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Hawi

Hawi Tours and Activities

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If you’re like most travelers, Hawi is a town that you didn’t plan on visiting but you end up not wanting to leave. A one-street thoroughfare of art galleries and charm, browsing and lingering are about the fastest pace you will ever manage to attain.

Stop to nibble on locally made fudge and poke your head into art galleries, and browse the local bulletin board to get a feel for the sense of community. Cool off with a guava juice in a funky mom and pop restaurant, and watch as fellow passersby become ensnared by the small-town charm. The wet climate in North Kohala is a welcome change from Kona, and the lush surroundings and fresh tradewinds almost come as a surprise.

Inland from town on Kohala Mountain Road, the winding journey through the pastures toward Waimea is one of the most scenic drives in Hawaii, and in the other direction toward the north end of town, the verdant recess of Pololu Valley is only a short, eight-mile drive. Visitors will soon find that despite the proximity of further adventures and the beauty of the surrounding area, trying to pry yourself away from Hawi is easier said than done.

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Frequently Asked Questions

The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
Q:
Should I book Hawi tickets in advance?
A:
We recommend booking e-tickets ahead of time to secure your spot since Hawi can get crowded. If you book with Viator, you can cancel at least 24 hours before the start date of your tour for a full refund. See all Hawi tickets and tours on Viator.
Q:
How much does it cost to visit Hawi 2021?
A:
Currently, an entrance ticket to Hawi costs USD 5.00. Guided Hawi tours start around USD 5.00 per person. See all Hawi tickets and tours on Viator.