Kona is the beloved sunny side of the Big Island; away from the hustle & bustle of town there is a part of South Kona particularly cherished by locals. This beloved area encompasses the protected agricultural land that sweeps down Napo'opo'o Road through the green foot hills of Mauna Loa to the stunning Kealakekua Bay Historical Reserve, along the undeveloped coastline. Here lies beautiful land and the perfect South Kona microclimate, with abundant sun and gentle Kona breezes, and the state’s most pristine snorkeling water. Lovely Manini and Ke’ei beaches, Two Step, the Captain Cook monument, Pu’uhonua O' Honaunau and the Honaunau Bay are all close by.
Vegan & Vegetarian Breakfast coming soon!
Big Island has some of the most scenic hikes in the world. Reconnect with nature!