Puʻuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park
A 2-mile round-trip oceanfront hike leads to the abandoned village of Kiʻilae, where there's very little left to see. The visitor center...
Immediately north of Puʻuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, concealed within a (usually) placid bay, are a series of...
A deep dive site with pelagic action.
Kona Coffeehouse & Cafe
On the mauka side of Hwy 11, at the turnoff to Place of Refuge, this coffee shop is serious about 100% Kona brews, espresso and...
South Kona Fruit Stand
Baskets overflow with everything from tart apple bananas to filling breadfruit, creamy abiu (sapote) and purple jaboticaba berries....
off Hwy 160 · interesting places nearby
Puʻuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park information
This awesome park is an ancient place of refuge – or puʻuhonua, a sanctuary where kapu (taboo)-breakers could have their lives spared.