We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
We were looking for something to kill time, and this was absolutely perfect! We got a lot of delicious fresh fruit at WAY cheaper prices than at the grocery store.
We also found a ton of cute Hawaiian style clothes for ourselves and the kids...More
The market itself was mainly full of items that were either super cheap and junky or way too expensive. They did have a few cute stalls but for the most part we just walked right on by. Trying to find parking was a nightmare and...More
We were on a cruise and had some time in port after an excursion. We walked around Kona and stopped by on a Wednesday. We just wanted to see what was here. I am not a big souvenir buyer. There was one vendor that sold...More
We found plenty of trinkets here, but the majority are mass produced so you'll find the same items at many stands - comparison shop before you buy! Don't mistake the handcrafted items as being overpriced; they are art and should be priced as such. The...More
This is where you want to go to pick up fresh produce! Very reasonable prices of Mac nuts, coffee, pineapples, mangos, and so many other fruits and vegetables. Lots of chachkies if you’re looking for trinkety souvenirs.
This farmers market consists of tents with various vendors selling produce and souvenirs in a parking lot off of Alii Drive. It is not huge, but it is a free alternative to the shops on Alii Drive. Parking and traffic is a problem, but there...More
We stopped here as we walked around downtown Kona. They have a ton of fresh produce, flowers and Hawaiian trinkets. Some places take card, but mostly cash.
Parking in the adjacent lot is pricey, $8.35 / hour, but up the street is a public lot...More