Coffee drinkers will recognize Kona as the source of some of the best beans in the world. Get your blood pumping with a walk along the “Royal Footsteps” waterfront stretch of Alii Drive, or take stargazing to the next level with a nighttime visit to the summit of Mauna Kea. Waterfalls, volcanoes, and soft black sands are just some of the natural features that make Kailua unique. Shimmy your hips at a hula-filled luau, or get an eyeful of native history at the Kamakahonu compound.
Restaurants in Kailua-Kona
5.0 based on 18 reviews
Kona Tasting Tours is the premier Food Tour operator on the Big Island. Our top tour is the Kona Historical Walking Food Tour, on Ali'i Drive in downtown Kona. Every restaurant on the tour is chosen for its delicious food, creative drinks and colorful local history. Kona Tasting Tours is owned and operated by Kona locals who know the incredible history and culinary treats of the Big Island.
5.0 based on 2 reviews
We are a happy Ohana of 20 - 25 vendors who specialize in fresh, local farm products, and handmade, artisanal, gourmet foods. You will also find a small number of original, high quality crafts made from local agricultural materials, or unique items that are food and beverage related. These make great gifts for yourself or someone else! Enjoy golden sunsets and amazing food!
5.0 based on 4 reviews
Kona Nature Tours provides unique and customized experiences for visitors to the Big Island of Hawaii. Our adventure guides will take you to where we go, to see what we see and to live like we live. Experience: History and Culture, SCUBA, Guitars, Designed-to-taste meals, Rappelling, Portage Services, Private Beaches, Private Coves, Overnight Camping, Your Imagination. Kona Hawaii Tours / Tours From Kona / Big Island Tours / Private Tours
5.0 based on 149 reviews
Loved this place. Go get lunch at Broke Da Mouth and then take the two-minute drive to Ola and spend the afternoon here. We tried almost everything on the menu. Our favorites were the vanilla porter, Hawaiian strong ale, and the white pineapple cider. Blake, our bartender, was such a fun friend to make for the day. We just sat around for 3-4 hours, read a bit, and kept having little tasters of this and that. Perfect place for low-key drinks.
4.5 based on 910 reviews
We took a 10:30 tour of the brewery in Kona - shout-out to our tour guide Brian, who was interesting and fun. We took part in a generous tasting of four of their beers. The timing was such that we stayed there for lunch, having pizza and beer as per Brian’s recommendation. I had the Captain Cook’s and my husband had the Margherita. It was great! We sat outside to eat on a beautiful day. Another day in paradise.
4.5 based on 47 reviews
100% made, grown and created on the Big Island of Hawaii. Absolutely NO IMPORTS! We are Hawaii Island's only "GALLERY ON THE GREEN" market, featuring locally grown estate coffee, produce, seasonal fruit, local grinds, nuts, jams and music. Fun and aloha in a beautiful Hawaiian setting with LIVE MUSIC every Wednesday, from 9am to 2pm.
If you’re looking for a fun, free way to spend a weekday morning, you should visit Ho’oulu Farmer’s Market located on the grounds of the Sheraton Keauhou. This quaint little farmer’s market is full of interesting local artcraft, prepared foods and local fresh produce. There’s always free live music, too. You can pick up a breakfast, lunch or just a snack and sit at one of the tables to listen to some really good local musicians. My wife and I love to just walk around and see what’s new. Today we bought dragonfruit/lilikoi jam and CBD-infused local lehua honey. This market is a lot like the Big Island itself: friendly, relaxed, authentic and interesting. It’s a great way to spend a morning. And it’s free!
3 hour tour tasting the best food and cocktails Kona has to offer. Our spirited tours guides will also teach about the all history of the town and island.
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