Guide to The Hawaiian Islands : Hawaii Island Travel Planner 2016-2017
800-648-2441 23 K L M N O P Q R T S K L M N O P Q R T S 1234 5 1234 5 ® 012 mi 012 3km Kawaihae Kohala Coast (North/Northwest) Ka'iminani Dr Kaloko Dr Kawaihae Rd Waikoloa Rd Mauna Kea Beach Hotel Fairmont Orchid Hilton Waikoloa Village Waikoloa Beach Marriott Resort & Spa Aston Shores at Waikoloa Häpuna Beach Prince Hotel Four Seasons Resort Hualälai Kings' Shops Natural Energy Lab of Hawai'i Gateway Center Mauna Lani Bay Hotel & Bungalows The Islands at Mauna Lani Häli'i Kai Resort Fairway Villas Waikoloa by Outrigger Aston Waikoloa Colony Villas Weliweli Pt Mäla'e Pt Keähole Pt Kawili Pt KONA INT'L AIRPORT (KOA) To Kailua-Kona To Mähukona, Häwï To Waikoloa, Waimea To Waimea To Kailua-Kona Puakö Petroglyph Archaeological Reserve To Waimea, Hilo Fire Station The Shops at Mauna Lani Puakö Bay Häpuna Bay Honoka'ope Bay Kïholo Bay Kauna'oa Beach Queen Ka'ahumanu Hwy Hawai'i Belt Rd (Mämalahoa Hwy) Makalei Golf Club Häpuna Golf Course Mauna Kea Golf Course Waikoloa Village Course Francis H. I'i Brown South Course Waikoloa Kings' Course Waikoloa Beach Course Francis H. I'i Brown North Course Hualälai Golf Course Big Island Country Club 'Öhai'ula, or Spencer Beach Park Kekaha Kai State Park Wäwäloli Beach Park Häpuna Beach State Recreation Area Kawaihae Harbor & Pua Ka'ilima Cultural Surf Park Pu'ukoholä Heiau National Historical Park Holoholokai Beach Park 'Anaeho'omalu Beach Park KALAOA PUAKÖ ' ANAEHO'OMALU KÏHOLO KA'ÜPÜLEHU Queens' MarketPlace Mauna Lani Point Hämäkua Macadamia Nut Co. KALÄHUIPUA'A Dana Edmunds Waimea Put on your boots and venture to the upland town of Waimea, paniolo (cowboy) country. Visit Anna Ranch, home of the late Anna Lindsey Perry- Fiske, the "First Lady of Ranching" in Hawai'i. Or spend some time browsing through eclectic shops or farmers markets (Wednesday and Saturday). Lapakahi State Historical Park A self-guided tour through partially restored remains of this ancient coastal settlement will give you a glimpse of early life. As you walk through the area, you'll encounter plants that thrive near the shore, providing a food source, building materials, medicines, and utensils. Try your skills at one of a few games like 'ulu maika (stone disc rolling) and kōnane (a checkers-like game of strategy). Visit house sites, canoe hālau (long house) and more.
Island of Hawaii Travel Planner 2017-2018