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Kua Bay

Kua Bay is fairly close and it’s a great beach for kids and the whole Ohana.  When the surf is big, it can have a strong current and powerful shore break so keep an eye out for large winter swells.


Kukio is a lovely bay that is tranquil and relaxing. It’s a beautiful, calm beach that is protected from surf for the little one and a great place for naps. 


Mahaiula at Kekahakai State Beach!  Another great beach that often has Monk Seals resting on the beach.

Hapuna Beach

Hapuna Beach  for a relaxing day on a sandy beach, Hapuna is a great spot as well.

Here is a list of dinning option around Tiny Village


Here is a list of dinning option around Tiny Village


Delicious food grown on the Big Island.  Farm to Table experience

Merriman’s in Waimea

The Fish and the Hog in the cowboy town of Waimea (about 45 min drive north) is great barbecue and fish

the Fish and the Hog

A beautiful place to enjoy drinks while watching the sunset

Four Seasons

For Submarine experience 

Dive experience

Great to get breakfast there first then hit the farmers market circuit. It's about a 35 minute drive south.  We recommend sampling the luau bread.  Everything made on the premises.

The Coffee Shack.

The Pure Kona Green Market looks like it might be good and it's close to the cafe

The closet one is Kona Village Farmers Market.  Lots of great fruits and veggies.  Below is a link for more markets in the area

Farmers Markets

There is a beautiful hiking trail just 2 Min up the road. 

Directions to Jurassic Trail in Kaloko: 2.7 miles up Kaloko Drive.

  • Turn Left on Kaloko Drive at the top of Apela. 

  • Turn left Makahi.

  • Follow to the dead end.  There will be cars parked along the road as an indicator you are in the right spot.

  • Trail starts at the end of the road to the right.

hiking trail

Captain Cook is one of the best snorkeling areas in the island. Book your snorkel cruise today.

Captain Cook snorkel cruise

The Hawaiian people have a beautiful way of expressing their culture in the way they “live aloha”. Part of your decompressing from the busyness of life will be to enjoy and embrace that spirit of aloha.  The key to a rich and rejuvenated experience here is to appreciate the place and the people. E Komo Mai! We welcome you!

culture of kona

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