Hawaii is world famous for its stunning natural landscapes, its active volcanoes, its lush greenery, its warm blue waters, and in some cases, it’s throbbing cultural nightlife. Now that you’ve made it to the Big Island, where to begin? The Big ... 

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A Whale Tail

March 2015

Diane Z
Canada

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Parkas included

November 2014

They get your size and furnish you with a parka to wear, as it gets very cold when the sun goes down

Observatory

November 2014

Not open to the public, but there are several on top of the mountain.

Transportation

November 2014

They used a small bus to take us to the top. I like the idea of small groups

Hilo Waterfalls

November 2014

Mary and Covey at the last stop of the day in Hilo.

State Flower

November 2014

While shopping at Big Island Flowers we saw this beautiful yellow hibiscus.

Endangered Sea Turtle

November 2014

Turtle at the black sand beach.

Totem Pole

November 2014

Our first stop at the coffee plantation.

Sunset at Mauna Kea

August 2014

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The most beautiful sunset I have ever seen.

Mauna Kea

August 2014

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Don't forget to bundle up - it gets REALLY cold!

On the top of Mauna Kea

August 2014

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As the sun starts to set

Lava Tube Sign

August 2014

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This way!

Inside the Lava Tube

August 2014

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Investigating the ceiling of the Lava Tube

Lava Tube

August 2014

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Near Kona Coffee

Entrance of Lava Tube

August 2014

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Near Kona Coffee

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