Located in the front of the Kona Inn Shopping Village , this gallery is easy to spot from the street. An austere woman ... More
Pacific Fine Art Gallery
Located in the front of the Kona Inn Shopping Village , this gallery is easy to spot from the street. An austere woman presides over the premises, making sure that no wandering shoppers treat the gallery with undue levity. Dozens of local and international artists are on display. While most of the works are oil or watercolor paintings, some prints and three-dimensional art works are also for sale.
Built by King Kamehameha I, in devotion of Lono the god of fertility, Ahuena Heiau now stands on this Big
Island as a symbol of ancient Hawaiian religious traditions. Exuding an aura of mystique and timelessness, it consists of ...
Motor powered rafts are an exciting, fast paced way to cruise Hawaiian waters. Sail along the Kona coast, stopping to
visit sea caves, lava tubes, Place of Refuge and the Captain Cook Monument. Tours are kept small, with a ...
Erected in 1820, Mokuaikaua Church was the first Christian church to be established in the Hawaiian Islands. Originally it was
a simple thatched building, intended only as an interim place to hold services. The proud building that now stands ...