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Hill of Long Life: Hiking to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park’s Puu Loa Petroglyph Field

Hill of Long Life: Hiking to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park’s Puu Loa Petroglyph Field

Posted on September 25, 2015

Story by Vanessa Chiasson A feathery cape. The billowing sail of a canoe. The squiggly flash of a lizard. You may have come to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to satisfy the child within, hunt down fiery lava and stalk ancient eruptions. But it’s your inner artist who will be squealing with glee on a hike [...]

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3 Great Places to Take in Some Hawaii Island History

3 Great Places to Take in Some Hawaii Island History

Posted on August 31, 2015

Story by Derek Paiva Who were the first farmers to see the potential for growing coffee on the Kona Coast? What were the everyday lives of early Hawaiians and American missionaries like in early 19th century Hilo? Who was Hawaii Island’s and Waimea town’s “First Lady of Ranching?” The answers to every one of these [...]

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Concierge Approved: What Hawaii Scenic Spots Do You Like to Recommend to Visitors?

Concierge Approved: What Hawaii Scenic Spots Do You Like to Recommend to Visitors?

Posted on August 21, 2015

Compiled by Derek Paiva When it comes to getting a list of all of the must-see scenic spots on whichever Hawaiian Island you’re vacationing on, there’s perhaps no better individual to chat with than your friendly, knowledgeable hotel or resort concierge. After all, chances are good your concierge will likely 1) be a longtime island [...]

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3 MORE Hawaii Island Scenic Spots You (Likely) Haven’t Visited Yet

3 MORE Hawaii Island Scenic Spots You (Likely) Haven’t Visited Yet

Posted on August 11, 2015

Story by Derek Paiva Last week in this space, I shared a compendium of “3 Hawaii Island Scenic Spots You (Likely) Haven’t Visited Yet” but should. The idea behind the list was simple. Even if you think you’ve been to all of the Hawaii Island scenic spots everyone says are must-sees, there are always more. [...]

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3 Hawaii Island Scenic Spots You (Likely) Haven’t Visited Yet

3 Hawaii Island Scenic Spots You (Likely) Haven’t Visited Yet

Posted on July 31, 2015

Story by Derek Paiva So, you’re headed back to Hawaii Island for a nice, long vacation. You’ve been to all of the breathtaking scenic spots everybody says are must-sees — the Waipio Valley and Pololu Valley lookouts, the evening glow of molten lava from the Halemaumau Crater overlook in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. You’ve seen [...]

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An Excursion to Hawaii Island’s Stunning Pololu Valley

An Excursion to Hawaii Island’s Stunning Pololu Valley

Posted on July 21, 2015

Story by Andrew Collins An end-of-the-road destination on Hawaii Island’s spectacular — and relatively little-visited — North Kohala Coast, wonderfully picturesque Pololu Valley and its secluded black sand beach provide a memorable adventure for folks seeking them out. And part of the fun of visiting the dramatic valley is getting there. [Check out my “A North Kohala [...]

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A North Kohala Road (and Food) Trip

A North Kohala Road (and Food) Trip

Posted on July 14, 2015

Story by Andrew Collins Even with all of Hawaii Island’s breathtakingly varied and memorable scenery, from the indigo lava beds of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park to the sugary beaches of the Kona Coast, it’s hard to beat the lush, pristine countryside dominating North Kohala, the northernmost tip of the island. Relatively few visitors make the [...]

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The Art [and Science] of the Mixed Plate

The Art [and Science] of the Mixed Plate

Posted on June 30, 2015

No matter which Hawaiian Island you visit, one meal you should definitely seek out and try is the mixed-plate version of the Hawaii plate lunch. With so many combinations of local comfort food to choose from, there is a mixed plate for just about every taste. If you’re visiting Hawaii for a vacation (or anything [...]

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A Concierge’s Guide to Hawaii Plate Lunch Spots

A Concierge’s Guide to Hawaii Plate Lunch Spots

Posted on June 29, 2015

Many Hawaii residents and visitors insist that time spent in the Islands isn’t complete without sampling that quintessential of local meals: the plate lunch. Appetite sating, near always affordable and ever delicious, the basic plate lunch formula calls for two scoops of sticky white rice and a scoop of macaroni salad (or mixed greens, if [...]

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Hawaii Marine Life Stars in ABC Series “Ocean Mysteries”

Hawaii Marine Life Stars in ABC Series “Ocean Mysteries”

Posted on June 18, 2015

Tracking the movement of tiger sharks in Maui waters and night diving with manta rays off Hawaii Island’s Kona Coast. Yup. Chalk these up to another couple of days and aquatic adventures in the life of noted animal and nature conservationist Jeff Corwin for his Emmy-winning ABC series “Ocean Mysteries.” After watching the series’ two [...]

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