Na'Ali'i Plantation

Address: 2939a Pulima Dr., Hilo, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96720, United States | B&B
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This B&B, located on 2939a Pulima Dr., Hilo, is near Rainbow Falls, Lyman Mission House and Museum, Lyman House Memorial Museum, and Wailuku River State Park.
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Travel Blogs from Hilo

Hilo - Just like a sleepy seaside town, so zen!

A travel blog entry by lindaandstuart on Jul 07, 2015

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... isn't enough, they are apparently pack a pretty mean bite too, so the warning signs tells us. We were finally delivered back to our floating castle with some time to spare for a swim, a few beers for Stu and a few cocktails for me before we were off to dinner in the Liberty Restaurant, the other of the two "Formal" dining rooms on the ship. Dress codes apply, but we're enjoying the dress up and strolling the promenade, there's plenty of opportunities for casual later in ...

The bubbling Big Island

A travel blog entry by paul_and_ness on May 23, 2015

44 photos

... and unusual exotic flowers - we were in horticultural heaven!

I just wished we had the panel of Gardener's Question Time with us as we didn't have a clue what we were looking at (apart from the Dwarf Pineapples that were expertly labelled). But it didn't matter, we simply enjoyed exploring and getting lost in this tropical oasis. The gardens then met the Pacific Ocean and we had ...

Hawai‘i Volcanoes Wilderness and Lava Tube

A travel blog entry by agimpels on Apr 21, 2015

316 photos

... through Devastation trail. The name didn’t do it justice. This was proof the volcanoes destroy and create. On one side of the path is where the lava flow was and the other is where the lava had deteriorated to soil. Small plants struggled to sprout through this areas formed by bubbles and the tail of the flow created an alluvial plain where plants were either not consumed or could plant roots. It was awesome.


Hilo Hilo as off on tour we go

A travel blog entry by jobloor on Mar 30, 2015

1 comment, 6 photos

... once liquid.. Our next port of call is the Akatsuka Orchid Garden, where they grow many different varieties of orchid, including perfumed ones. Then into a stop that all the ships tours went to the Macadamia nut factory!!! After a brief rest stop here it was on to a black sand beach about 3 miles from the ship were some people were bathing and there were even a couple of sea turtles bobbing along next to the rocks. A full and interesting day in good company and a great ...

Week 1 - Mountains, Waterfalls, and Trees: Oh my!

A travel blog entry by cprybyl on Jan 18, 2015

1 comment, 4 photos

... I will never get tired of the gorgeous water scenes on this island!

As the day came to a close, we arrived at our final stop: the Mauna Kea Visitor Center. This was probably my favorite part of the entire day. Mauna Kea is one of the dormant volcanoes on the island, and it takes quite the car ride to get up to the Visitor Center. We watched the sunset, and then we were treated to the best stargazing I have ever experienced. The sky ...

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