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10 Things You Might Not Know About Big Island’s Waipi’o Valley

Waipi'o Valley is one of the Big Island's most special treasures, adored by locals and visitors alike. Whether you're hiking or 4-wheel driving to hang...

Fishing & Reminiscing: Memories of Fishing on the Kona Coast

 One of the first things people think of when thinking about Hawaii is our ocean. The Big Island has 266 miles of coastline with coral...

These are the Best West Hawai’i Beaches for 4th of July Barbecues

COVID-19 has substantially impacted events across the state of Hawaii. Necessitated by Department of Health guidelines, large community events have been cancelled. The Big Island...

Kolekole Beach Park Quietly Reopens for Big Islander Use

    For those of us who have been eagerly awaiting the reopening of a favorite East Hawai‘i recreational area, our wait is over, at...

Big Islanders, Go Howl at the Super Pink Moon TONIGHT!

Tonight is the perfect night to break up the monotony of being stuck at home -- on Tuesday, April 7 the brightest supermoon of the...

Coffee, Canoes, and More: Learn About Kona’s Rich History at These Kona Historical Society Events

The Kona Historical Society is a community-based, 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and Smithsonian Museum affiliate that has spent the past four decades collecting, preserving, and sharing...

Nāhuku-Thurston Lava Tube is Open to Visitors Again! Here’s What You Need to Know About This Big Island Wonder

One of the Big Island’s most fascinating natural wonders is back open for business. Guests of the Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park (HVNP) can once again...

Only up Mauka: Pu’u O’o Trail | Living Hilo Style

It’s summer, are your kids going crazy at home yet? Get them off their devices and force, I mean encourage them to go on a...

Interview: Michael Dishman, Hawai’i Island’s Ecotour Guide of the Year

Each year the Sustainable Tourism Association of Hawai’i recognizes businesses and individuals who help to uplift their mission “to protect Hawaii’s unique environment and culture...

Wild Hawaiʻi: 9 Amazing Flora and Fauna on the Big Island (Warning: #8 May Creep You Out!)

Hawaii is home to a plethora of incredible plants and animals, from giant humpback whales and spotted sea turtles to passion flowers and mountain apples....

Trick Or Treat Special: Old Hilo Hospital, Babies Cry

*All pictures in this story are the property of Kahuna Research Group This article is brought to you by the Kahuna Research Group Kahuna Research Group visited...

Expert Backpackers: Try Ainapo Cabin

To hike to the cabin from the base of the Ainapo Trail it will take the average hiker 2 to 3 hours. If you want...

Kiholo State Park Reserve

This hidden gem is also known as Kiholo Bay, and can be seen from a scenic point off of Highway 19-mile marker 81. If you’re...

Must-See: Papakolea Green Sands Beach

Intro: Picture this: a quaint single lane drive south on highway 11 leads to the southernmost point of the United States. This rural portion of...

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