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  • Kahuna Valley

    The six-acre Kahuna Valley retreat draws healing masters from around the globe to teach Qigong, Taoism, Reiki, and Hawaiian Kahuna healing. At the ... More
  • Kalalau Trail

    Cliffs rise 4,000 feet out of the ocean. Falling rocks, copious mud, rain, and flash floods are commonplace. Traversing Kauai’s paradisiacal Na Pal... More
  • Kapalua Golf Resort

    This ecosensitive resort in the West Maui Mountains offers fifty-four holes spliced between pineapple fields and the deep-blue Pacific.Where to Pla... More
  • Kapiolani Park

    Located at the east end of Waikiki, Kapiolani Park is home to Hawaii’s famous Diamond Head (a volcanic crater), as well as the Honolulu Zoo. The pa... More
  • Kealakekua’s Grass Shack

    Lish Jens and her husband opened this funky store, named after the famous island song “My Little Grass Shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii,” nearly 40 year... More
  • Kilohana Plantation

    A 1930s Tudor-style mansion and adjacent restored plantation cottages have been transformed into a collection of 10 upscale shopping boutiques. The... More
  • Kokee State Park

    Visitors get to know the Garden Island through the trails of Koke’e State Park in Waimea. With the Koke’e Museum as a starting point, trails take h... More
  • Koko Marina Pub

    Owned by the Kona Brewing Company, the Koko Marina Pub is located on the docks of the Koko Marina Center and provides diners with expansive views o... More
  • Koloiki Ridge

    For an inland adventure, hike the five-mile trail along the Koloiki Ridge, which has unparalleled views. More
  • Kona Honu Manta Ray Night Snorkel or Dive

    Kona’s Keauhou Bay is one of the best places on earth to swim up close to huge and harmless manta rays, elegant nocturnal beasts that feed on plank... More
  • Kona International Market

    This open-air swap meet has everything from T-shirts dyed with island red dirt to baskets woven from coconut palm fronds. Stop by Captain Danno's s... More
  • Kona Pub & Brewery

    This brewpub, located on the Big Island’s western coast, opened in 1998. Constructed largely from locally gleaned materials, it has a bar made from... More
  • Kukui Trail

  • La Mariana Sailing Club

    One of the last of the old-school tiki bars, this everyman’s establishment has occupied the waterfront of Keehi Lagoon for more than five decades—i... More
  • Lai Fong

    Located in Chinatown, this Honolulu department store is easily recognizable by the words “LAI FONG” written in large red letters across the buildin... More

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