Local Activities

Kapoho Point offers many incredible partnerships and local activities and adventures to pursue during your stay. From boat tours, deep sea fishing, and hiking to exploring National Park, the island has it all! Contact us for booking inquiries.

Lava Boat Tours

A once in a lifetime bucket list item. See molten lava flow straight into the ocean in one of the most unique up-close and personal experiences in the pacific. Discounts are available by booking through us with the number one tour company, Lava Ocean Tours Inc.

Deep Sea Fishing

Hilo Fishing Charters, an affiliate of Lava Ocean Tours, Inc, also provides all inclusive ½ day, ¾ day, full day and multiple day fishing tours out of Hilo.

Volcanoes National Park

Visit the renowned Lava lake within Halema‘uma‘u Crater in the Kilauea summit caldera, or for the more adventurous: hike and bike in the park with Kalapana Cultural Tours. For more information about the park and tours, click here.


Soar over a 250ft waterfall! Skyline Akaka Falls was voted the #1 Zipline Tour in Hawaii for 2017. Be thrilled and amazed while soaring on 7 ziplines, each more incredible than the last as guides tell stories of Hawaiian culture. Located below Akaka Falls State Park on the Honomu Coast, guests will fly above two diverse waterfalls, including the breathtaking 250 ft KoleKole waterfall which is sure to be a highlight of your Big Island vacation!

Wailuku River State Park

The park boasts two main attractions: Boiling Pots and Rainbow Falls. Boiling Pots is a succession of big pools connected by underground flow or cascades and whose waters roll and bubble making it appear like it’s boiling. The columns that line the pools were formed by the slow cooling of lava. The 80 foot Rainbow Falls is renowned for the rainbow formed from the rainbow that can be seen at around 10 AM on sunny days due to the mist of the waterfall. Legends say that the cave beneath the waterfall was the home of Hina, an ancient Hawaiian goddess.

Coffee Plantation Tours

Tour Local coffee plantations Mountain Thunder, Long Ears Coffee Co and Hilo Coffee Mill to see why Hawaii produces some of the finest coffee on earth. Tours need to be scheduled in advance. For more information about Coffee plantation tours all across the Big Island, click here.

Golf Course

For those whose favorite two words are “Tee Time,” try the local golf courses: Naniloa Volcano Golf Course, Hilo Municipal Golf Course and Volcano Golf and Country Club. For more information on golf courses on the big island, click here.