Come with us on a horseback riding adventure on the rim of the Waipio Valley, possibly Hawaii’s most scenic spot ! We use Waipio Ridge Stables, a great tour group to lead us around one of the Big Island’s most interesting areas. I get plenty of great DJi Mavic drone shots from high above the Waip’io valley, and we even stop at a waterfall to have lunch where I attempt to dive into freezing cold water. Enjoy the Hawaii Life with us, as the series is almost coming to a close.
Follow our adventure as we hike, bike, and enjoy an up close view of the Lava Flow at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Find out, the most economical method of seeing Hawaii’s most famous attraction, Mount Kilauea in 2017. This activity involves renting a bike in Kalapana, and riding 4 miles in each direction (including one-way in pitch darkness with only a a flashlight and headlight). We break down the entire activity of viewing this volcano on the Big Island and tell you why it is absolutely the #1 activity you have to try when you visit Hawaii. Make sure to subscribe for all of our adventures on Hawaii Island and around the world.
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This may be the best volunteer opportunity ever . While living in Hilo, on the Big Island of Hawaii we discovered you can take shelter dogs out on a field trip for the whole day and have them join you on your adventures. You are provided with all of the essential items you would need to care for the dog, and even help promote permanent adoption to local residents. We took Miracle out, and she was an absolute treat as she joined us for a fun day at Liliuokalani Gardens in Hilo ! We vlog the whole experience from start to finish. If you are visiting the Big Island even for a few days, this is one activity you MUST do if you love animals. If anyone is interested in adopting Miracle or taking part in this program I am leaving a link to it below. Please share this with your friends visiting Hawaii Island and be sure to subscribe if you are new .
Take a Dog on a Field Trip on The Big Island: http://www.hihs.org/services/fieldtrips