Fairway Villas Waikoloa by Outrigger
Experience Hawaii Island
Feast & Fire Luau
Dine under the stars and immerse in the cultures of the islands a Kona's newest luau show from the award-winning cast of Traditions Hawaii.
Black Sand Beach
Skip the white sandy beaches and visit a Punaluu Beach with sand formed from the black lava of Hawaii Island's volcanoes. If you're lucky you may spot a native Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle resting on shore, but be sure to keep your distance as they are a protected species.
Hawaii’s Kona coffee is grown in only two places in the world—on the fertile and cool volcanic slopes of Mauna Loa and Hualalai. See what makes Kona coffee among the best in the world with a tour of a Kona coffee farm.
Two Ladies Kitchen
This popular spot in Hilo is famous for its handmade strawberry mochi — a delicious sweet treat that features a pillow-like texture that is airy and light.
Located on the north Kona coast, Makalawena Beach is known for its stunning white-sand beach though you may want a four-wheel drive vehicle for the trek as the beach is not accessible by road.