Activities on Hawaii (The Big Island)

Golf: Hapuna Golf Course, Mauna Kea Golf Course, Mauna Lani Resort Golf, Frances H. I'i Brown Course, Waikoloa Golf Club, Beach & Kings Courses, Waikoloa Village Course, others!

Body Glove Cruises: Set sail to Pawai Bay, a protected marine preserve. After a leisurely cruise along the Kona coast, dive into a snorkeler's paradise where thousands of brilliantly colored tropical fish and enchanting coral gardens awaits you. Upgrade to scuba diving and explore the underwater archways and coral pinnacles. Trip includes continental breakfast and deli lunch. Captain Zodiac-Morning Snorkel

Expedition: Exploring the Big Island's Kona Coast by 16 passenger inflatable boats is an experience of a lifetime! Destination is Kealakekua Bay, which is a National Marine Park and also is the site of the Captain Cook Monument. This area is one of Hawaii's premier snorkel spots with incredible visibility and calm conditions. Included is all snorkel gear, float boards, instruction, fresh fruits, snack foods, cookies and refreshing beverages.

Hiking: Tours include Kaupulehu Caves, Rain Forest, Volcanoes and Hakalau National Wildlife Refuge birding.

Kayaking: The newest outdoor experience in Hawaii is the thrilling 3.1-mile kayak trip down a portion of the historic Kohala Ditch. Kayaking experience is not necessary, and you will get wet...bring a change of clothes!

Sunshine Helicopter Rides: Witness a myriad of waterfalls and peer into Pu'u O'o vent. Search for active lava flows and experience the "newest place" on earth. "Pele's Fountain" where molten lava erupts into the Pacific Ocean as waves crash ashore.

Submarine: Venture to depths below 100 feet while viewing the abundant marine life and coral reefs of Hawaii's crystal clear waters. Submarines provide large viewing ports to see the underwater splendor.

Scuba: Experience abundant marine life, coral gardens, volcanic formations and lava tubes from depths of 40 to 80 feet. Certified dive professionals are available to guide you on a magical journey to some of Hawaii's finest dive sites. Experience the Kona Coast and all of its natural wonders.

Royal Kona Resort Luau: Join the fun at Royal Kona Resort's Lava, Legends & Legacies Luau and revue presented in the oceanfront Coconut Grove. This unforgettable celebration includes a traditional lei greeting, Imu Ceremony, along with all-you-can-eat Polynesian buffet, and an open bar. Featuring a cast of singers, drummers, musicians and dancers performing songs and dances rarely seen in typical luau shows, the dynamic performance culminates with a Samoan "fire knife" dance.

Fishing: Imagine the thrill of hooking a trophy marlin while visiting one of the premier fishing locations in the world. The Big Island of Hawaii is known for its trophy fish and is home of the Hawaiian International Billfish Tournament, which is held yearly and attracts competitors from all over the world. Professional fishermen with years of experience are available to help enhance your fishing experience.

Horseback: Enjoy breathtaking views of the Big Island of Hawaii by horseback or on a carriage ride. Explore the majestic beauty of lush valleys while gazing at a spectacular coastline and towering volcanoes. Experience the tropical surroundings of Waipi'o Valley or the pastures of an actual working cattle ranch.

Land Tours: As you journey through the diverse landscape you will notice ancient Hawaiian temples, lush valleys, active volcanoes and rare plant life. Imagine venturing into a secluded valley and observing plant life that can only be seen in Hawaii, or visit places that feature Hawaii's natural and cultural history.

Kilauea Volcano Discovery: Hike in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park where you will be immersed in the fantastic terrain, microclimates, dynamic geology and flora of Kilauea Volcano. Huge craters, steaming vents and molten lava are among the possibilities here on the youngest and most active of the Island's five volcanoes. Trail routes range from easy to hard-core. Trip includes lunch