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Kekaha Kai State Park is a wonderfully wild and scenic stretch of coastline, with pristine Hawaii beaches connected by remote stretches of the Ala Kahakai Trail.
Mellow and secluded, Mahai'ula Beach has a long crescent of sand in a beautiful bay that offers decent swimming, at the southern end of Kekaha Kai State Park.
We are excited to be welcoming a group of students from Port Townsend High School in Washington to the Big Island on March 26, 2014. This 10-day experiential education program is part of the culminating senior project for one of the students. During their brief visit we will study the vast ecosystems and remarkable diversity of the Big Island, explore Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, swim/snorkel with dolphins in the open ocean, travel to the top of Mauna Kea and much more!
We offer personalized tours, camps and retreats throughout the year, including Diving Camp that includes PADI open water scuba certification, marine sciences and land-based adventures, and even meditation retreats for adults.
We will custom make a program to suit your particular interests, and we'll make it affordable! Come explore the Big Island with us. Use our Contact form if you, or a teen you know, might be interested! Aloha.
After fascinating visitors to the Pana'ewa Rainforest Zoo and Gardens near Hilo for more than 15 years, our beloved Namaste died on January 16, 2014. Please click on the link for the full story. For those who did not have a chance to meet Namaste, rest assured there are still plenty of wonderful animals, exotic birds and tropical plants to enjoy at the Pana'ewa zoo.
To swim with dolphins in Hawaii just might be the ultimate highlight of your Big Island vacation. We'll tell you where to go to have the best chance of spotting and swimming with dolphins.
Yellow Hawaiian hibiscus, the Hawaii State Flower, grows on all the main islands of Hawaii
Imiloa Astronomy Center in Hilo combines Hawaii culture and astronomy, paying tribute to the study of space and navigation by ancient Hawaiian explorers.
No less than 9 airlines offer flights to Hawaii Island. Plan ahead and make use of our handy travel guide, including airline choices and best times to fly.
The Big Island is home to five of the seven National Parks in Hawaii, including Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and the Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail.
Puukohola Heiau is one of the best preserved ancient temples in Hawaii, a fascinating historical remnant of the reign of Kamehameha the Great.
This Hawaii Big Island Travel Guide lets visitors share their own experiences and favorite Big Island vacation memories.
The view atop Mauna Kea volcano is out of this world as it towers nearly three miles above the coast. The summit serves as staging area for the largest astronomical observatory in the world.
Secluded and scenic, Manini Beach Park provides a relaxing alternative for those wishing to enjoy Kealakekua Bay in a more private setting, away from the crowds.
The beaches of Honaunau Bay hold the secrets of an ancient Hawaiian civilization at Pu'uhonua o Honaunau, while the undersea world offers some of the most rewarding diving and snorkeling in Hawaii.
Discover Lapakahi State Park, a historic fishing village that is one of the most well preserved settlements of ancient Hawaii.
There are 14 Hawaii State Parks, State Monuments and State Recreation Areas on the Big Island. Explore them all!
Honomalino Bay is home to one of the larger south Kona beaches. It's an easy hike with plenty of reward for your efforts.
Book a Hawaii Island cruise and discover a fascinating and entirely unique way to experience the Big Island.
Our Big Island Hawaii tours offer everything from ocean adventures to land excursions to airplane and helicopter tours. Come explore with us!
Scenic and serene, Anaeho'omalu Beach is a delightful place to explore or simply relax in the shade of a coconut palm.
Honokohau Beach is one of many fascinating areas to explore in Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park on the Big Island.
Following in the footsteps of ancient Hawaiians, the Ala Kahakai Trail traverses some of the most pristine coastline in Hawaii.
With 10 climatic zones on the Big Island, the Hawaii climate is uniquely diverse, including tropical rainforest, arid beaches and even polar tundra.
Wawaloli Beach north of Kona is long and wide, with lots of soft sand to play in and a magnificent tide pool that is protected from the ocean.
Kiholo Bay has a wide variety of stunning and unique features that make this a spectacular Hawaii hike.