As you plan your trip to join us for the festival, consider staying in Ka‘u to get to know our community, shorten your daily travel time and support our local economy.
While you’re here, let the natural beauty of our district give you peace. Enjoy our locally grown food, from macadamia nuts and coffee to grass-fed beef and fresh vegetables, or get the fresh catch of the day from our local fishermen.
You can visit black and green-sand beaches and dramatic coastal cliffs along Hawai‘i’s longest uninhabited coast, hike along coastal trails and through the native rainforest, and go into the Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park to witness the glow of an active volcano.
Spend your nights gazing at the bright stars in some of the Earth’s clearest skies and enjoy the quietude of Ka‘u, the least populated district in all of Hawai‘i.