From Kainaliu, Kealakekua, Captain cook and Honaunau, South kona takes you on a magical journey through farming communities. On the hillsides throughout these towns many Gentle man farmers work sustaining their coffee, fruit, mac nut and flower farms. Urban, yet rural, many a bumpy roads that lead to immaculately kept, agricultural oasis’s are fun to explore. Views from the mountain down to the oceans coastline where one can bask on local beaches, find great snorkeling, and dive into ancient history are all options to keep life interesting and fill your senses with life in South Kona. . From fine dining to local grinds, in these south kona townships, you can always find something that makes you feel right at home. With its origins rich in Kona coffee, the area of Painted Church road and Keei Rd on down to the City of Refuge, are not only beautiful but saturated in Hawaiian history.