• Local 967-7990
  • US/Canada 1-808-967-7990
  • International 001-808-967-7990
  • Hawai‘i time:


Other sites of interest!

Exploring the Island

  • Big Island Events Calendar
  • Big Island Map via Blue Hawaiian Helicopters
  • Hawaiian Walkways - Offering many ways to explore the island on foot, including personalized tours for visitors with special requirements.
  • 'Imiloa Astronomy Center - Now offering free wireless headsets for self-guided audio tours in English and Japanese, engaging visitors with interactive exhibits and shows on Hawaiian culture, navigation by the stars and today's astronomy. Japanese-speaking visitors can also now fully enjoy the Planetarium's signature show, "Maunakea: Between Earth and Sky," with the audio set translation. Visitors can adjust the volume, pause or repeat information. Available at the front desk upon admission.
  • Lava Ocean Adventures - Specializing in providing ultimate Hawaii Lava Tours by boat.
  • Native Guide Hawaii - Warren is a personable and knowleable guide. This is his informative blog page.
  • Zip Isle - Offering zip line adventures! Hang Loose and See Hawaii from a New Angle!

Family Friendly Travel

Volcano Links

Local Kain*

Other Interesting Links

  • Ageless Spine... destined to change the way we think about and inhabit our bodies
  • Center for Natural Alignment - “Standing up straight — it’s not what we’ve been taught!”
  • Kevin E. Lewis - Real Estate Agent and Taxes
  • Manago Hotel - clean, bright, inexpensive family-run hotel in Captain Cook, South Kona
  • Sappo Hill Soaps - Traditional kettle process  all vegetable oil soaps as provided in our cottages
  • Silver Oaks Ranch - 10-acre, gated Bed and Breakfast estate located just five miles from Kailua-Kona
  • Tropical Hideaway - charming retreat in rural South Kona
  • Ululoa - Hawaiian music CD production company on Maui

Hawai‘i’s Birds

  • Sounds Hawaiian - Recordings of Hawai‘i’s bird song/calls. Birders and Ornithologists, take note!

From or About Former Guests

* Dakain means “the best [kind]”, when stressed, but is also used to mean “the thing being discussed” or if you can’t think of something’s name, “you know . . . dakain!”. It’s more commonly spelled “da kine”. “Kain” is pronounced like fine and means “kind” or “sort” and is, again, more commonly spelled “kine”.

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