Saturday, August 14, 2010 at the Waikoloa Bowl Queens Gardens, Waikoloa Beach Resort, Kohala Coast, Big Island, Hawaii. Doors open at 5:00 pm and the show starts at 7:00 pm. Tickets are available at Persimmon at Queens' Marketplace, Kona Wine Market in Kona Commons, CD Wizard in Hilo and Big Isla...
Fly out from Waikoloa on the Kohala Coast by way of Blue Hawaiian Helicopters. Fly over an active volcano and watch as lava flows in Hawaii Volcano National Park. See the sights of Hamakua Coast (rainforests and waterfalls). Their tours on the Big Island include: Circle of Fire plus Waterfalls, B...
Have a sense for adventure. Cultivate quietly through the ocean at 2 miles per hour while holding on to a torpedo. Take a night dive and view the Manta Rays.  Though this is an exciting adventure, it is conducted in a calm bay area that is protected, and in shallow water. This will add some flair...
UFO Parasail is the only Kona ultimate parasail ride. They will load you and others in a boat, attach to a towline and parachute, then up you go! They offer single, tandem or triple experiences. The bay water is so clear you'll almost be able to see the ocean floor.  
There are at least three island tour boat companies that will take you on an adventure to see what's down under. What you'll see: manta rays, fish, dolphins, turtles, and during the winter time humpback whales. Blue Sea Cruises actually has a special cruise to watch spinner dolphins (known for th...
Take a walk through one (or all) of Hawaii's beautiful botanical gardens. On the west slope of the Kohala Mountains near Kawaihae you'll find Pua Mau Place. Enjoy hundreds of species of flowering plants and trees. Walk through their maze of 250 hibiscus and an aviary of more than 150 exotic birds...
#1. THE PEOPLE. There is a minimum of hustle and bustle here, which results in a casual and relaxed environment.  From the celebrities staying at the Four Seasons to the locals hanging out at the Beach, everyone seems to have a perpetual smile on their face. Johnny McElree
#2. THE RESORTS. The Kohala Coast is home to some of the finest resorts in the world. From the exclusiveness of Kukio to the classic old Hawaii charm of the Mauna Kea, to the Mauna Lani and the Waikoloa Beach Resort in between, there is truly something for everyone. Johnny McElree johnny@johnnymc...
3. THE BEACHES. Sprinkled along the Kohala Coast are some of the world's finest beaches. Hapuna Beach near the Mauna Kea is consistently rated among the top 10 beaches in the world. You can also find many secluded and relatively unknown places, such as Beach 69 near Puako.  

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