Waterfall: Rainbow Falls

Waiānuenue, means Rainbow Water in Hawaiian. We call it Rainbow Falls and it is a major Hawaii Island Featured Attraction! On a sunny morning you can see the water droplets converge and create multiple rainbows around the base of the falls. The falls are located just out of the town Hilo, Hawaii… [read more…] More About […]

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Top of the world… Mauna Kea

Aloha! Mauna Kea Summit sits at 13,802 ft above sea level in elevation. That would definitely be considered a tall mountain in any place in the world! The vast majority of mountains in the world, including Mount Everest, start rising at a certain elevation from a valley floor. The valley floor that the other mountains begin at is […]

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The Place of REFUGE

This a great place to visit while you are on island. There is a flurry of information on the history of the Hawaiian people and the kapu system. There is a $5.00 parking fee and if your timing is right, you may get to join in on a guided tour from a Park Ranger. The […]

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Mysterious Waipio Valley

Waipi’o Valley is the biggest of seven large valleys in the North Hamakua District. The valley is a mile wide at the shoreline and about 6 miles deep. The valley is a stunning display of sheer beauty. I highly recommend a visit, at least to the look out area that does not require Four Wheel […]

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Big Island Statistics

Here are 25 facts about the Big Island most people don’t even know. Do you know where the most climate zones are found in the smallest area in the world? Do you know where the most isolated population center on the face of the earth is? I have put together some facts about Hawaii’s Biggest […]

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