Big Island Eco Adventures
In 1855 Protestant missionaries Elias and Ellen Bond built this church on their vast estate (obviously, missionary life wasn't one of...
Kamehameha the Great Statue
The statue on the front lawn of the North Kohala Civic Center has a famous twin in Honolulu, standing across from Iolani Palace. The...
According to legend, Kamehameha carried this rock uphill from the beach to demonstrate his prodigious strength. Much later, when a road...
Fill up on burgers, sandwiches and plate lunches including mahimahi, Korean chicken and the house specialty, roast pork.
53-496 'Iole Rd · interesting places nearby
Big Island Eco Adventures information
The forest wilderness near Pololu Valley is a perfect setting for zipping, which you do eight times on this excellent tour, which also includes hiking trails, two suspension bridges and waterfall views. Meet at Luke's Place and ride a 6WD vehicle to the course. Choose from seven daily departures between 8am and 2pm; maximum 10 guests.