Explore The Big Island Farmers Market This Summer

A man at the Farmers Market Hawaii Big Island.

One of the best summer events on the Big Island of Hawaii is always the farmers market. Locals love it, and visitors love it. You’ll find delicious food to sample, entertaining music to listen to, and meet wonderful local folks. You can do all of that from proximity to a gorgeous vacation rental through ResorticaHawaii. We represent properties in The Waikoloa Beach Resort, Mauna Lani Resort, Mauna Kea Resort, Waikoloa Village, and the surrounding areas. We’ll run down a quick list of all of the highlights you and your guests can experience at the best Big Island of Hawaii farmers market.

Kona Farmers Market

In Kona, close to Kailua Bay, you’ll find fantastic farmers markets on the Big Island of Hawaii. It is open Wednesdays through Sundays between 7 a.m. and 4 p.m. There is always a good variety of fresh fruit and vegetable stands. There are also plenty of vendors selling souvenirs.

Pure Kona Green Market

The Pure Kona Green Market is an all-local farmers and artists market located on the Big Island of Hawaii at the Amy B. H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden in Captain Cook. You can find it open Sunday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. The market aims to promote local products, sustainability, and community gathering. In addition, you will be treated to live music and fine dining if you want at the market.

Ho’oulu Community Farmers Market

This market can be found on the Keauhou Bay and is one of the larger ones on the island. This means that you should be able to find a smattering of produce, Kona coffee, and treats here. There are also a lot of crafts and art to see. This market is open every Wednesday, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Bring Something Home From The Farmers Market In Hawaii

You’ll find something unique at these Big Island of Hawaii farmers markets. You can bring some local ingredients to cook a meal at your vacation rental, or maybe you will find a unique piece of art to bring back home. ResorticaHawaii has a perfect rental property for you close to many great Big Island attractions like golf courses, shopping centers, etc. We represent properties in The Waikoloa Beach Resort, Mauna Lani Resort, Mauna Kea Resort, Waikoloa Village, and the surrounding areas. Look at what rentals are available right now. To book a rental, call 808-881-8222 or check out our website.

Swim With Manta Rays In Hawaii

A person under water who wanted to swim with manta rays in Hawaii.

You’ll be happy to know that there are some fun and unique things to do on the Big Island of Hawaii. The fun that can be had here is something that you will not be able to capture anywhere else. One of these unique activities that you can find on the Big Island is getting up close with manta rays. These are genuinely spectacular animals, and it’s easy to find them with the help of some of the best attractions on the island. Just makes sure that you start your Big Island adventure with ResorticaHawaii. We have many properties sprinkled over the island, such as Mauna Lani, Mauna Key, etc. To get a better idea, check out our vacation rental properties and these businesses where you can swim with manta rays in Hawaii.

Manta Ray Dives of Hawaii

This attraction is unique as you can swim with manta rays at night with Manta Ray Dives of Hawaii. According to Manta Ray Dives of Hawaii, the Kona coast is home to 240 resident manta rays. Each manta ray is identifiable because of its markings. You will be able to see each unique manta ray up close and under the moonlight when you visit the Kona coast.

Ocean Encounters

In addition, Ocean Encounters also offers night manta ray dives. You will leave from Honokohau Harbor in Kona at night to snorkel off the coast with manta rays and more aquatic life. You should also learn a lot about manta rays and the surrounding marine life.

Big Island Divers

With Big Island Divers, you can strap on a single tank and dive deep to see some manta rays. They provide single-tank charters off of the Kona coast. You will need an open water diver certification. Mask, fins, dive tanks, weights, a dive light, and manta ray education are included with the charter. If you forget something, there is rental gear available.

Explore The Aquatic Life On The Shores Of The Big Island

You are going to forge new, fantastic memories when you swim with manta rays in Hawaii. ResorticaHawaii makes it easy to start and end your vacation days on the best foot. ResorticaHawaii has a perfect rental property for you close to many great Big Island attractions like golf courses, shopping centers, etc. We represent properties in The Waikoloa Beach Resort, Mauna Lani Resort, Mauna Kea Resort, Waikoloa Village, and the surrounding areas. Look at what rentals are available right now. To book a rental, call 808-881-8222 or check out our website.

Best Hawaiian Island Restaurant, Pubs With Patios

A woman eating at a Hawaiian Island restaurant.

One thing that you will want to do on the Big Island of Hawaii is be outside as much as possible. The weather is perfect, which means you will not be in short supply of fun outdoor activities to do, even when it comes to finding a Hawaiian Island restaurant. A great Hawaiian Island restaurant or pub has a tremendous patio. ResorticaHawaii can get you started with some of our favorite decks for eating out in Hawaii.

Lava Lava

Lava Lava is a great foot in the sand place. It’s located on Anaeho’omalu Bay in the Waikoloa Beach Resort. It’s one of the best restaurants around to just relax. With 10 acres of beachfront property, you’ll find plenty of places to simply relax and enjoy your meal.

Hale Kai

If you are looking for a casual place to dine and relax, Hale Kai is another fabulous place. It’s a wonderful place off of the coast to watch the sunset and sip some of the best tropical cocktails on the island. You’ll be treated to a wide variety of Hawaiian cuisine and more.

Hau Tree

For those of you who are looking for a casual place for brunch then you should look over the menu at Hau Tree. They have brunch mainstays like steak and eggs, but also plates like Kaimana cheeseburger and more. Make sure to make a reservation ahead of time because you won’t want to miss out on the amazing food and views.

Huggo’s

Huggo’s has been open since the late 1960s, and it still has one of the best patios on the island. It’s a classic place to visit with some of the best steak and seafood. It serves fantastic cocktails on the patio too. Huggo’s says that its “Classic Mai Tai” is “the only truly authentic, from scratch Mai Tai on the Big Island.”

Kona Brewing Company

You might already be familiar with Kona Brewing Company. Its beer is widely available in many places throughout the United States. But when you are in Hawaii, you should seek a fresh beer from the brewery. The outside patio is great if you want to get outside, sip a beer, and sit in the shade. There are plenty of umbrellas and tables to drink and get out of the sunshine for a moment.

Humpy’s Big Island Alehouse

There’s something for everyone at almost any time of the day at Humpy’s Big Island Alehouse. It offers happy hour drink specials, breakfast, lunch, dinner, and late-night meals. You’ll find a wide selection of beers, cocktails, wines, and more to drink. The food menu is also expansive, with seafood, sliders, and many appetizers. All of which can be enjoyed overlooking the ocean. 

Grab A Drink And Stay Awhile On The Patio

Treating yourself to a great Hawaiian Island restaurant and some drinks on a patio is one of the best ways to end a night in Hawaii. ResorticaHawaii makes it easy to start and end your vacation days on the best foot. ResorticaHawaii has a perfect rental property for you close to many great Big Island attractions like golf courses, shopping centers, and more. We represent properties in The Waikoloa Beach Resort, Mauna Lani Resort, Mauna Kea Resort, Waikoloa Village, and the surrounding areas. Look at what rentals are available right now. To book a rental, call 808-881-8222 or check out our website.

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