Kona Historical Society
This worthwhile and informative walking tour covers historical sites in downtown Kailua-Kona, and includes a booklet with over 40...
Big Island Yoga Center
Strike a pose alongside limber locals in the airy, wooden studios of this yoga center. The center's experienced staff has offered...
Kona Coffee Living History Farm
If historical tours led by costumed docents are your thing. Run by the same folks at HN Greenwell Store Museum.
Orchid Isle Café
Hang out on the lanai, surf the internet (per hour $10) and refuel with coffee and quiche at this relaxed coffeehouse.
Lonely Planet review
If everything you know about coffee you learnt at Starbucks, head to this 150-acre family farm established in 1850. Run by fourth-generation Greenwells, this is one of Kona's oldest and best-known coffee plantations, roasting coffee cherry from over 200 local growers. Take a free tour and sample coffee and fruit at a shady picnic table. You can also purchase Kona Red , an intriguing new super food made from cherry pulp. The farm is between the 110- and 111-mile markers.