Places to Eat
- Brown’s Beach House
The finest local ingredients are served at this upscale dining establishment. Guests can expect impeccable service and fresh surf and turf meal options.
A hip restaurant with Japanese influence, this cuisine ranges from classic tuna dishes to plates of sizzling kimchi, pork and teriyaki chicken.
- Under the Bodhi Tree
A vegetarian’s delight, this restaurant uses local produce to cook up food vegetarian and vegan friendly.
- Kalahuipuaʻa Historic Trail
This low endurance 1.5 mile round trip trail takes you through a 16th century Hawaiian settlement, past lava tubes, fishponds, and the beach.
- Holoholokai Beach Park
A notoriously uncrowded beach, this park is stark of sand and full of coral and lava rocks. Fully facilitated with restrooms, showers, and grills, this beach isn’t great for swimming, but a unique place to enjoy a picnic.
- Puako Petroglyph Preserve
Petroglyphs, otherwise known as rock carvings, are abundant in this area. It’s a hike to get there, crossing over rocks under a heavy sun, but the 3,000+ images are worth the visit.
- Kona Cozy Comedy and Tiki Club
An “aduls only” show, this comedic magician show is an island original.
- Hawaii Loa Luau
Music and dance with a Polynesian twist, this luau is sure to be memorable. Enjoy a buffet and an open bar, and storytelling that focuses on the Polynesian exploration and settlement on the Hawaiian islands.
- Luana Lounge
A place to unwind after a long day. Enjoy a specialty cocktail and watch the sunset as love music plays.