Let’s take a road trip on the island of Hawaii where you can enjoy the both of the mountain and sea

Narita Airport → Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport
Rent a car
car 20minutes / 17km
To go & see

Coffee Farm


There are hundreds of coffee farms in Kona and many offer tour to the public. You can enjoy experience of roasting and leaning about harvesting process as well as tasting coffee.
Data: Mauka Meadows Coffee Farm
Address / 75-5476 Mamalahoa Hwy, Holualoa, HI 96725
From coffee farm to Kailua Kona
car 17minutes / 12km
To go & see

Kailua Kona


Kailua Kona is the biggest town at the west coast of the island of Hawaii. It is the best for walking around. There are a lot of the shops, the restaurants and cafes on the Alii Drive which is the main road along with the sea.
Data:Kailua Kona
Address / Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, HI 96740
From Kailua Kona to the hotel
Car 6minutes / 3km

Royal Sea Cliff Kona by Outrigger

ロイヤル・シー・クリフ・コナ by アウトリガー

It is the vacation Cond located at Kailua kona. It is very convenience for travelers because it has a kitchen, washing and drying machine, balcony, pool, tennis coat and the beautiful garden.
Data: Royal Sea Cliff Kona by Outrigger
Address /75-6040 Alii Drive Kailua-Kona, Hawaii 96740
TEL/808 329 8021


Experience for the strength of nature, an active volcano “Kilauea”

Departure from hotel

From the hotel to Saddle Road
car 60minutes / 75km
To go & see

Saddle Road


Route 200, known as Saddle Road, provides the shortest driving route from Hilo to Kailua-kona and access to the slopes of Mauna Loa and the Mauna Kea observatories.
Data:Saddle Road
Address / Hawaii Highway 200, Kailua-Kona, HI
From Saddle Road to Akaka Falls
car 60minutes / 72km
To go & see

Akaka Falls State Park


At Akaka Falls State Park, you can see two gorgeous waterfalls on one short hike. You will first see 100-feet kahuna Falls. Continue to follow the loop around the bend, you’ll discover 442-feet Akaka Falls which is the most famous falls on the island of Hawaii. Easily accessible, this hike takes less than an hour.
Data:Akaka Falls State Park
Address / End of Akaka Falls Road, Off Highway 220, Hilo, Hawaii
TEL/ 808-961-9540
From the falls to another falls
car 24minutes / 23km
To go & see

Rainbow Falls


At just north of Downtown Hilo in Wailuku River State Park, you will see the 80-foot falls, known as Rainbow Falls because a rainbow appears in the bubbling pools frequently.
Data:Rainbow Falls 
Address/ Wailuku River State Park, Rainbow Drive, Hilo., Hawaii
TEL: (808)9619540
Head to Downtown Hilo!
car 5minutes / 2.5km
To go & see

Downtown Hilo


This city is the second largest city in the Hawaiian Island after Honolulu and is the political and economic center of the Big Island. You can enjoy strolling around for shopping and feeling its culture in this area lined with a lot of nostalgic buildings with a history of more than 100 years.
Data: Downtown Hilo
Address / Downtown Hilo, Hawaii, HI 96720

Hilo Farmer’s Market


You can find not only fresh food such as vegetables, fruits and deli food but also clothing and general goods in this market. Try to taste Hawaiian fruits.
Data:Hilo Farmer's Market
Address/ Corner of Kamehameha Ave. and Mamo St., Hilo, Hawai
TEL/ 808-933-1000
From Hiro to HAwaii Volvanoes National Park
car 55 minutes / 59km
To go & see

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park


Kilauea Volcano National Park, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, is still active. You can see the crater and lava flow created by the eruption very closely.
Some areas are closed due to the eruption, so please check the latest information at the visitor center.
Data:Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Address / Hawaii National Park, HI 96718
TEL/ 808-985-6000
Back to the hotel
car 150 minutes / 180km

Royal Sea Cliff Kona by Outrigger (2nd night)


Driving to the north area, see the magnificent landscap

Departure from the Hotel

Head to Waipio Valley
car 90minutes / 102km
To go & see

Waipio Valley Lookout


Located on the Hamakua Coast at the north area of Big Island, , the sacred Waipio Valley was the boyhood home of King Kamehameha I, and an important center for political and religious life in Hawaii. Not only is "The Valley of the Kings" an important site for Hawaiian history and culture, it's also a place of dramatic tropical beauty.
Data:Waipio Valley Lookout
Address / 48-5546 Waipio Valley Rd, Waimea, HI 96743
Head to Honoka'a area.

car 15minutes / 14km
To go & see



A small charming town in northern Hawaii famous for being the setting for the movie "Honokaa Boy". The main street Mamane Street offers a nostalgic cityscape like the late 19th century.
Address/ Honokaa , HI 96727
From Honoka'a yo Kamehameha Statue
car 50minutes / 60km
To go & see

Kamehameha Statue (Kapaʻau)


This is the first statue of three erected in North Kohala on the island of Hawaii near King Kamehameha’s birthplace.
Data:Kamehameha Statue (Kapa’au)
Address/ Akoni Pule Hwy, Kapaau, HI 96755
From the statue to Pololu Valley
car 13minutes / 9.5km
To go & see

Pololu Valley Lookout


Treat yourself to an inspiring view of the verdant cliffs of Pololu Valley and the dramatic northeastern coastline. You can take a 25-minute hike down to the valley floor and the black sand beach,
Data:Pololu Valley Lookout
Address / 52-5088 Akoni Pule Hwy, Kapaau, HI 96755
Back to the hotel and take a rest
car 90minutes / 100km

After a rest, we'll go out again
car 15minutes / 10km
To go & see

Honokohau Harbor Snorkeling with Mnata Rays


Snorkeling with manta rays is one of the Big Island famous activity that you shouldn’t miss.
18:00 Watch a Hawaiian sunset before hopping in the water.
18:30 Experience Hawaii’s underwater world marine life at night, when mantas come to feed on plankton that accumulates just off the Kona
20:30 End
Address / 62-3601 Kawaihae Road, Kawaihae, HI 96743
TEL/ 808-882-7218
Back to the hotel
car 15minutes / 10km

Royal Sea Cliff Kona by Outrigger (3rd nithgt)


Move to Honolulu and go around the Island of Oahu

Departure from the Hotel 
Head to the Airport
car 20minutes / 15km

Arrive at Honolulu in the morning

car 25minutes / 31km
To go & see



Enjoy Kailua beach which has beautiful white sand beach and clear blue sea, and Lani Kai beach known as “Heaven’s beach”. There are many boutiques and antique shops to enjoy shopping.
Address/ 526 Kawailoa Road, Kailua,
From Kailua beach to Kafuku
car 55minutes / 50km



Eat the authentic Garlic Shrimps. There are many famous food stalls around here.
And go to the the café at the Kafuku Firm, which serves salads, sandwiches, juice, smoothies and ice-creams made by fresh fruits which are cultivated there.
Data:Kahuku Farms
Address / 56-800 Kamehameha Hwy, Kahuku, HI 96731
TEL/ 808-628-0639
From Kafuku to Haleiwa
Car 22minutes / 22km
To go & see



Haleiwa is the surf town along the north shore which is filled with local style and country ambiance, as well as cool surf shops and boutiques, charming art galleries and understated restaurants housed in plantation-era buildings.
Address/ Haleiwa
From Haleiwa to Dole Plantation
car 15minutes / 15km
To go & see

Dole Plantation


Dole Plantation provides enjoyable activities for the entire family, including the Pineapple Express Train Tour, the Plantation Garden Tour, and the Pineapple Garden Maze. Also our plantation country store offering a wide variety of Dole Plantation gifts, local favorites, foods and refreshments. And, before you leave you can purchase fresh pineapple to take home.
Address/ 64-1550 Kamehameha Hwy
TEL/ 808-621-8408
From Dole plantation to Moanalua Gardens
car 26minutes / 31km
To go & see

Moanalua Gardens


This park has the giant monkey pod trees which is very famous for Japanese TV CM. Originally owned by the Kamehameha royal family, the villa built by Kamehameha V remains in the park, and it is a power spot full of sacred power.
Address/ 2850 Moanalua Rd A, Honolulu, HI 96819
TEL/ 808-834-8612
Head to Kalakaua Avenue
car 20minutes / 14km
To go & see

Kalakaua Avenue


This is the lively street where the famous Hotels, high-end brand shops are lined and close to the Waikiki beach.
Data:Kalakaua Avenue
Address/ Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu

Waikiki Beach Comber by Outrigger

イキキ・ビーチコマーby アウトリガー

Just steps to the Waikiki Beach and the world-class shopping of International Market Place, you'll find Hawaii’s first and only craft hotel, curated by local artists and influencers. Pamper yourself with exclusive Hawaiian sea salt bath amenities and yukata-style bathrobes. Handcrafted in the heart of Waikiki.
Data: Waikiki Beach Comber by Outrigger
Address/2300 Kalakaua Ave Honolulu, Hawaii 96815-1989


Tour Fee
Per Person
Peak Season (1 room for 2 people) 425,000JPY~
Off season (1 room for 2 people) 228,000JPY~
Round trip ticket, Rent a car, Hotel 4nights, Consumption tax

Sights Information

Mauna Kea

Mauna Kea, the highest mountain in Hawaii, is 4,205 meters high. Astronomical observatories of each country have been built on this mountain because of its stable climate and suitable for astronomical observation. Beautiful sunsets, sunrises and starry sky tours are popular. We recommend a guided tour to the summit. You can also rent a car to the Mauna Kea Visitor Information Station at the entrance to Mauna Kea. There is a lot of information here, drinks and snacks are also sold, and if the weather is nice, you can see the starry sky from here as well.

Punalu’u Black Sand Beach

A sand of black beach is the finely crushed lava. A black sand beach is located in the southern part where takes about 40 minutes south of Volcanoes National Park by car.
The beach is also a habitat for sea turtles (Honu), where you can see sea turtles coming up to the beach to dry their shells.

Coffee Farm

Hawaii is one of the world's leading coffee producing regions. Kona coffee, one of the three largest coffees in the world, is cultivated only in the Kona area on the Big Island of Hawaii and is a very rare and popular coffee. There are hundreds of coffee plantations on the Big Island, and some offer guided Japanese tours and free tours. There are farms where you can experience tasting and roasting, and you can also have a harvest experience tour during the summer to autumn harvest season, so if you like coffee, it may be fun to visit the coffee plantations.

Waikiki Beach

Waikiki Beach is a signature of Hawaii, which is in front of Waikiki's hotels. You can enjoy not only surfing, but also various beach activities, relaxing on the beach. Hit the beach and catch the some rays!

Diamond head

Everyone should have seen it from a hotel in Waikiki once, but in reality, many people have never climbed it. If you take a car or trolley to the trailhead, the hiking trail is as easy as 1.1 km, so you will reach the summit in about 40 minutes. You can enjoy a spectacular view of Kapiolani Park and Waikiki hotels.

Polynesian Culture Center

In a vast space, experience all of Polynesian culture, including traditional dance, music and food. It has full of fun such as a Hawaiian village where you can see the lives of Native Hawaiians at the time, a canoe tour through the lagoon on the premises, a powerful dance performance of more than 100 actors and canoe shows where dancers dance on a large canoe.


Malasadas are basically Hawaii’s version of the doughnut. Even though malasadas have Portuguese origins, they have become widely popular in Hawaii. They don’t have a hole and more often than not, they are served plain with no filling, however some have filling such as cream and cheese. Instead of being glazed, they are dusted with sugar.

Pan Cake

Pan cake, which looks cute as well as taste good, is very popular in Hawaii. There are many kind of pan cake such as a famous macadamia nut pancake, coconut griddle cakes, fresh fruits and cream cakes. Find your favorite.

Acai Bowl

The acai berry is one native to the amazon but coveted by those in tropical climates, especially by those in Oahu, Hawaii. Acai bowls are sorbet-textured blends made of a mixture of fruits and juices topped with a variety of fruits, granola and honey.

Shave Ice

Shave ice is an ice-based dessert made by shaving a block of ice. Hawaiian shave ice is traditionally served in a conical paper or plastic cup with multiple flavors which looks very colorful and cute.

Poke Bowlポケボウル(ポケ丼)

A traditional poke bowl consists of white rice topped with raw fish that's been marinated in a blend of sesame oil, soy sauce, green onions and other spices. Poke means "chunk" or "slice" in Hawaiian. Poke is usually made with ahi tuna, however sometimes with octopus or white fishes.

Garlic shrimp

Kahuku, a town on the North Shore in northern Oahu, is lined with shops with shrimp farms. You should stop by during the drive and try it! Your hands will be sticky, but don't worry about it and eat it vigorously!