Take a once in a lifetime adventure on the island of Hawaiʻi, one of the most ecologically diverse places in the world, with Hawaiian-born Matt Ferino, AKA Ulua Matt. From the Alpine slopes of Mauna Kea to the ethereal glow of Kīlauea’s lava, the Big Island’s breathtaking landscapes, varied climates, and rich history will leave you in awe. Much of Hawaiian history can not be found in text, and is only passed down through oral history. Talk story with legendary fisherman Ulua Matt as he shares the wealth of historical and terrestrial knowledge he has earned as a natural explorer and local to Hawaii. SWBI curates and intimate setting, with sensitivity and respect for Hawaiian culture and Mālama ‘Āina, care for the land.
Start with a complementary locally prepared breakfast before entering the historical town of Kailua-Kona, built along the turquoise waters of Kailua Bay. Tour to Kealakekua bay, the pathway of the Gods, where the famed Captain Cook first set foot on Hawaii’s land. Traverse to Honaunau-Napoopoo, where some of the island’s best snorkeling and culturally significant sites can be found. Enjoy traditional Hawaiian plate lunch, before heading south to a stunning black sand beach. Time and weather permitting, enjoy sunset fishing or cliff diving at the end of the day.
Start with a complementary locally prepared breakfast before exploring 8 out of the world’s 13 microclimates right here on the Big Island. Experience the rolling green pastures and rich history of the paniolos, or Hawaiian cowboys. Ramble to the lush verdant valleys where Hawaiian Kings were raised. View spectacular waterfalls, and enjoy local culinary treats. This tour ends at sunset on the newest beach in the world.
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