Mauna Kea Tea
Volcano Island Honey Company
In the mid 1970s, Richard Spiegel began working with bees to capture the sweet nectar of kiawe flowers. Today he runs a thriving...
Long Ears Coffee
Prime Hawaiian coffee isn't exclusive to Kona nowadays. Try the 'aged' Hamakua coffee at this family business and judge for yourself....
Katsu Goto Memorial
Beside the library on Mamane St, Honokaʻa is a memorial to Katsu Goto, a Japanese cane-field worker who was hanged in 1889 for his...
Honokaʻa People's Theatre
In a historic building dating from 1930, this theater shows movies and hosts special events.
Honokaʻa Farmers Market
Fresh produce, directly from the farmers. Located in front of Honokaʻa Trading Company.
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Lonely Planet review
If you're into tea, organic farming and philosophical inquiry, arrange a tour at this small-scale, family-run plantation. Its green and oolong teas are intended to represent the inherent 'flavor' of the land, not artificial fertilizers. Check out the website for philosophical insights into tea cultivation and, really, life itself. Internship and volunteer opportunities are available here.