- TripBuzz found 51 things to do with kids in or near Honokaa, Hawaii, including 41 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Waimea, Kawaihae, Waikoloa and Kapaau.
- From Waipi'o On Horseback to Waipio on Horseback Ranch, the Honokaa area offers 59 different types of family activities, including: Horseback Riding, Off Road & ATV, Theaters and Waterfalls.
- Primarily a sugar plantation in the 1800's, the city of Honokaa, located in Hawaii County, is now a thriving agricultural community. The city grows coffee, papaya, macadamia nuts, pineapples and tea. Visitors enjoy the historic downtown district, as well as the annual Hamakua Music Festival, honoring jazz, classic and Hawaiian folk music, held every fall.
Located in Kealakekua on Hawaii's Big Island, King's Trail Rides specializes in equestrian tourism. Clients enjoy expertly-guided horseback tours of the Big Island's most stunning places. All trail horses are gentle, seasoned and safe for inexperienced riders.
Adventures in Paradise offers its services to all those wishing to visit Kealakekua Bay and Captain Cook's Monument. This is the only snorkeling business with a permit for visiting the Captain Cook Monument.
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81-6363 Mamalahoa Highway, Kealakekua, HI 96750 MoreLess Info
Kayak Central at Pineapple Park is a business that offers guests the opportunity to explore the island by kayak. In addition to kayak rentals, visitors can also rent snorkeling gear, boogie boards, and wet suits.
The Captain Cook Monument is a white stone memorial erected in the memory of Captain James Cook and marks the site where he was supposedly killed but not buried. The monument is accessible through a kayak or a downward hike and the surrounding waters are good for snorkeling.
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82-6188 Mamalahoa Hwy, Captain Cook, HI 96704 MoreLess Info
Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden is home to multiple species of endemic, indigenous, and Polynesian-introduced plants which flourished before the arrival of Captain Cook. The garden also maintains a varied landscape which comprises of coastal and argicultural lands as well as dry and upland forests.
The only establishment of this kind in America, Kona Coffee Living History Farm was founded in the 1920's. The visitors can walk through the coffee orchards, and can sample the beans themselves. A living history program and artifacts complete the tour.