Roberts Hawaii Shore Excursions - Historic Kona Tour
Take a trip back in time to Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park, an ancient Hawaiian place of refuge for kapu (forbidden law) breakers. Then continue on to beautiful Kealakekua Bay, a marine life preserve and home to the Captain Cook monument. This is where Cook landed in 1779, when natives mistook him for the god Lono. When later he proved to be a mere mortal, he was slain. The next stop is the Painted Church, a small church that Belgian priests painted to be a grand cathedral. The last stop of this tour is the Kona coffee factory.
- Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park
- Kealakekua Bay
- Painted Church
- Kona coffee factory
Only available for cruise ship passengers. The dates provided line up with Pride of America's schedule. Similar tours available for other ships / schedules. Please call 866-482-9775 for pricing and information.