Hawaii Adventure & Romance Magazine – 5 Day Planner

Big Island Visitors Bureau (BIVB) / Kirk Lee Aeder

Welcome to Day 1 of Vacation Planner for the Big Island of Hawaii

Day One: Island-wide

Time to relax and unwind from your flight and. Garb some sunscreen, hats, towels, bathing suits and snorkel gear and plan and enjoy a day at the awesome beaches of the Big Island. Click HERE to read article.

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Welcome to Day 2 of Vacation Planner for the Big Island of Hawaii

Day Two: Island-wide

Visit a waterfall. There are many ways to experience the waterfalls. Go on your own. Rappel or Zipline, or ride and ATV to one. Choose from: Botanical World Adventures (808) 963-5427 or The Umauma Experience (808) 201-6140 or Hawaii Forest and Trail (808) 400-5772. Click HERE to read article.

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Welcome to Day 3 of Vacation Planner for the Big Island of Hawaii

Day Three: Island-wide

Take a morning boat trip. The conditions are perfect for snorkeling and seeing Spinner Dolphins. Whale Watch (Nov-Apr), Go on a night manta ray Snorkel. For tour options call: Body Glove Cruises (888) 208-1683, or Sunlight on Water (808) 896-2480, or Dolphin Discoveries (808) 322-8000, or Fair Wind Cruises (808) 345-4348, or Sea Paradise (808) 322-2500, or Kona Boat Rentals (808) 326-9155. Click HERE to read article.

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Welcome to Day 4 of Vacation Planner for the Big Island of Hawaii

Day Four: Island-wide

Visit Volcanoes National Park. Take a guided tour via a luxury van tour. Call Kailani Tours (808) 938-4057, or soar above the volcano on a helicopter tour with Safari Helicopters (808) 969-1259. Click HERE to read article.

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Welcome to Day 5 of Vacation Planner for the Big Island of Hawaii

Day Five: Island-wide

Visit Hawaii Parks.
Kaloko Honokohau National Park, near Kona Inter. Airport, is a coastal park to learn about early Hawaiians on the Kona coast. Kealakekua Bay State Park, is a perfect setting for snorkeling, scuba diving and kayaking. 12 miles south of Kailua-Kona. The white Captain Cook monument is across the bay. Puuhonua o Honaunau National Park, is on Hwy 160 at Honaunau Bay in South Kona. This historical City of Refuge is where ancient Hawaiians who broke the kapu laws could avoid death by fleeing to. Puukohola Heiau National Historic Site, on the Kohala Coast, near Kwaihae Harbor, preserves the last major Hawaiian temple site. Lapakahi State Historical Park, is an Ancient Hawaiian fishing village, 11 miles north of Kawaihae on Highway 270.

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