From exploring our national parks, lounging on the beach, or going for a like in the forest- Hawaii is full of incredible outdoor activities.
Hawaii is filled with cultural influences from all over the globe- Indulge in fresh Hawaiian-style Poke, Asian fusion cuisine, Local favorites like Spam Musubi and Loco Moko, or even just a great burger. Hawaii really does have it all when it comes to food.
“Something for Everyone”
- Country Living (Waimea)
Waimea is known for its Paniolo, or Cowboy, history. My favorite part of Waimea is that it has actually stayed true to its roots and has formed the cutest country style town.
- Resort Style Living (Waikoloa)
Feeling like you’re on vacation year-round? Yes please! Waikoloa is nested in the heart of all the large resorts on the island, which means everything around is structured to make you feel relaxed. What better way to spend your weekend than lounging in the sun while still being steps away from an ice cold Pina Colada.
- Adventurous Living (Kona)
On its own, Kona is sure to impress with the great year-round weather, abundance of waterfront dining, and great shopping. Kona, being such a central part of the island, is a great starting point for any adventures you may want to embark on. Kona is a short drive from white sand beaches, jagged cliff sides, and lush valleys- helping keep your adventurous spirit alive!