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  • Mountain Thunder Coffee Plantation

    There’s Kona coffee, and then there’s Kona coffee. Mountain Thunder is one of the best, producing 100% Kona coffee that has won more than 16 awards in just five years. Organic Kona coffee is one of the company’s specialties, and the coffee is even certified kosher. Come on up for ... read more >>
  • National Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority

    The world’s premier ocean science and technology park, the National Energy Laboratory of Hawaii Authority (NELHA) develops sustainable industries using the sun, seawater and ingenuity. The Friends of NELHA offer public presentations on the organization’s history, goals, activities and ... read more >>
  • Pacific Tsunami Museum

    Hilo has more than once seen the devastation a tsunami can cause—it was virtually destroyed by a tsunami in 1946—and thus today is the home of the well-regarded Pacific Tsunami Museum. Learn about Hilo’s history and the nature of tsunamis in gripping detail through exhibits, ... read more >>
  • Palace Theater

    Open since 1925, the lovely art-deco Palace Theater is the highlight of Hilo Town. The theater shows the best of new and vintage films, plus hosts an exciting range of live performances and touring productions from taiko drumming to full-blown musicals. Visitors take note: Every Wednesday morning, ... read more >>
  • Paleaku Gardens & Peace Sanctuary

    Find serenity at Paleaku Peace Gardens Sanctuary, a 7-acre tropical paradise overlooking Kealakekua Bay. Enjoy greenhouses with a display of tropical plants, including orchids, walk paths that lead to tranquil vistas and explore the world’s first “galaxy garden,” with ancient ... read more >>
  • Paradise Helicopters Hawaii Island

    A Truly Hawaiian Experience This locally owned and operated company was founded in Hawai‘i in 1997. Over their years of operations in the Hawaiian Islands, many relationships and partnerships formed with communities in which they operate allowing them to offer much more than lava, rainbows, and ... read more >>
  • Parker Ranch Museum

    Head for the Parker Ranch Visitor Center that houses the Parker Ranch Museum which displays items that have been used throughout six generations of Parker family history. The paniolo (cowboy) tradition in North Kohala began here in 1809 when John Parker, a 19-year-old New England sailor, jumped ... read more >>
  • Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park

    The Big Island is home to a unique site: Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park, an authentic archeological site that in ancient times served as a sacred sanctuary for those who had broken the law. The restored oceanfront site includes large tikis, thatched buildings and educational ... read more >>
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