- The list below includes 46 free or cheap things to do in or near Honokaa, Hawaii, including 50 different types of inexpensive activities like Horseback Riding, Off Road & ATV, Art Gallery and Waterfalls.
- From Waipio Valley Lookout to Hiilawe Falls, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Honokaa and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kapaau, Waimea, Kawaihae and Waikoloa.
Located at the apex of Highway 240, the Waipi'o Valley Lookout offers an unparalleled view of the entire valley and surrounding areas. The lookout is only accessible on foot or with an ATV because the access road is extremely steep.
Equestrian tours are the focus on Waipi'o On Horseback, a tour provider in the Waipi'o Valley. The company also offers guided 2 1/2-hour ATV tours. These cover a larger area than the horseback tours and include stops at several working ranches.
Hiking tour provider Hawaiian Walkways specializes in small-group excursions. All tours include a maximum of ten people and one guide. Hawaiian Walkways provides all necessary hiking gear, including walking sticks, packs, water and trail food.
An adventure tour company, Ride the Rim offers guided ATV (all terrain vehicle) tours of Hawaii's scenic Waipio Valley. Visitors will hear about the culture, history, and legends of the area, and take in breathtaking views.
An art gallery that primarily showcases glass works, Big Island Glass Gallery features the work of husband and wife artists Hugh Jenkins and Stephanie Ross. Visitors are welcome, and a variety of their works are available for purchase.
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48-5416 Kukuihaele Rd., Kukuihaele, HI 96727 MoreLess Info
Family-friendly fun awaits at Kukuihaele's Ride the Rim, an ATV touring company that caters to families with children. Each tour has a small size limit, so advance reservations are strongly encouraged. No prior ATV driving experience is necessary.
Tour the historic Parker Ranch, home of the Parker family cattle empire on the Big Island of Hawaii until 1992. Along with a guided tour of the ranch, visitors may also drive through the ranch operation or take a trail ride.