Get Your Mask Ready!

Get your fins on and mask ready when on the Big Island, an ocean lover's paradise. The Big Island is well known for its impressive Hawaiian landscapes, beaches, and the mesmerizing glittering water. It has a magnificent combination of unusual exotic beauty that offers soothing and relaxing experiences either you live here or visiting.

If you're looking for a fun-fill adventure you should consider snorkeling. No need to carry heavy gear. Your face mask and a snorkel will do enough, although having fins is highly recommended. Currents can be strong, and fins will make it a bit easier.

New Listing | The Perfect Place to Enjoy the Wonders of Kealakekua Bay

This inviting oceanfront property is located about 12 miles south of Kailua-Kona near the historic Kealakekua Bay, a protected marine life conservation district. Situated on approximately half an acre, with exceptional 180-degree views of the coastline, this beach house is a fantastic example of Hawaii indoor/outdoor living.

What I Love About the Big Island of Hawaii!

Kauna’oa Bay on the Kohala Coast | Mauna Kea Beach Upon my first visit to Hawaii, I fell in love with the Big Island’s natural charm right away. The spirit of Aloha and Hawaii’s rich cultural history are represented here more than anywhere else around the world. The simple lifestyle, laid back atmosphere, and people make this beautiful island second to none!