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Just to report a cool little web site to give you even more ideas about what to do when you come to the
Check out this web site:
A couple of the activities they suggest that we've had fun engaging in during our Island Times:
The Big Island has beautiful, striking landscapes, and, of course, an active volcano. One of the best ways
of seeing it is from the air.
The home of the Iron Man Triathlon has all kinds of highways and byways on which to ride, with the proverbial Kona tradewinds blowing in your hair.
View rare and endangered birds of Hawaii from tons of different angles among numerous guided tours to both Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea.
One of the best horseback rides in the entire country exists on the Big Island at Waipio Valley.
Hula Shows and Theatre
Kailua-Kona hosts some of the best hula shows on the islands (and don't forget the terrific luau feasts that's part of the show.
South of Kona, it's a chance to kayak with the dolphins and see the Captain Cook monument at Kealakekua Bay.
Snorkeling and Scuba Diving
Take your pick of great snorkeling and scuba spots. We're partial to the good folks at Jack's Diving Locker in Kona to help show you around.