Keauhou Resort Area attractions

Natural Feature in Keauhou Resort Area

End of the World

Rarely do geographic titles so convincingly live up to their names, but then comes Keauhou’s End of the World. A Mordor-esque lava plain of jagged ʻaʻa rock crinkles to the deep blue coast, and then drops steeply in…
Beach in Keauhou Resort Area

Kahaluʻu Beach Park

Whether young or old, triathlete or couch potato, everyone appreciates the island's most easy-to-access (and admittedly busy) snorkeling spot. Protected by an ancient breakwater (which, according to legend, was buil…
Nature Center in Keauhou Resort Area

Kahaluʻu Bay Education Center

Located by Kahalu‘u Bay beach, Kahalu‘u Bay Education Center (KBEC) is a family-friendly educational center that provides teaching and instruction on both snorkeling and 'reef etiquette' – the proper way to interact…
Farm in Keauhou Resort Area

Original Hawaiian Chocolate Factory

A must for chocolate fans, these one-hour farm tours detail how the only Hawaiian chocolate is grown, harvested, processed and packaged, followed by chocolate sampling and sales. Hours vary; book tours by phone or e…
Archaeological Site in Keauhou Resort Area

Kahuluʻu Manowai

On the former grounds of the Outrigger Keauhou Beach Resort, just south of Kahaluʻu Beach Park, three restored heiau (temples) and ancient Hawaiian petroglyphs are the centerpiece of a planned outdoor education and …
Church in Keauhou Resort Area

St Peter by the Sea

Ever popular for weddings, the much-photographed 'Little Blue Church' practically sits in Kahuluʻu Bay. Made of clapboard and a corrugated-tin roof in the 1880s, the church was moved here from White (Magic) Sands Be…
Harbor in Keauhou Resort Area

Keauhou Bay

Many tour cruises launch from the small pier at this protected bay. While not worth going out of your way for, the small beach, picnic tables and sand volleyball courts bring out locals. Facilities include restrooms…
Gallery in Keauhou Resort Area

Keauhou Kahaluʻu Heritage Center

To learn more about the restoration of Keauhou's heiau (temples), visit this unstaffed cultural center, where small exhibits and videos also describe holua, the ancient Hawaiian sport of lava-rock sledding, at nearb…