Waikoloa Villas at Waikoloa Village

Address: 68-3831 Lua Kula Street, Waikoloa, Waikoloa, Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, 96738, United States | Condo
 
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This condo, located on 68-3831 Lua Kula Street, Waikoloa, Waikoloa, is near Mauna Lani Resort Golf Club, Mauna Kea Resort Golf Course, Waikoloa Village Golf Club, and Puako Petroglyph Archaeological Preserve.
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      Orange and Blue Day

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jan 27, 2015

      214 photos

      ... the gas gauge when the Jeep dinged that it was low on gas, we tried to figure out whether we would make it. One thing about the Big Island is that there is a lot of open space. This blue road that goes past Mauna Kea volcano is pretty deserted - ie, no gas stations every mile or so....in fact, no gas stations for quite a few miles. We were expecting that it would be touch & go. The gauge went from 53 miles of gas available to 80 some ...

      Getting our Feet Wet on Hawaii

      A travel blog entry by dmarek on Jan 26, 2015

      129 photos

      ... that we took this road because the scenery was so different. Here the fields were bright green and there were evergreen trees along the road. We even saw black cattle in several of the fields. In the distance we could see Mauna Kea's observatory buildings shining a bright silver and what looked like snow. The landscape that runs along the road taking us to the Hilton is volcanic lava rocks and not much else so it was really interesting to see this sharp contrast. ...

      Heading Across the Island

      A travel blog entry by bbusch on Jan 20, 2015

      8 photos

      ... to do with it. Quickly abandoning ideas for a commercial venture which would destroy the natural environment, he decided instead to establish a botanical garden to preserve the valley and its beauty forever. When first located by the Lutkenhouses, Onomea Valley was an overgrown and virtually impenetrable jungle, choked with wild invasive trees, weed and thorn thickets, and strangling vines. Mr. Lutkenhouse sold his 40-year-old trucking business in San Francisco and ...

      DAY 7 - POLOLU VALLEY

      A travel blog entry by copple on Jul 18, 2014

      25 photos

      Today was our last full day on the Big Island. Our day started with me going on my "Kona Run". I call it that because of the crazy Kona wind that blows across these lava fields and makes it very difficult to run. Brian decided to sleep in & Moli worked on her graduated school applications. I wanted to drive to the bike portion of the Ironman turnaround. I knew it was not too far from where we are staying. We headed ...

      Altitude with Attitude - Ascending Mauna Kea

      A travel blog entry by lmules on May 14, 2014

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      ... in a salt room before - what it basically is, is a room with the walls covered in big Himalayan salt crystals and the air is filled with tiny particles of the salt, which you breathe in and it is believed to help with sinus/respiratory issues. After all the relaxing, Craig and I set off for Mauna Kea (which is supposedly the highest mountain on earth when measured from the sea floor). It took us 2 1/2 hours to get to the first stop including two small detours to get ...