Watching the deep orange glow in the sky as the Hawaiian sun sinks into the Pacific does not grow old. This point at Anaeho’omalu Bay near the Hilton Waikoloa Resort is a great place to sit, relax and watch another day come to an end–or another evening begin.
Perhaps nothing puts us in the Hawaii mindset more than the popularized tiki torch. This American symbol of island life is found everywhere from multi-million dollar Hawaiian resorts to backyard barbeques on the mainland. read more
Pu’uhonua o Honaunau National Park is home to several pieces of Hawaiian history including these two ki’i. The ki’i (wooden statues with a human form) act as guardians to the bay and the nearby heiau (temple). read more