Kalopa Homestead Guest House

44-2541 Keahua Road, Honokaa, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96727, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 44-2541 Keahua Road, Honokaa, is near Hamakua Country Club.
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    Travel Blogs from Honokaa

    Rain Rain Go Away

    A travel blog entry by jackieloftus on Jul 23, 2013

    40 photos

    ... on the mountain as they were getting a ton of rain. So, we drove back to our town (about 1.5 hours) and returned to Island Taco for the most incredible tacos. This lifted our spirits. We then regrouped back at the B&B. Our next plan was to travel back to Polihale-the most incredible, private beach we've ever seen. Butttttt, as we were off roading in our little sedan, we chickened out as it was ...

    14,000 feet up!

    A travel blog entry by samcotton on May 01, 2013

    4 comments, 40 photos

    ... off and ear studs popped out! So no more of that for me...

    Visited the greenest place in the world, near Waimea in the North part of the island. The fields were so green, I expected a Teletubby to come bounding across them - looked like fields from some painted scenery, when a child draws it and just does one block of bright colour. We also did an amazing hike down into Waipio Valley - the most lush rainforest on ...

    From 0 to 13,796 ft above sea level and back

    A travel blog entry by mham on Apr 14, 2013

    40 photos

    ... the mongeese were also trying to get the crackers but were fighting over territory with the cats. In the end, the mongeese won, and I finally snapped some pictures of a mongoose.


    Josh, Amanda, and Dad (somehow not tired from hiking for a 3rd day in a row) went on a long hike to summit Mauna Kea, the "tallest" mountain in the world [this was a topic we debated over dinner because it is only ...

    Waipio Valley - Valley of the Kings

    A travel blog entry by friesendm on Jan 17, 2013

    3 comments, 28 photos

    ... in times of yore, hence the moniker, “Valley of the Kings”. A couple of tidal waves in the 20th century discouraged living in the valley, and whereas pre-European populations could be in the 1000’s due to prodigious agricultural output here, only about 80 people currently call Waipio home.

    Private property is jealously guarded here - privacy is why people choose to live down such a formidable road - ...

    Tsunami Evacuation

    A travel blog entry by keith.robinson on Oct 28, 2012

    2 photos

    ... begun to rise and the calm, cloudless, night was unexpectedly interrupted by the Tsunami Warning alarms that began to blare loudly. These heart-stopping, ear-drum-destroying sirens scared the bejeezus out of us.

    While both Mariajose and I (in the back of our minds anyways) had an idea what was going on, it was not until another camper came up to us and confirmed our fear that a Tsunami was headed this way! Moments later, ...