From Hawaiian quilts and jewelry to handmade glass and rare koa wood bowls, you'll find plenty of unique, handcrafted keepsakes by local artisans on the island of Hawaiʻi. Whether you’re trying on designer aloha shirts or discovering art inspired by Pele’s fire, leave extra room in your suitcase for some mementos.
Browse the shopping malls and stores of Hilo, Historic Kailua Village and the Kohala Coast. Or visit south Kona’s Kealakekua Ranch Center, the Keauhou Shopping Center in Keauhou, the Queens’ MarketPlace, or The Kings’ Shops in the Waikoloa Beach Resort. Then get off the beaten path and visit the art galleries and boutiques in the small towns of Hōlualoa and Hāwī. And don't forget to bring home some Kona coffee, macadamia nuts, jams and other local flavored confections from specialty stores like Hilo Hattie, Big Island Candies and the Maunaloa Macadamia Nut Factory.
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