Tag Archive: Hamakua Coast

No kidding, the Hamakua Coast is one of Hawaii’s best-kept secrets

Devoid of hotels and much tourist stuff, the Hamakua Coast (northeast) of the Big Island is known to most visitors as a 40-mile drive on the way to Hilo and Hawaii Volcanoes National… Continue reading

Cruising the Big Island’s Hamakua Coast

The northeast quadrant of the Big Island (north of Hilo, south of Waipio Valley) is as lush as any coastline in Hawaii. You can drive some 40 miles, hitting well-known attractions like Hawaii… Continue reading

Hapuna Beach Park: Divine

If Hapuna Beach didn’t already exist, God would have to create it. The Big Island, though larger than the other Hawaiian islands put together, has the least amount of sandy shoreline, since it… Continue reading