From volcanoes to wetlands, exploring the national parks and historic sites on the Big Island is a great way to experience the diverse beauty the island offers.
Mauna Kea sunsets will truly take your breath away with the picturesque scenery and color-changing sky; check out our list of the best locations for unbelievable sunset viewings at Mauna Kea.
With cascading waterfalls, lush rainforests, snow-capped peaks, and Kilauea, the [...]
The Island of Hawaii is lush with beaches, waterfalls, tropical rainforests, stark lava landscapes, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, plus rich history and culture, which makes it the best Hawaiian island to visit.
Mauna Kea has recently partnered with Gray Malin as part of the photographer’s latest series: “Gray Malin at Mauna Kea,” which brings the hotel to life and guarantees a dose of nostalgia for Mauna Kea vacations to come.
With awe-inspiring views of lava fields from long ago, dramatic sea views, and ample golf resorts to choose from, Hawaii’s Kohala Coast is one of the best places in North America to play golf.
Start and finish each day in paradise at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, an award-winning Kohala Coast resort property with a world-renowned golf course, the isle’s top-rated luau, and, as mentioned above, the prettiest beach on the Island of Hawaii.
One of Mauna Kea’s oft-forgotten features is its instant access to the Ala Kahakai Trail. This 175-mile-long path wraps around the island’s western rim from ʻUpolu Point to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Winter in Hawaii looks and feels something like this: 82 degrees, seemingly endless sunshine, refreshing ocean breezes, and bottomless Fredrico cocktails.
In recent months, we’ve written extensively about the many ways to explore and relax on the “Big Island” while also remaining safe and socially distanced. Many outdoorsy Island of Hawaii activities naturally promote social distancing, such as backcountry hiking, championship golf, horseback riding, beach relaxation, and countryside cycling.