Die Reimanns auf der Big Island Tour in Hawaii

Aloha! Wir hatten das grosse Vergnuegen, die Reimanns (“Deutschlands beruehmteste Auswanderer”) auf unserer Big Island Tour willkommen zu heissen. Unsere Inseltouren werden taeglich angeboten und wer interesse auf eine deutschsprachige Tour hat, soll sich bitte direkt bei uns per Email oder Telefon melden. Neben den Big Island Touren bieten wir auch Inseltouren auf Oahu an. [...] read more

Native Hawaiian Mammals

When guests come to our island and see the tropical rainforest and sunny beaches they often ask our guides where are the animals? The answer is our native animals are mostly birds, some reptiles, insects and two native land mammals: The `Ilio-holo-i-ka-uaua (Hawaiian monk seal) and the ʻōpeʻapeʻa (Hawaiian hoary bat). This is because the [...] read more

On May 5th, 2016, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K

Lava fountains gushing at Halema’uma’u crater lava lake – Video taken during Volcano Tour on April 27th

Lava fountains gushing at Halema’uma’u crater lava lake – Video taken during the Volcano Tour on April 27th, 2015 Since the lava lake in the overlook crater inside Halema’uma’u crater has risen to the rim of the overlook crater / floor of Halema’uma’u crater, visitors and Volcano Tour guests have been able get a direct view of [...] read more

On April 30th, 2015, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour, lava, lava glow, molten lava, red lava by K

Jacksons chameleons fighting over territory and mating rights


Two male Jacksons chameleons are fighting over territory and mating rights. The species is native to Africa and was discovered by Mr. Jackson in Kenya. They mainly prey on flies and small insects. Females have no horns. The coloring is usually bright green, with some animals having traces of blue and yellow. They can change [...] read more

On April 23rd, 2015, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K

The famous naupaka kuahiwi half flower, naupaka of the mountains, scaevola gaudichaudiana


The famous naupaka kuahiwi half flower – the naupaka of the mountains – is the partner plant of the naupaka kahakai – the naupaka by the seashore! Two lovers, Naupaka and Kaui were separated, one lived up in the mountains, the other by the water, represented by the two half flowers of the mountain and [...] read more

On April 23rd, 2015, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K

Amazing Halema’uma’u crater lava glow at twilight – EarthDay 2015


This image was take during the Small-Group Big Island Tour with Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Kona Coffee Farm! What a great way to celebrate #EarthDay! read more

Partial crater collapse Halema’uma’u March 4, 2015


Today, a part of the overlook crater in Halema’uma’u collapsed and more fumes were visible during the event. The area that collapsed can be seen at the bottom left corner of the crater in this thermal image.   read more

On March 5th, 2015, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K

Hawaii is a feast for the senses


Hawaii is a feast for the senses! Guests on the Volcano Tour came across this beautiful hibiscus blossom and the incredible smell of an orange blossom. #LetHawaiiHappen #Aloha     read more

On February 18th, 2015, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K

Fun Fact Friday

The Alenuihaha channel between the Big Island (Upolu Point) and Maui (Puhilele Point) is 29.6 miles wide and 6810 feet deep. Between the main islands, only the Kauai channel is wider and deeper. read more

On January 31st, 2015, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K