Naalehu is a community in Hawaii County, Hawaii, United States. Naʻālehu means "the volcanic ashes" in Hawaiian It is the southernmost community with a post office in the 50 states of the United States. (See List of extreme points of the United States.) For statistical purposes, the United States Census Bureau has defined Naalehu as a census-designated place (CDP). The census definition of the area may not precisely correspond to local understanding of the area with the same name. The population was 866 at the 2010 census, down from 919 at the 2000 census.
Restaurants in Naalehu
5 based on 96 reviews
An authentic, diversified family farm. We specialize in hand-crafted, artisanal, 100% Hawaiian products including macadamia nuts that are dehydrated rather than roasted so they taste more like the fresh macadamia nut right out of the shell, unique varieties of chocolate-covered macadamia nuts, award-winning 100% Ka'u coffee, and several varieties of raw, natural Hawaiian honey. On a visit to the farm you can meet the farmers, take a brief free tour (including our Aquaponic greenhouse), learn about honey, coffee and macadamia nut production, meet our 5 parrots, and sample all of our delicious products.
On our drive to South Point (the southernmost point of Hawaii), we were drawn in by signs advertising coffee and macadamia nut tasting at Paradise Meadows. Interested in purchasing coffee to take back home, we we pulled into the beautiful property and were suddenly blanketed in a warm welcome by the friendly hosts at the farm. We were given a variety of complimentary samples from chocolate covered macademia nuts, coffee, and fruit, as exotic Muscovy ducks waddled about between our legs. The host gave us a tour of her nursery, fruit orchard (mangoes, papaya, banana, oranges, tangerines, lemon and lime), aquaponics system and coffee plantation and after purchasing our coffee we were also given a gift to take home. Thank you for the hospitality! Highly recommend!
4.5 based on 1 reviews
The big island of Hawaii's southernmost point features the Green Sand Beach.
Easy hike for all ages (4km or 1h one way), beautiful place with amazingly intriguing green sand ! Swimming was also great with some awesome waves. Some people choose to use shuttle services, but I find the hike is 10 times worth it ! Highly recommended.
4.5 based on 221 reviews
Conveniently located about midway between Kona and the Volcano one "needs" to stop here. The malasadas are a required purchase; some to eat right then and a half dozen or so for "later". They have other great baked goods, sandwiches, salads, ice cream, coffee so there is lots to choose from. They have very nice grounds with covered places to eat.
4 based on 8 reviews
Beautiful site to take in the southern most point in US. Would have liked to have dared to cliff dive (jump/flop actually) however numerous fisherman on site. Water crystal clear and could see bottom even from top of cliffs. Drive is lengthy.
5 based on 4 reviews
Honey Shop, Tea Shop, Apiary Tours, local crafts, coffee and tea! Sample local Hawaiian Honey, schedule an apiary tour, meet the bees & talk story!
The bee culture is very well explained by the employees here and is a really good educational spot especially for school chidren and family travellers.
4.5 based on 4 reviews
Not as dramatic as Black Sands down the road, but a lot less busy. Can’t say about the swimming, but it makes a nice rest stop or a place for a picnic (perhaps with some Malasadas from Punalu’u Bake Shop.) The coastline view is dramatic, and the park is peaceful and relaxing.
5 based on 1 reviews
We stopped by on a whim and were glad we stopped. Brenda was working and was very helpful and excited to answer all our questions. We had generous samples and were shown around the farm. Brenda took time to show us all kinds of fruits and how they were produced. We were able to buy all the food/coffee we sampled!
3 based on 32 reviews
Nothing here to write home about. It's a small park with limited picnic tables however there is a washroom facility if you need a break.
The most southern bike trail. Bike this 4 mile trail from South Point to Green Sand Beach. Choose electric or manual mountain bikes. Rodney is the tour operator with 15 years experience. Learn the history of South Point and the Hawaiian Cultural from Rodney.
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