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All reviews farmers market lots of shops ali drive main drag kona inn tourist shops great shopping local vendors nice walk historical sites take your time cruise ship fresh fruit kona coffee the big island fish stroll
This seaside road winds its way along the coast from the Marriott south to the Sheraton (and continues all the down to Napoopoo Rd in Kealakekua)... most of the shops and eateries are located towards the northern end, and are easily visited on foot (or...More
However, if you can handle the slow congestion of traffic, then it has lots of shops and eateries as well as views and a flea market of foreign objects. There is an artist worth seeing at the flea market.
Opt to stroll this oceanfront promenade just before sunset or after dinner, as it is much too hot during the day. The town is very quaint and you will enjoy strolling past the shops, cafes, restaurants, bars and shaved ice kiosks. The view out to...More
There are some beautiful sights even though it's mainly for shopping and eating. Remember that there are some places to park on the next road over (Kuakini hwy). There are 2 markets that independent vendors are selling neat stuff besides the many other stores to...More
This was a fun experience to explore all the booths here -- including the local fruits and vegetables such as cheromaya, soursop, papayas, mangos, bitter melon, and breadfruit --fruits that many mainlanders might not recognize off hand. Also many wood carvings, tropical-design fabrics and clothing,...More
This is a great road, although a bit too many vehicles and could be more pedestrian friendly en-route to town. Once in town you have actual sidewalks, with lots of choices for shopping and restaurants. The historical walk along the seawall is quite nice, especially...More
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There is public bus service in kona, but you really seem to be asking if there is a tourist bus that has a one price for unlimited stops and there really isn't. There are no ads for one and the different places to go are... More
There is public bus service in kona, but you really seem to be asking if there is a tourist bus that has a one price for unlimited stops and there really isn't. There are no ads for one and the different places to go are not really in a "circuit" that a bus would run. You might be able to get a bus pass for a time frame instead of per trip, but it will likely be by the week or month.