Tag: big island

  • Craters, Rainbow Falls & Painted Church – Big Island, Hawaii-UHD 4K

    There are some minor attractions on the Big Island of Hawaii that are not are as glamorous as others. If you want a quick preview if you are considering stopping by, or if you have already been to Hawaii and missed these for whatever reason, here is a quick glimpse. There are many craters on […]

  • Four Mile Scenic Drive (Route) -On Big Island, Hawaii-UHD 4K

    A lot of people are saying this 4 mile scenic drive on the Hāmākua Coast is a must do drive. Well, if did not have the time or for whatever the reason you missed the drive, here is the virtual drive for your enjoyment. We recommend you driving there yourself because the video does not […]

  • Heiau-Pololu Valley Lookout-King Kamehameha Statue-On Big Island, Hawaii-UHD 4K

    This video shows the Puukohola Heiau, the Pololu Valley Lookout and the king Kamehameha Statue. This National Historic Site is home to one of the largest restored heiau (temple) in Hawaii and is part of the National Park System. Heiau were sacred places of worship for Native Hawaiians, and Puukohola Heiau was a site built […]

  • Lava Tree Park On Big Island, Hawaii-UHD 4K

    This unusual volcanic feature is the result of a lava flow that swept through this forested area and left behind lava molds of the tree trunks. Lava Tree State Monument is a park on the island of Hawaii. It takes about 30 min to complete the walk around the park. There is no charge for […]

  • Ancient Wonder: Petroglyph Sites On Big Island, Hawai-UHD 4K

    Visited 2 petroglyph sites in the Big Island of Hawaii. The Big Island contains the largest number of petroglyphs, or prehistoric rock carvings, in the state of Hawaii as well as the Pacific region. Puakō Petroglyph Archeological Preserve, a 233-acre preservation area located near the Mauna Lani Resort in South Kohala, is home to the […]

  • Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park In Big Island, Hawai-UHD 4K

    Visited the Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park on the west coast of the Big Island of Hawaiʻi. This for Hawaiians who broke a kapu (one of the ancient laws) could avoid certain death by fleeing to this place of refuge or puʻuhonua. The offender would be absolved by a priest and freed to leave. […]

  • Akaka Falls In Big Island, Hawai-UHD 4K

    You will walk through lush tropical vegetation, rainforest filled with wild orchids, bamboo groves and draping ferns. You will see scenic vista points overlooking the cascading Kahuna Falls and as you follow the paved footpath, you’ll discover towering Akaka Falls which plummets 442-feet into a stream-eroded gorge. Beautiful Akaka Falls (more than twice as tall […]