Visit Us in Hawaii

Our bees need to fly 48,000 miles to produce one pound of raw organic hawaiian honey.

No matter how many miles you'll fly to reach the Big Island, you'll never forget your visit to Big Island Bees.

Experience Our Honey Farm

When you visit our honey farm in Hawaii, you will enter the world of bees and beekeeping. Take a beekeeping tour where you'll have a box seat on beekeeping in a safe and secure screened area (reservations recommended). Visit our museum and tasting room to explore the amazing world of bees and enjoy free sampling of our delicious, raw organic honeys. You can also browse our store full of honey, beeswax products and beekeeping memorabilia.

Come spend some time with us in this hidden corner of Hawaii. 120 million of our bees look forward to seeing you!

Make a Day of It

Make a day of it when you come to Big Island Bees by visiting some of the other notable sites nearby. These include Kealakekua Bay, where Captain Cook first stepped foot onto the island of Hawaii, an ancient heiau (temple), Pu’uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park, the Greenwell Kona Coffee Farms, and Amy B.H. Greenwell Ethnobotanical Garden. We look forward to seeing you soon!

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Hours & Directions

Beekeeping Tours: (limited space available; reservations recommended) Mon-Fri 10 am, 12 pm and 2 pm & Sat. 10 am and 12 pm or call for special arrangements

Museum & Tasting Room: Open daily Mon–Fri, 10 am to 4 pm and Saturday 10 am to 2 pm

To get here: From Kailua-Kona, head south on Highway 11. At the intersection of Napo’opo’o Road and Alii Drive, immediately south of mile 111, stay in the middle lane and proceed straight onto Napo’opo’o Rd. Continue on Napo’opo’o Road approximately 3.5 miles. Turn right at the stop sign to continue on Napo’opo’o Road. A half of a mile after the stop sign, turn right onto Meli Road (you will see our sign immediately before the turn). Follow Meli Road .2 miles and turn right at our gate.

82-1140 Meli Rd Suite 102, Captain Cook, HI 96704

Click here to watch a time-lapsed video of the drive following these directions to our farm.

Please use directions above or google maps. Do not follow GPS instructions.

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