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Papakolea
(green sand beach)

Located at the southern point of the island, green sand awaits to meet your feet in a secluded setting that you won't experience like any other beach...

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waipi'o valley

Waipiʻo Valley is a valley located in the Hamakua District of the Big Island of Hawaiʻi. "Waipiʻo" means "curved water" in the Hawaiian language.

carlsmith beach

The area consists of several large lagoons where you can often spot "honu" or (sea turtles). This area is perfect for picnics, snorkeling, and swimming!

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volcanoes national park

 Discover 150 miles of hiking trails through volcanic craters, scalded deserts and rainforests, as well as a visitor center, petroglyphs and two active volcanoes: Maunaloa, which last erupted in 1984 and and Kilauea which last erupted in 2018 (1983-2018). 

horseback
riding

Take your adventure to the next level and experience the island on the back of one of the majestic island horses and see the local scenery.

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Manta Ray

swim with manta rays

As the evening falls, the Manta Rays start emerging and that's when we gear up and go take a swim with them! 

summit mauna kea

With its high elevation, dry environment, and stable airflow, Mauna Kea's summit is one of the best sites in the world for astronomical observation sitting 13,800 feet above sea level that makes for an epic sunrise/sunset? Look no further!

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STARGaZING AT 
mauna kea

With its high elevation, dry environment, and stable airflow, Mauna Kea's summit is one of the best sites in the world for astronomical observation sitting 13,800 feet above sea level that makes for an epic evening of counting stars!

Pe'epe'e Falls & Boiling pot

Pe'e Pe'e Falls (pronounced Peh-eh Peh-eh Falls) is fed by the Wailuku River which also feeds Rainbow Falls further down river.

Getting an up-close view of Pe'e Pe'e requires a hike down a hill and little bit of rock skipping. The flow of the falls is also determined by rainfall. 

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REAL HAWAII ADVENTURES

captain cook monument

British Sea Captain James Cook, thought to be the first Westerner to set sight on the Hawaiian Islands, spotted the islands of Oʻahu and Kauaʻi on Jan. 18, 1778. Two days later, he anchored in Waimea Bay off Kauaʻi. Come experience this historical location!

kona cloud forest guided walking tours

 This very special sanctuary protects plants, birds and the human spirit with its peaceful isolation and cool climate. As you walk through the forest trail, under the canopy of 30 foot tall tree ferns, palm trees, Ohia and bamboo, you will be fascinated by the songs of birds and colorful blossoms.

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REAL HAWAII ADVENTURES

KULA KAI CAVERNS

Kula Kai Caverns is located down slope Mauna Loa near South Point on the Big Island of Hawaii. Kula Kai Caverns offers a spectacular adventure inside 1000 year old lava tubes.

COCONUT ISLAND

Coconut Island, or Moku Ola is a small island in Hilo Bay, just offshore from Lili'uokalani Park and Gardens, in Hilo, off the island of Hawaii. It is a small park, and is connected to the main island via a footbridge. The island includes a large grassy field, picnic areas, restroom facilities, and a few tiny sandy beaches. A popular recreational activity is to jump off the tower into the waters of Hilo Bay.

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POLOLU VALLEY LOOKOUT

Horses graze on the hillside as you look out at the small island outcroppings sitting in the waters offshore and the lovely black sand beach at the mouth of the valley. You can take a 25-minute hike down to the valley floor and the black sand beach, although swimming is discouraged because of strong currents. 

This spiritual sanctuary, commemorated today as Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park, was protected by Lono, the God of life. Today, the puʻuhonua continues to serve as a refuge for all peoples in our modern world.

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REAL HAWAII ADVENTURES

This beach is within an old fishing village. It is well known to the island residents and does have an important place in history. This park is in a very secluded scenic location where locals usually enjoy the basketball courts and ocean.

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