Coffee, Cloud Forest & Brewery Experience in Kailua-Kona, HI

Kailani Tours Hawaii*HOTEL PICK-UP ONLY*Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
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Covid Policy: Masks are mandatory. Kailani Tours guides will provide masks to guests who may have forgotten their own. Guests who refuse to wear masks will not be allowed to join the tour. Guides will take client temperatures at pick-up. Clients with irregular temperatures will not be allowed on tour. Clients showing symptoms of COVID-19 will not be allowed on tour.

Overview

Come and visit the more leisurely side of the Kona on the Coffee, Cloud Forest, and Brewery tour of Kailani Tours! On this trip, guests will walk around the grounds of ancient fishponds, the misty trails of the Kona cloud forest, and taste Kona coffee, locally brewed beers, ciders, and seltzers. The tour will take you to the Kaloko-Honokohau National Park, Kona Cloud Forest Walk, Mountain Thunder Coffee Plantation, and Ola Brew Co. Come, unwind, see and taste the best things the Big Island has to offer only with the Coffee, Cloud Forest, and Brewery tour!

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Good To Know

from Ashley, one of our Kailua-Kona Travel Experts
  • Operating hours are from 8 am till sunset on specific dates only.
  • Tour duration is approximately 6.5 hours.
  • Kailani Tours Hawaii offers free front door pick-ups at all major West Hawaii hotels and resorts or the option to meet at a central meeting point of nearby landmarks/resorts.
  • Suitable for all ages.
  • Tour group of 12-15 people.
  • Comfortable walking shoes are recommended.
  • This is not a swimming tour.
  • Tour package includes lunch, snacks, jackets, umbrellas, flashlights, and parkas for all occasions.
  • Drones are not allowed in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
  • Tour only has storage for collapsable wheelchairs.
  • Gratuities (tips) are not included in the tour cost and are not required.

Description

from Coffee, Cloud Forest, and Brewery Experience
Enjoy the best of Kona on this luxury half-day adventure tour, complete with transportation in Mercedes Sprinter mini-coaches. It's the perfect way to learn Hawaiian history, sip Kona coffee, explore an exotic cloud forest and discover Kona’s tastiest beer.

Walk the grounds of ancient fishponds, learn about Hawaiian culture and look for turtles. Then, journey to the mountains and walk in the misty Kona Cloud Forest Sanctuary, an incredibly unique opportunity to see exotic trees, plants, flowers, and birds. The Kona Cloud Forest is a unique sanctuary of ancient Koa and Ohia trees, hundreds of varieties of bamboo, and giant ferns. Bird lovers love it for exotics, including the Hawaiian hawk and several honeycreeper species.

Then, coffee lovers rejoice as you head to Mountain Thunder Coffee. Learn how coffee is grown, dried, and roasted. Enjoy a deli-style lunch before winding down the mountain to cool off with a cold Kona beer or cider at Ola Brew Co. Tour Kona’s newest local brewery, where you'll sample local beers and ciders.

Gourmet Local Island Style Breakfast & Picnic Lunch Included
Menus are seasonal and subject to change, so that you’ll always get the freshest local ingredients.

Lunch options include: Oven-roasted turkey breast sandwich on a Punalu’u Hawaiian Sweet Roll with Waipoli Butter lettuce, island-style kettle chips, and a fresh-baked white chocolate cookie.

Please note any dietary restrictions when you book your tour.
*Vegetarian and vegan options are available.

What Kailani Tours Hawaii Provides: English-speaking driver/guide, Mercedes 15 passenger mini coach, gourmet island-style lunch, umbrellas and jackets in the event of rain, premium snacks, hot or cold towel service, bottled water, various fruit juices, and hot beverage service. This tour has a maximum of 13 passengers to provide plenty of headroom in the cabin and comes with a state-of-the-art audio/visual public address system.

Recommendations: It does not include lengthy hikes. Passengers traveling with a wheelchair or walker are more than welcome to join our tour. Kailani Tours Hawaii’s spacious Mercedes passenger vans provide the ultimate comfort for guests hoping to avoid large 50 passenger vans and want a more personal and authentic Hawaiian Experience. All Kailani Tours experiences are designed to give our guests an affordable first-class tour while experiencing all that the Big Island has to offer.

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Frequently Asked Questions about Coffee, Cloud Forest, and Brewery Experience

Where are the pick-up locations at?

Kailani Tours Hawaii offers free front door pick-ups at all major West Hawaii hotels and resorts. They also offer the option to meet at a central meeting point to accommodate a busy vacation schedule, if you prefer. For bed and breakfasts or smaller resorts, they are happy to work with you. Leave the driving to them!


Are there any age/physical/health/etc. restrictions for this tour?

No. Nearly all tours include the opportunity for a few short walks. However, none of them include any walking longer than 20 minutes with the exemption of the Kona Coffee, Cloud Forest, and Brewery Experience. Should guests choose to skip any of the short walks, Kailani guides are happy to make further accommodations. 


Is the tour wheelchair accessible?

Their vans are equipped to handle the easy storage of a collapsible wheelchair or other medical equipment. They do not have a wheelchair lift, however. They have also installed an extra hydraulic side step for extra ease on and off for all riders.


Are snacks, meals, and tips included in tour prices?

Kailani Tours Hawaii has chosen to work with the best restaurants and caterers on the Big Island to bring their guests an experience of all five senses. They like to eat well and their guests do too!

Tipping is, of course, at the discretion of the tour guest but is customary when great service has been provided. They think their professional tour guides are the very best on the planet and know they appreciate receiving acknowledgments for their expertise, humor, and ability to make your tour memorable!


How long is the tour?

The tour is approximately 6 hours.


What should I wear?

Although Hawaii is home to the endless summer, there are places and times where the temperature can drop substantially. Temperatures at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park can range from 50 to 75 degrees F. Saddle Road temperatures can get even chillier, to perhaps 40 degrees F. Kailani Tours Hawaii recommends wearing comfortable footwear, a hat, and sunglasses, and shorts or long pants.  Most guests wear a light jacket or bring long pants for after sunset. You have plenty of opportunities to change as the weather changes frequently. Oh, don’t forget your camera!


How comfy are the vehicles?

Very! Their guides want to work for them because they pamper the guests AND the guides! Having driven low-roof, hard-seated, worn-out vans in the past, they understand the importance of being comfortable on the ride to the volcano (or around the island!)

Maintaining a fleet of Mercedes Benz passenger vans is more expensive than using inferior vehicles, but they never cut corners on safety or customer service – ever.

Their brand new vehicle even has reclining leather seats! Their vans have high roofs to maneuver through the cabin, adjustable air conditioning, seatbelt extensions, cup holders, and large windows for the best views. The audio/visual package is top-of-the-line with a large flip-down monitor and separate speakers for video and guide headset. This technology allows for the driver/guide to show video while narrating; it’s the ultimate way to cruise the Big Island!


Can you accommodate special diets?

All Kailani Tours experiences include tasty meals with local ingredients made by local chefs. They accommodate special diets or preferences by request.


Do you operate tours on holidays?

On most holidays, they do operate. However, they do not operate their regular tour on the Ironman World Championships in October, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. Their suppliers don’t operate on those days, so they elected to do the same. Their guides have to get to the beach sometimes, right?