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20 Things to Do on the Big Island Under $20 – Page 4

16)  Tour a Coffee Farm and Get Free Samples COST:  Free or sometimes $5 depending on where you go The Kona Coast offers some of the most elite coffee in the world!  You can not only tour these farms but oftentimes get free samples of fresh coffee.  And when we say...

20 Things to Do on the Big Island Under $20 – Part 3

11)  Swim in a Volcanically Heated Pool All the Hawaiian Islands were formed with volcanoes, and the Big Island continues to be formed by fresh flowing lava.  Because of the energy of the volcano below the earth, the fresh waters in parts of the island are heated by...

20 Things to Do on the Big Island Under $20 – Part 2

Much of this park area was planted in Banyan Trees around the 30's by sports figures, politicians and famous American people 6.  Stroll through Banyan Tree Drive Cost:  FREE The Banyan Tree Park in Hilo has been there for decades with the huge banyan trees planted by...

20 Things to Do on the Big Island Under $20 – Part 1

The Big Island on a Budget The Big Island is so naturally filled with beauty and adventure that much of what you may desire to do will be possible even for those on a budget.  There are mountains, oceans, rivers, beaches, desert and so much more!  Check out this Top...

Sip Premium Kona Coffee

Kona Coffee--One of the Most Premium Coffees in the World! Who knew that a Volcano blow in 1801 would provide some of the most fertile conditions for the best coffee in the world?  Grown on the misty slopes of the Hualalai volcano, the conditions are ideal for the...

Mauna Kea Beach

Mauna Kea beach is another beach often ranked as the top in the US (second only to Hapuna Beach which is also found on the Big Island).  It's super soft white sand, clear blue waters and palm tree shaded picnic areas are everything you could want in a beach in...

5 Big Island Adventures You Probably Don’t Know About

When people think the Big Island of Hawaii, they think sun and fun in the ocean waters.  And while that is true, there is so much more to the Big Island.  Here are 5 Adventures you  might not know about that you can do in the Big Island: 1.  Hunting Big Game Big Game...

Greenwell Kona Coffee Farm

This farm has been on the island since 1850 and stayed in the Greenwell family for generations.  Because of its rich history it is on the National Register of Historic Places. The farm continues to sit on the same land that was originally cultivated in the 1800's. ...

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