Big Island

Aloha! Do you know where the Tallest mountain and second tallest mountain are from the base to top in the whole world? Do you know where the 13th tallest waterfall in the world is? Do you know where "National Geographic" pick for #10 Beach in the world is? Do you know where the most climate …

Thurston Lava Tube

The Thurston Lava Tube definitely qualifies for inclusion in our Featured Attractions here on the Big Island! It is located in the heart of the Hawai'i Volcano National Forest. The Thurston Lava Tube is a 600 foot naturally formed cave-like "Lava Tube" that has long been dry and has a walking trail through it with …

Mauna Kea Summit

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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 …

Wave of 31 Earthquakes hits Kīlauea Volcano

Low growing Coffee plant in Kailua Kona Hawaii

March 6, 2017 A wave of small earthquakes were reported Sunday morning along the upper East Rift Zone of the Kīlauea Volcano. The US Geological Survey’s Hawaiian Volcano Observatory reported  just before 6 a.m. HST Sunday morning, March 5, 2017, a grouping of 31 earthquakes over a period of about 42 minutes occurred. The eight largest events …

Traveling Tours

Coach Tours in Kona Hawaii

  ALOHA!! Traveling coach tours are an option many people enjoy for many different reasons. These organized tours take you through a knowledge filled journey from one destination to the next without having to drive and get lost. Here on the Big Island of Hawaii the Guided luxury coaches will take you to Kilauea, the …