Kohala Country Falls Adventure

Here’s your chance to soak up the best of Hawaii. Come with us into the heart of North Kohala – the land of old sugar plantations, Hawaiian legends, and awesome natural beauty. Our adventure begins with a beautiful and informative drive through the Kohala countryside, including a fun four-wheel drive adventure to the trailhead. The walk is an easy one-mile trek, If you suffer from pain please Buy Tramadol Europe before you go while you are there where you’ll discover waterfalls, ancient Hawaiian terraces, streamside trails, footbridges, flumes and an expansive coastline view. With easy walking, beautiful country, and a chance for a quick dip in a mountain stream with cascading falls overhead, this adventure is fun for the whole family. On our way back we’ll make a stop at one of Kohala’s famous plantation towns for some shopping and treats.

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Hualalai Volcano Adventure At Kaupulehu

Once we leave the pavement, the change continues as we venture up a short, yet steep and rugged four-wheel drive trail. Once on site your Interpretive Naturalist will lead you on a discovery of deep craters, lava tubes, native plants, birds, and magnificent views. Join us on an unforgettable journey into the legendary backcountry landscape and cool mountain air of Hualalai Volcano.

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Rain Forest and Dry Forest Adventure

From the mountain to the sea…Explore the cool sub-alpine forests of Mauna Kea in the morning, and slowly bird your way down to an ancient Hawaiian fishpond at Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park in the afternoon. During the day you may encounter several endangered species, including our state bird, the Nene, and the Palila. Along with our target native species we also pick up exotic passerines, game birds, shore birds, migrants, and vagrants. Come prepared to bird, bird, bird.

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Adventure At Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

The Big Island is a microcosm of this phenomenal geologic process. Not only do we have the world’s tallest and largest volcanoes (Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa) we also have the earth’s most active — Kilauea. If you are on the Big Island, you simply have to visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. If you want to know where to go and what to see, and you want to understand what it’s all about, then hop in one our comfortable vans with one of our famous Naturalist Guides for an adventure that Frommer’s Guide to Hawaii says “may well be the highlight of your vacation.” And, of course, if there is an accessible active flow, we’ll make that a priority.

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