Through Hilo and along the Hamakua Coast towards Waimea

  • 31) Akaka Falls - Two waterfalls, easy hike on paved path; entry is $5 per car
  • 32) World Botanical Gardens & Waterfalls - gardens, Segway, zipline, guided horticultural tours; fee
  • 33) Earl's Sushi- Paauilo Town; get there early ‘cause they always sell out
  • 34) Tex Drive Inn - In Honokaa, famous Malasadas (Portuguese donuts)
  • 35) Waipio Valley or Ride the Waipio Valley Rim - "The Valley of the Kings," important in Hawaiian history and place of dramatic tropical beauty. Note – rental cars not allowed/4WD access only into valley.

There are many, many other things to do and see; many, many wonderful places to eat and enjoy island views. We encourage you to explore (online) and explore (on island). The more you do, the more you experience, the more you’ll understand what makes Hawaii, the Big Island, so special.

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