Ali’i Drive: Learn about Hawaii's folklore as you travel along Ali’i Drive that traverses through the quaint village of Kailua-Kona.
Keauhou Bay: Continue your island journey south along the slopes of Mount Hualalai and catch a view of Keauhou Bay, the birthplace of Kamehameha III.
Kona Coffee Factory: Get a peek behind the scenes as we give you a tour of our Coffee Center in Kona, and show you the mill where we process the coffee cherry that goes into your favorite 100% Kona coffees and Kona blends! Join a farm tour, and sample world renown gourmet Kona coffee.
Pu’uhonua O Honaunau: The Place of Refuge or Pu’uhonua O Honaunau is a highlight for many guests visiting the island and learning about Hawaiian history. Here, guests will be able to walk on royal and sacred grounds that are part of a U.S. National Historical Park and take pictures of Hawaiian temples, Ki’i (tiki statues) and learn about their purpose, history and present-day use.
St. Benedict’s “Painted” Church: Perched on a hill, overlooking the historic panorama of Kealakekua Bay and the Pu’uhonua o Honaunau National Park known as “A Place of Refuge,” you can experience Saint Benedict Church, better known as The Painted Church.
What to Bring: Wear comfortable shoes.