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Sunset Luau Waikoloa, Hawaii

Sunset Luau Waikoloa, Hawaii

One of the best luau’s on the Big Island is the Sunset Luau at the beautiful Waikoloa Beach Marriott on the Big Island’s South Kohala Coast. Situated on picturesque Anaeaho’ onalu Bay, Waikoloa is a great place for  for swimming, diving and snorkeling or…

Brewery Tour at Kona Brewery on the Big Island

Brewery Tour at Kona Brewery on the Big Island

Kona Brewing Company was started by father and son team Cameron Healy and Spoon Khalsa. The pair had a dream to create fresh, local island brews made with spirit, passion and quality. Their love of Hawaii, and a desire to protect the pristine environment…

Green Sand Beach

Green Sand Beach

Papakolea Beach is one of only four Green Sand Beaches in the world. Visitors to the Big Island should make time to visit this spectacular gem at the very southernmost point of the United States.

Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano

Hawaii’s Kilauea Volcano

NEW! Video of Lava Hike! The battle of fire and water: Kilauea is Hawaii’s most active volcano. Roaring back to life with a violent eruption of superheated gas and magma in January of 1983 she has been pouring forth enormous quantities of lava ever since.

City of Refuge Hawaii

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In old Hawaii, if you had broken a law, the penalty was death. Perhaps you had entered into an area that was reserved for only the chiefs, or had eaten forbidden foods. Laws, or kapu, governed every aspect of Hawaiian society. The penalty for breaking these laws was certain death. Your only option for survival in such a case would be to elude your pursuers and reach the nearest pu’uhonua, or place of refuge.

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Welcome to Touch Hawaii! Here you’ll discover practical tips and inspiration to plan your next adventure throughout the Islands. Here you’ll find interesting articles, short videos and rich imagery covering the key natural wonders, beaches, cultural attractions and accommodations that you’re looking for. Learn about the history and hear stories of unique special places from the colorful, local folk who keep Aloha Spirit alive.

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