The Volcanoes of Oahu: Windows to Earth’s Fiery Heart

    The picturesque island of Oahu, renowned for its golden beaches and world-class surf, is the beating heart of Hawaii in more ways than one. Its dramatic landscape has been carved by the forces of plate tectonics and the fiery eruptions of ancient volcanoes. Understanding Oahu’s volcanic history not only offers insight into the [...] read more

Exploring Hawaii: A Trek Through Its Most Popular Hikes

    Hawaii’s rich tapestry of dazzling landscapes and vibrant biodiversity has made it a revered destination for nature enthusiasts worldwide. The islands’ vast terrain is adorned with lush rainforests, soaring cliffs, flowing volcanoes, and serene beaches, offering trekkers an array of spectacular vistas to discover. This article spotlights some of Hawaii’s most popular hiking [...] read more

Unraveling the Mystique of Hawaiian Gods: A Journey into Ancient Polynesian Mythology

    Introduction:   In the heart of the Pacific Ocean lies a captivating archipelago known as Hawaii. Beyond its pristine beaches and breathtaking landscapes, the islands are steeped in rich cultural heritage and mythology. At the core of Hawaiian belief systems are their gods, divine beings that have been revered and respected for centuries. [...] read more

Volcanoes of the Big Island: Hawaii’s Geological Marvels

  Hawaii, a tropical paradise in the heart of the Pacific, is renowned not only for its idyllic beaches, diverse marine life, and unique cultural heritage but also for its spectacular geological features: its volcanoes. The Big Island, the largest in the Hawaiian archipelago, is home to some of the world’s most active and studied [...] read more

How to travel to Hawaii with the new COVID test program in place

How to travel to Hawaii with the new COVID test program in place We recently had some personal experience with returning to Hawaii after taking a COVID test and wanted to share our recommendations. Step 1: Look at Hawaii’s trusted partners for a COVID test This really is the first step because without this [...] read more

Island of Hawaii Volcano Update: May 7, 2018

ISLAND OF HAWAII VOLCANO UPDATE May 7, 2018 WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW There is absolutely no reason at this time for travelers to change or alter their leisure or business plans. All of the Hawaiian Islands are unaffected by Kilauea volcano except a remote area on the island of Hawaii’s east side. Out of the [...] read more

Southwest Airlines flying to Hawaii?

Southwest Airlines is the main sponsor of the 2017 Global Tourism Summit Hawaii. Once Southwest Airlines starts flying to Hawaii (Honolulu (HNL), Kona (KOA), Maui (OGG)) from San Jose (SJC), Oakland (OAK), Sacramento (SMF), San Diego (SAN), Las Vegas (LAS), Phoenix (PHX) or Los Angeles (LAX) Hawaii Outdoor Guides will welcome Southwest Airlines guests on [...] read more

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park Guide Training!

It’s that time of year again! Guide training! For many people having a day of mostly classroom learning isn’t a highlight but when your instructors are the bright and entertaining rangers at the national park you are in for a treat! This is the sixth year of guide training for tour guides in the national [...] read more

On May 4th, 2017, posted in: Hawaii Volcano Hiking Guide Tour by K

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