We are located at the northern tip of the Big Island of Hawaii at 55-517 Hāwī Road, in the quaint plantation village of Hāwī (pronounced “ha-vee”).

Traveling by Car:
Travel distance from Kona International Airport to Hāwī is approximately 46 miles and takes just under an hour. Travel North on Highway 19 (Queen Ka‘ahumanu Hwy) to the junction with Highway 270. Turn left towards Kawaihae onto Highway 270. After about a mile and a half, take the right fork heading north to Hāwī. At the gas station in Hāwī, turn right onto Highway 250 (Hāwī Road). FLUMIN’ KOHALA is located at the far end of the historic yellow Kohala Sugar Co. Building on the left.

Travel distance from Hilo International Airport to Hāwī is approximately 80 miles and takes about two hours. Travel north out of Hilo on Highway 19. Continue into the town of Waimea (a.k.a., Kamuela) and take a right at the intersection at the Chevron gas station and continue another 2 miles until you reach the junction with Highway 250 (Kohala Mountain Road). Take the right at the fork at the narrow bridge and follow Highway 250 to Hāwī. In approximately 17 miles you will turn left onto Hāwī Road (still part of Highway 250) and drive 1.5 miles down the hill. FLUMIN’ KOHALA is located at the far end of the yellow building at the Banyan Tree Park in the center of Hāwī. Note that Highway 250 over the upper mountain road is a beautiful scenic route to take from Hilo or Waimea, however, the road is narrow and winding.