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Kahua Ranch

Before there was coffee, and before there were tourists, ranching and cattle dominated the slopes of the Big Island’s ancient volcanoes. Hawaiian cowboys (known as paniolo) were roping on these slopes before the American West was formed, and in the pastures of Kohala’s Kahua Ranch, visitors can harness the rugged romance of the Big Island’s paniolo past times.

Slip into the saddle and ride on horseback around the rolling green hills of Kohala, or rev up an iron horse ATV for a fast-paced tour of the terrain. By night, gather around the campfire and “talk story” with paniolo while enjoying an outdoor buffet, and gaze through telescopes at the blanket of stars that stretches over the ranch each night. Or, to get the feel for life as a ranch hand, test out the strength of your roping skills and toss some horseshoes in a grassy field with a drink to help keep you warm.