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Adventures on Land
Hawaii Coffee Company is the largest roaster of Kona Coffee in the world and Hawaii's leading supplier of coffee to the Island's hotels, restaurants, and retail stores.
With an eclectic mix of shops and locally-owned boutiques, galleries, a top-rated salon and day spa, notable restaurants, a popular food court, a luxury cinema, and an anchor grocery store, Queens’ MarketPlace is the gathering place of the Kohala Coast.
Since 1949, with over 60 stores through out Hawaii, ABC Stores offer a wide selection of gifts & treasures, apparel, beach needs, fine wines & spirits, drugs, cosmetics, fresh deli and groceries all in one place. Mail order available.
KTA Super Stores is a homegrown, locally owned family grocery chain, proudly serving Hawai‘i Island for over 100 years.
Hawai'i's premier brand and the originator of the chocolate covered macadamia. An island tradition providing a fine selection of quality confections. Hawaiian Host: Over 80 years of Genuine. Classic. Original.® and truly Hawai'i’s Gift to the World®
Hawaii's Largest selection of Hawaiian fashions, gifts and souvenirs; Travel agent and Group discounts; open 365 days, available in Oahu, Maui, Big Island and Kauai.
Located at Hawaii's largest sports venue, the Aloha Stadium Swap Meet is a place where families can gather to share their cultural diversity with pride and a feeling of Aloha.
Monkeypod Jam is a quaint, local destination featuring house-made preserves featuring Kauai grown produce. Breakfast, bistro-style lunches, espresso, and Saturday Brunch are served daily. Innovative culinary Workshops are also offered by founder, Aletha Thomas and local chefs.
NOHO HOME is a sophisticated island experience cultivated through artful home decor. Marked by the designer's profound love for her Hawaiian heritage and other first nations' cultures, NOHO HOME reimagines the island home aesthetic into organic textures woven with native intelligence.
Royal Hawaiian Center, the premiere shopping, dining, and entertainment destination in Waikīkī, consists of more than 310,000 square feet along a three-block stretch of Waikiki's famed Kalākaua Avenue.