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Sacred Honaunau National Park
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Journey back to ancient Hawaii and take time to visit the Place of Refuge, also known as Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, resting on the coast of south Kona. According to Hawaiian history, lawbreakers could evade the punishment of death only by escaping to this sacred sanctuary where they could no longer be pursued. This 180-acre National Park has been beautifully preserved and offers visitors a great historical exploration around the Great Wall and Royal Grounds.

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Great Trip

2019/09/14 Couples acxmy

This was a great tour. We enjoyed historic areas as well as a honey farm, and coffee plantation. The painted church, St. Benedict's, was awesome and our guide, V.... was knowledgeable about all we visited as well as th... more

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Drew was fantastic!!

2018/06/10 Families Avocado thief+2

Wow! We had the pleasure of taking the historic Kona tour with Drew. It was an amazing day! Drew has an energy and enthusiasm about the island that is infectious! He took us to beautiful spots that were advertised and ev... more

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Wonderful tour around the Big Island

2017/07/27 Families Deborah

We had a wonderful day touring historic and sacred sites as well as Greenwell Farms and Big Island Bees. Our guide, Kawika, was highly knowledgeable about the areas visited and wove together an interesting narrative of t... more

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Not much to this tour

2017/06/24 Families Elise Wilson

There isn't much to this tour that you couldn't do on your own. Both of the national parks were interesting, but my family and I would have loved to have more time to take them in. The bee farm was also cool - their empl... more

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Sacred Honaunau National Park (Top Big Island Attractions), Big Island tours & activities, fun things to do in Big Island | HawaiiActivities.com
Journey back to ancient Hawaii and take time to visit the Place of Refuge, also known as Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, resting on the coast of south Kona. According to Hawaiian history, lawbreakers could evade the punishment of death only by escaping to this sacred sanctuary where they could no longer be pursued. This 180-acre National Park has been beautifully preserved and offers visitors a great historical exploration around the Great Wall and Royal Grounds.