- TripBuzz found 14 things to do with kids in or near Naalehu, Hawaii, including 10 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Captain Cook, Kailua-Kona, Honokaa and Kawaihae.
- From South Point (Ka Lae) & Green Sand Beach to Paradise Meadows, the Naalehu area offers 37 different types of family activities, including: Hiking Trails, Beaches, Farms & Ranches and Boat Tours.
- Naalehu, Hawaii is the southernmost city in all of the fifty United States and has a modest population of just under one thousand residents. The town is most famously known for being the sight of the 'southernmost church' and 'southernmost bar', two charming, historical structures surrounded by lush island greenery.
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78-7130 Kaleiopapa Street, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740 MoreLess Info
Founded in 1971, Fair Wind Big Island Ocean Guides takes its clients on 4 types of cruises: the Morning Snorkel Cruise and BBQ, the Afternoon Snack Cruise, the Manta Night Snorkel and Dive, and the Deluxe Morning Snorkel and Dive Cruise. Private luxury charters are also available.
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Kealakehe Parkway & Queen Kaahumanu Highway, Holualoa, HI 96725 MoreLess Info
One of the oldest and most highly regarded whale-watching firms in Hawaii is Captain Dan McSweeney's Whale Watching Adventures. Enjoy getting up close to these majestic sea mammals in Captain Dan's comfortable, environmentally-responsible vessel.
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.
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Dec-34, Kalapana, HI 96778 MoreLess Info
Enjoy Hawaii's most unique tourist activity with Kalapana Lava Refuge-Poke-A-Stick Guided Lava Tours. These excursions bring clients to live lava flows. All tours are guided by experts who know where the live lava is and how to determine if the surrounding ground is safe to walk on.
The pristine, ocean-front sands that you have always dreamed of in Hawaii can be found at White Sands. This large expanse of beach is ideal for the body surfing crowd and for those who want to spread out on a towel and watch the action.
Snorkelers flock to Kahalu'u Beach Park because it has one of the world's largest tame fish populations. Schools of fish congregate around swimmers and waders, offering a unique experience few other Hawaiian beaches provide.
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.