Areca Palms Estate Bed and Breakfast
81-1031 Keopuka Mauka, P.O. Box 489, Captain Cook, HI, USAhttp://www.konabedandbreakfast.com1-808-323-2276Areca Palms Estate Bed and Breakfast is a dream home set on a breezy hillside amidst luxuriant tropical gardens. A beautifully appointed country inn attending to the weary travelers every comfort Where traditional bed and breakfast pampering is an everyday way of life.
Mis' Italian Bistro
81-6372 Mamalahoa Hwy Suite 103 Kealakekua, Hawaii 96750http://www.misitalianbistro.com808-323-3880At Mi’s, we are committed to creating the best restaurant on the Big Island for residents and guests alike. We accomplish this with excellent food, smart and attentive service and a commitment to sustainable Hawaii.
Keei Cafe Restaurant
79-7511 Mamalahoa Highway, HonanoN/A808-322-9992Excellent eatery. Fresh Fish, local flavors and a great wait staff.
Trail To Kealakekua Bay
Napoopoo RoadN/A808-323-2276If you like to Hike you can hoof it down to the Captain Cook Monument via this trail. The trailhead isvery close to Areca Palms Estate and you can walk to the trailhead from here. The trasil is about 1.5 miles with an elevation change of 1400 feet. Bring lots of water!
Amy Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden
82-6160 Mamalahoa Hwy Captain Cook, Hawaii 96750808-323-3318Gardens run by Bishop Estates depicting how the ancient Hawaiians used the land for sustenance, clothing, shelter and more.
Manini Beach Park
Napoopoo Road, Captain Cook, Hawaii 96750N/AN/AThis is a favorite beach for the locals. Located in Napoopoo Village thisbeach offers snorkeling, swimming, picnic tables and a great place to watch the sunset.
Kona Historical Society Greenwell Store
Mamalaoha Highway, Kealakekua, Hawaii 96750N/A808-323-3222.Pioneer store that is the home of the Kona Historical Society. The store has been refurbished and stocked to depict the era at the turn of the last century. Role playing in period shopping.
Historical Kona Coffee Living History Farm
808-323-2006Life on a Kona coffee farm as it was in the 1930's. Operated by the Kona Historical Society this tour gives guests a glimpse of what life in Kona was like many years ago.
Kealakekua Bay Kayak Launch Point
Napoopoo VillageN/AN/AThis is the launch point for self guided tours to the Captain Cook Monument. The waters in front of the monument is the best snorkeling in Hawaii. Paddle yourself or take an excursion.
Puuhonua o Honaunau National Park
Road 160, Honaunau, Hawaiiwww.nps.gov/puhoN/AAmazing place to visit. Culturally rich and very beautiful. Picnic Grounds, Hike the 1871 trail and more
Kona Farmers Co-op
Napoopoo RoadN/A808-323-2276This garden is sponsored by the Kona Farmers Co-operative. The garden has a variety of the different fruit trees that grow in Kona. Admission is free.