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Kau

April 8, 2015| By

Kau is the southernmost district on The Big Island, making it the southernmost point in the United States of America. Part of the Hawaii Volcano National Park is located in Kau. Punaluu Black Sand Beach can often be seen with endangered Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles basking in the sun. South Point or Ka lae in […]

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Puna

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Puna is home to many endemic and robust plants of Hawaii, vastly attributed to its climate. Much of the volcanic (Hawaii Volcano National Park) activity is attributed to happening in Puna and continues to make changes to the landscape. Kilauea is the name of the volcano in this area and is considered to be one […]

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Hilo

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Hilo might be considered the only city on The Big Island. Upon entrance of Hilo is a short drive to Rainbow (water) Falls at about 80-ft in height. Hilo plays host to the biggest Hula festival in the world (The Merrie Monarch) each year in the month of April. The week long festival is dedicated […]

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Hamakua

April 7, 2015| By

The Hamakua Coast is saturated in pure lushness. It is not uncommon to pass through this district and experience a cool breeze, light rain or a combination of both, resulting in an eerie but heavenly mist. Head on over to Waipio Valley Lookout and see 2000ft face cliffs covered in tropical fauna. In the distance, […]

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Kohala

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Venturing north towards The Big Island’s “Gold Coast” provides an opportunity to see a partially restored Hawaiian fishpond (Honokohau Settlement and Kaloko-Honokohau National Historic Park). On The Big Island, Kohala Coast is referred to as the “Gold Coast” for lavish hotels, extravagant scenic golf adventures, and, previous lava flows. The Gold Coast tends to be […]

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Kona

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It is said after the death of Keawe‘īkekahiali‘iokamoku, his bones (iwi) were housed on the west side of the island (Kona) at The City of Refuge (Puuhonua O Honaunau) National Historic Park.  A few miles north of the city of refuge on January 18, 1778, Captain James Cook landed in Kealekekua Bay, making him the […]

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