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Mauna Kea Summit Small Group Stargazing Tour from Hilo
"The drive to the summit of Mauna Kea is one you’ll never forget. Mauna Kea is the world’s tallest mountain rising more than 32000 feet (9754 meters) from the ocean floor to its summit which is considered by many Hawaiians to be the most sacred place in all the islands. The road climbs 13796 feet (4205 meters) above sea level. You’ll stand in awe at both nature’s sublime creation and man’s astonishing technological achievements.After your pickup in Hilo (anywhere within city limits)
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Mauna Kea Summit and Stars Kona and Waikoloa - Small Group Tour
"The drive to the summit of Mauna Kea is one you’ll never forget. It’s hard to believe you’re in Hawaii as you climb to 13796 feet above sea level. Once at the summit we are afforded spectacular views of the horizon Haleakala on Maui Mauna Loa and Hualalai and Mauna Kea’s world-class array of telescopes. Mauna Kea is the world’s tallest mountain rising over 32000 feet from the ocean floor to its summit
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Kona Shore Excursion: Kona Coffee Chocolate and City of Refuge Small Group
"Kona Coffee Farm - See Production & Sample Coffee City of Refuge - Pu`uhonua O Hōnaunau National Historical Park Beautiful White Sand Beach Kona Chocolate Factory- See Production & Sample Chocolates Kea Shop on Alii Dr. or return back to ship. There are plenty of tasty treats to discover in and around sunny Kailua-Kona. As we make our way through this rugged landscape of old lava fields we enter into Kealakekua which hosts one of the most or as it is nick named because Father John painted the interior of the church with 3D depictions from the 1800’s.Next to visit is Puuhonua O Honaunau also known as the city of refuge and is the most famous and best preserved of Hawaii’s ancient p you’ll encounter canoe builders constructing an outrigger canoe the way it was built in ancient times. There are demonstrations of traditional Hawaiian games including spear throwing competitions. Examine a massive L-shaped wall built around 1550 from thousands of lava rocks which separated the chief’s home from the puuhonua. Inside this 1
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Waterfalls

We took a day to explore the other side. Our first trip to the island we spent the day on the other side with volcanos and walking to see lava . This time we explored botanical gardens and water fall...
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Akaka falls state park

The walk to see the falls wasn't far but it was hot and humid ... and raining off and on. there were stairs and with the rain the path to the falls was a bit slippery. the falls was nice and take...
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Big Island Candies Factory

On the afternoon tour, our driver Rob took us to a candy company where we could see candy being made and we bought some. I don't remember what we bought and we ate it before we got back to the...
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Tropical Botanical Gardens

Botanical garden was impressive .. come prepared .. it was rainy when we visited don't know if thats common but be prepared. take camera as lots to see .. but it was hot and humid .. bug spray is a...
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Helicopter Rides

We went out on the pier to meet with our group. A black dude came into the terminal and weighed us on a scale. The rules said that if you were over 250 lbs that you would be charged extra. My grandson...
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Rainbow falls

Our last stop before heading back across the island to our resort was rainbow falls, The walk was short to view the falls .. you could walk up stairs to get other angle but it was HOT and Humid and...
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Lili'uokalani Gardens

On Banyan Drive, right next to the Hilo Hawaiian Hotel, there is a quanit Japanese garden, dedicated to Queen Lili'uokalani, who loved gardens. This offered a nice, short stroll from the hotel (about...
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Hula Festival

Every year in April, Hilo becomes over run with hula fanatics from around the globe. Some cities honor potatoes, chili, raspberries, tofu, or even bull testicles. Hilo honors hula for a week. The...
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