Amy BH Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden
Kona Coffee Living History Farm
Check out the Kona Coffee Living History Farm , which recreates rural Japanese-immigrant life in the early 20th century.
Adventures in Paradise
Good customer service and gear including prescription masks.
Kings' Trail Rides
Kings' leads horseback trips to the coastline just north of Kealakekua Bay. Trips include lunch and snorkeling if waters are calm. It's...
Mi's Italian Bistro
This intimate eatery run by husband-and-wife team Morgan Starr and Ingrid Chan features homemade pasta, organic veggies and a laid-back,...
Amy BH Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden information
Lonely Planet review
The Big Island's only ethnobotanical garden, this fascinating 15-acre living museum is arranged as an ahupuaʻa (land division), beginning upland and narrowing toward the coast, displaying the flora of Hawaiʻi before Western contact. Walk yourself through landscaped paths thick with endemic, indigenous and introduced plants or go even deeper on a guided tour ($5, free on the second Saturday of the month).