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From snorkeling and sandcastle building on sun-soaked beaches to exploring aquariums and fishponds, there are seemingly endless ways to connect with the family in the Hawaiian Islands.More
The Hawai‘i Wildlife Center (HWC) is a state-of-the-art native wildlife hospital and rehabilitation center. The facility features a science and discovery center and retail store. Science center admission is free. Donations are welcome. Public hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Hawaii Pacific Parks is a non-profit cooperating association working in partnership with the National Park Service in Hawaii and in American Samoa. Proceeds from our bookstores support interpretive and educational programs, research projects, publications, and cultural activities.
Jack's Diving Locker, established in 1981, offers a wide range of Scuba and Snorkel boat charters, PADI Scuba classes for Adults, Juniors along with Specialty and Pro courses designed to match your schedule and experience.
Rooster Farms is the Oldest Organic Farm in Hawaii and has won prestigious cupping contests. Come visit our agroforest with Ed Chen, a Columbia educated Environmental Engineer for a farm tour, agricultural education, and Tara Cronin, a exhibited photographer on big island to learn about Kona coffee!
Experience Polynesian culture at the Drums of the Pacific Luau located at the Hyatt Regency Maui. Enjoy song and dance from the islands of Polynesia, including an all-you-can-eat buffet with traditional island fare, authentic imu ceremony, and three-man Samoan fire-knife dance, all oceanside.
The Umauma Falls and ZipLine Experience is Hawaii's best 9-Line zipline experience. Enjoy beautiful ocean views and lush tropical vegetation while you zip over 14 waterfalls, including the famous triple-tier Umauma Falls and almost 2 miles of ziplining excitement. It's an experience of a lifetime!
Flumin' Kohala offers you a rare opportunity to explore this remarkable hand-wrought wonder of the Kohala Ditch system and the pristine Hawaiian landscape it crosses. You'll soar high over rushing streams, float across the mountain side via elevated flumes.
Get an aerial view of tropical forests, pineapple fields, and a 50-foot waterfall. With nearly two miles of parallel zipping, Kapalua’s zipline course is one of the country’s largest. Kapalua Ziplines guests fly across lush valleys on the West Maui Mountains.