- Our list of the best things to do in Keaau, Hawaii, features the top 88 nearby activities — including 46 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Keaau, HI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Tours, Museums & Galleries, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 2 things to do within the city of Keaau, HI , followed by 85 popular activities in nearby cities, including Hilo, Pahoa, Volcano, Hakalau, Honomu, Papaikou, Volcanoes, Wailea, Kailua-Kona, Kalapana, Kurtistown and Mountain View
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97% 74 votes
Laupahoehoe Point exit off Hwy. 19, Laupahoehoe, HI MoreLess Info
Named for Laupahoehoe, where it is located, Laupahoehoe Beach Park is a coastal area popular with hikers and picnickers. It offers terrific views of the water, especially its many tide pools.
95% 2442 votes
Kailua-Kona, HI MoreLess Info
With a height of 13,796 feet, the Mauna Kea Summit offers a scenic view of the surroundings. In here is also found the largest observatory for optical, infrared, and submilimeter astronomy center.
94% 180 votes
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Mauna Kea is a Hawaiian island that provides visitors with the chance to go both hiking and skiing. The location is known to have clear skies suitable for guests interested in astronomy.
90% 263 votes
2007 Paauilo Mauka Road, Paauilo, HI 96776 MoreLess Info
Hawaii is an important producer of vanilla beans and vanilla extract. Visitors to the Hawaiian Vanilla Company in Paauilo enjoy a guided tour and multi-course vanilla tasting. There is also a large gift shop on the premesis. .
88% 808 votes
Volcanoes National Nark, Volcano, HI MoreLess Info
A remnant of an ancient volcanic eruption, the Pua Po o Lava Tube is a must-see for volcano enthusiasts. Visitors are permitted to hike there alone, but ranger-guided tours offer additional insight into the origin and importance of the lava tube.
98% 96 votes
96-2694 Wood Valley Rd, Pahala, HI 96777 MoreLess Info
The gorgeous Ka'u Coffee Mill is an important Hawaiin destination for coffee lovers. The Mill grows many of its own beans and also work with those harvested at its regional affiliates. The visitor center doubles as an art gallery.
94% 442 votes
45-690 Pakalana St Hwy 19, Honokaa, HI MoreLess Info
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.
92% 13 votes
Kalopa Road, Honokaa, HI 96727 MoreLess Info
An inland park, the Kalopa State Recreation Area is located in a well-forested area. The park offers picnic areas, a lodge, a camping area and hiking trails on its 100 acre preserve.
96% 76 votes
End of Hwy 137, Kaimu, HI MoreLess Info
A weekly farmer's market and outdoor party, Uncle Robert's Awa Bar & Farmers Market makes every Wednesday evening unforgettable. Enjoy frosty drinks, savory snacks and plenty to see, do and buy.
97% 90 votes
La Perouse Bay
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A rugged and peaceful spot, La Perouse Bay provides opportunities for swimming, diving and snorkeling. There are also hiking trails covered in rough lava, lots of fish and turtles, and abundance of coastal plants.