• Learn about Kamehameha the Great 
  • Visit the Living History Coffee Farm
  •  Snorkel near the spot that Captain Cook arrived on the Islands
  • Visit a Heiau and St. Benedicts Painted Church
  •  Visit the City of Refuge and hear stories that are not on the National Park Pamphlets.
  • We provide snorkeling gear & towels.
  • Lunch included


Approximately 7 hours


$200.00 per person
$180.00 per child

Pick up

Pick up from Kailua-Kona port, airport or surrounding hotels from 8 am to 11 am.

Tour Features

Visiting Kona can be a fascinating step back in time. Learn about the ancient Hawaiian land divisions Ahupa’a and how that they worked together to feed the people in Hawaii. Kona is a gateway to the historical and anthropological understanding of the Hawaiian culture. Learn about Aloha at the Living History Coffee Farm. This farm is run by a non-profit to enrich the culture and allows visitors to see what immigrants did to create one of Hawaii’s most robust agricultural infrastructure. Kona coffee is known worldwide for its distinct taste. Learn how it was grown, picked, and even roasted at this unique farm. This tour also takes you to a real human sacrifice heiau. Enjoy the beautiful blue waters of the area and snorkel in the beautiful bay. Learn the real story of Captain Cook. Visit the City of Refuge and let us escort you through this unique paradise. Hear real stories and insight, not on the pamphlets at the park. 

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City of Refuge

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