- The list below includes 76 free or cheap things to do in or near Holualoa, Hawaii, including 48 different types of inexpensive activities like Factory Tours, Art Gallery, Farms & Ranches and Arts Centers.
- From Mamalahoa Kona Heritage Corridor to Hula Daddy Kona Coffee, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Holualoa and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kailua-Kona, Kealakekua, Waikoloa and Captain Cook.
Nestled in beautiful Holualoa, Hawaii, Hula Daddy Kona Coffee is a major coffee producer and grower. Visitors are welcome from 10 AM to 4 PM every day that the plant is open. Complimentary tours are offered as guests arrive. Reservations are not necessary, but large groups should call in advance.
Established by Yoshisuke Sasaki, a Japanese immigrant, in 1918, Keauhou Store today functions as a local store selling a variety of items ranging from fresh fruits, vegetables to t-shirts with vintage designs and postcards, as well as a museum.
Mauka Meadows is a Kona coffee plantation located in the Kona Coffee Belt along the slope of Mount Hualalai. The farm also houses multiple exotic native Hawaiian plants and trees which can be explored through self-guided tours of the place.
Built at the site of the old Holualoa post office, the Holualoa Gallery features local instruments on display from artists on the island. Workshops on how to build your own ukulele are offered, as well as views of classic pottery.
Overlooking the Kona coast on the scenic Mamalahoa highway, the Kona Le'a Plantation allows visitors to view all aspects of their organic coffee plantation operation with a self-guided walking tour. See the Roastery and enjoy free coffee tastings.
The Ueshima Coffee Company is a coffee brewing estate that produces 100% Kona coffee for sale to the public. The estate offers tours of the estate to give visitors an inside look into the coffee producing process.
Cliff Johns Gallery is an art gallery that features artwork by wood sculptors, furniture makers, craft makers, photographers, and painters. A number of the pieces of art can be seen being made on the front porch of the building.
At Kona Coffee Roasting-Day Tour, visitors can learn about the roasting process and see where the beans comes from. The farm has 60 acres of land dedicated to growing coffee beans, macadamia nuts, lychee, and avocados.