Flowers bring such joy! My gardens are my canvas..you'll find me
These are my son Tim's exotic bromeliads.
Adventures is now a "Guesthouse", not a traditional B&B,
rather "Beauty and Bed"...We grow some pineapples, bananas,
papayas, lemons, avocados, tangerines, kumquats, and macadamia
nuts, coconuts, so help yourself to fruit and nuts in season.
Kona Coffee blends and herbal teas are in the rooms. The
Sundeck Suite, Garden Bedroom, and Ohana or Common Room have
dining areas and the means for some food preparation. Each of
our units has a small fridge, and a deck with table and chairs
to enjoy the lovely views and usually great weather.
We have a variety of fine,
friendly grocery stores, a Saturday Farmers' Market, and many
excellent places to eat nearby or within a scenic drive. Picnics
watching whales play along our magnificent coast are a must
December-April! We are a multicultural community. come enjoy
the "taste of Kohala"!
What diversity you'll find in
unique North Kohala! Everything can be an adventure here!
Celebrate with us Kamehameha Day, June 11, with our 9am parade,
complete with paniolos and pa'u riders , then have lunch and
hear Hawaiian music at the Kamehameha Park; join us at our
October Kohala Country Fair with great music, dance, games,
contests, arts and crafts, jewelry and food; hear our finest
musicians play at the Slack Key Festival in September. Visit
our historic sites, beaches, golf courses, take our many
adventure tours, visit our art galleries, unique shops with
excellent arts and crafts, or just sit by the sea or under a
tree and just enjoy!
Our guests have included people
from all walks of life who are honeymooners, anniversary
couples.. (one the 50th!),class and family reunions, wedding
parties, Valentine's surprises, proposals, business trips, youth
groups, bonding, bicyclists, astronomers, ecotourists, history
and culture buffs ..lots of garden enthusiasts, photographers,
artists, artisans, nature lovers, whale watchers, hikers,
horseback riders, fishermen, snorkelers, surfers and above all,
We've enjoyed guests from Mexico
to Brazil, many European countries: England, Scotland, France,
Italy, Netherlands, Denmark, Switzerland and many from Germany;
Russia, Jerusalem, South Africa, Egypt, India, and even Iran,
the south Pacific Islands ,the Philippines and of course, our
honorable Japanese guests. Many have returned, some as often as
two or three times a year.
Local musicians love to share their talents. Many are
Hawaiian music lovers from Japanese Band here to take a class
from Kohala's own, slack key master, John Keawe
Bring your ukules and guitars! We have pianos and some