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One of the most popular attractions in all of the islands is at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, found in the island’s southeastern regions of Kau and Puna.More
From the birthplace of King Kamehameha to the birthplace of paniolo, the island of Hawaii is home to some of the most historic places in Hawaii.More
The crystal clear waters off the coast of the island of Hawaii offer plenty of opportunities for underwater exploration.More
The oldest Air Tour Company in Hawaii, flying one of the newest, safest state of the air aircraft. Enjoy First class; no extra charge, everyone gets a window seat in air conditioned comfort. Offering the lowest priced, complete Big Island Air tours, see Kilauea Volcano on all of our tour options.
3-hour tours, specializing in professional year-round whale watches, learning adventures. Guaranteed sighting or come again free. Free 8z11 color whale photo. See Hawaii's abundant whales and dolphins with the people who know them best.
Ride a real Navy Seal Assault Boat. This is an exhilarating adventure ride/snorkel trip to remote and secluded areas along the Kona coast, combined with a fast boat ride and animal close encounters. (dolphin,whale watch, shark)
Greenwell Farms offers farm tours continuously from 8:30am through 4:30pm Monday through Sunday. Take an interesting personal walking tour of coffee fields and the processing facilities, enjoy free samples of various coffee products, and see a working Kona coffee farm.
Kau Coffee Mill is a grower and producer of coffee with 100 acres in production. Provides a full range of services from pulping to roasting for local farmers. A visitors center and retail store is located at the Mill and is open 7 days a week to sell our roasted coffees and macadamia nuts.
Adventures in Paradise Snorkeling Guide books agree the best snorkeling in Hawaii is Capt Cook Monument in Kealakekua Bay on the big island. More fish, coral, dolphins & calmer waters make this a snorkeling oasis.