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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
One’s love for the planet is an inseverable relationship. Please take the island of Hawaii Pono Pledge and ask your friends and family to do the same.More
Discover Hawaii and tour with one of our Interpretive Guides who will share a world of rain forests, waterfalls, cliff-side trails, rare birds, waterfalls and sunrises & sunsets atop Maunakea.
Kohala Zipline's Kohala Canopy Adventure features elevated suspension bridges, soaring tree platforms and thrilling ziplines. Whether you are a real zipline enthusiast or a first-time adventure seeker, the Kohala Canopy Adventure will be an unforgettable experience.
The Newest Big Island Zipline Tour- Cascading nearly 250 ft., one of the World's most spectacular waterfalls passes under your feet as you glide effortlessly through the air.
From our two mile long Zipline Through Paradise, to the only volcano tour on the Big Island chosen “BEST” by Princess Cruises the adventure of your dreams awaits with KapohoKine Adventures!
Sail down the Kona Coastline aboard our spacious vessel Hokulani. Snorkel in the pristine waters of the vibrant reef in Kealakekua Bay near the Captain Cook Monument. Join us for our nightly Manta Ray Snorkel Tour at the World Famous Manta Ray Village.
The nonprofit organization Kohala Institute manages about 2,400 acres in North Kohala including one of the island’s few remaining intact ahupuaa, called Iole.
Kanu Hawaii provides tools and opportunities for people to connect with one another — to take action that builds more compassionate and resilient communities across Hawaii.