10Best Big Island, HI Shopping
The small shop called Jungle Love is as unique as the community it's in - colorful, wild, eclectic and fun.
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New & Notable Big Island Shopping
Hot, new shopping in Big Island & trendy shopping spots to check out this month.
The Big Island is all about buying local, and farmers markets are a direct conduit to locally grown food and handmade goods. Hilo Coffee Mill's farmers market takes place in the backyard of the mill on Saturdays. The weekly event offers produce and ready-to-eat meals as well as gifts, souvenirs and live music. Read more »All New & Notable Big Island Shopping »
Sun Your Buns is a unique boutique in Hilo on the Big Island. Part consignment clothing store, and part brand new bikini shop, Sun Your Buns offers a wide array of affordable and trendy clothing, accessories and swim suits. Offering what local girls see as the best bathing suit selection in Hilo, Sun Your Buns is a not-to-miss shop before hitting the beach. Read more »All New & Notable Big Island Shopping »
About Big Island, HI Shopping
Hawaii may be about nature, beaches, sun, sand and surf, but let's not underestimate the power of retail therapy. The Big Island may be known as a place where raw nature dominates the land scape, but shopping here is not to be ignored. Whether you're in search of locally made crafts at outdoor farmers markets, or a diamond ring for a Hawaiian proposal - you are in luck.
From Tiffany's at the King's Shop neighboring luxuries such as Coach, to surf shops at Prince Kuhio Plaza in Hilo, any of your shopping desires will be met. If you're looking for fresh, locally grown produce and locally crafted arts, then stop by the Kona Farmers Market or the Maku`u Farmers Market. For unique local and imported trinkets, house wares and clothing drop by Jungle Love, a diamond in the rough along the Puna Coast.
Here at 10 Best we want to help guide you in the direction you want and find what you're looking for so we're giving you low down. Just don't forget about those extra baggage fees when headed home.
- Big Island Expert Jade Eckardt