Kailua Candy Company
One of the island's top outfitters for adventure kayaking, these folks can point you to good put-ins and snorkeling spots, customize...
Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park
Though it may appear to be desolate lava rock this national park is worth exploring. It covers 1160 acres of oceanfront and includes...
Just minutes from the bustle of Kailua-Kona is this beautiful hook-shaped beach with a mix of black lava, white coral and wave-tossed...
Harbor House Restaurant
After fishing, the place to spin your tale is at a wharfside table here. Order a happy hour schooner (18oz beer for $2.50; 4pm to 6pm...
Lonely Planet review
A detour to this chocolate factory and shop is mandatory for every sweet tooth. Try the ʻaʻa lava (chocolate bark with coconut and macnuts), Kona coffee swirls, lilikoʻi truffles or dark chocolate-covered crystallized ginger. The cheesecake is dynamite. They give good samples and ship worldwide. Turn mauka on Hina Lani St off Queen Ka'ahumanu Hwy 19 and right on Kamanu St.