If you’re on Hawai’i Island and want to reconnect with nature, schedule a petting zoo tour at the Lili House Farm, a family farm in the agricultural area of Volcano. With over 100 animals - cows, turkeys, chickens, tortoises, bunnies, cute baby dwarf goats, sheep, a donkey named Arthur, a Peking duck flock, Kune Kune pigs, and more - there is an abundance of opportunity to feed animals, pet them, and learn during your visit to Lili House!
Hawai'i has a rich plantation history and our very own Ola’a House has deep ties to what was once Hawai’i Island’s largest sugar plantation. Read more about how the home of the Ola'a Sugar Company's manager became Volcano's Ola’a House, and discover how one man's vision for creating a place for showcasing historic artifacts and highlighting Hawai’i’s multicultural heritage became the Hawaii Plantation Museum.
If you're planning a visit to Volcanoes National Park, pair your hike with a wine tasting at Volcano Winery, the southernmost winery in the U.S. Ready to enjoy a bottle of local wine while lounging around the fire? Read more about the Winery and all the unique wines that await you!
Grab your baskets and reusable bags and start your Sunday at the Volcano Farmers Market on Hawai'i Island - An abundance of produce, handcrafted goods, and homegrown food await!
Make your Hawaii vacation a sustainable adventure. Ecotourism allows you to experience places like the Big Island without disturbing the ecosystem or making a negative impact on the environment.
The Big Island is home to an impressive total of five volcanoes: Hualālai, Kohala, Mauna Kea, Mauna Loa, and Kīlauea, with Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park containing the latter two. Kīlauea [...]
Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park is home to two active volcanoes: Kilauea and Mauna Loa. More than that, it's also home to hiking trails, drives, and sights unlike any you'll see [...]