Spiritual Tours


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HAWAII’S BIG ISLAND:  The Island of Hawai‘i is the ideal playground for outdoor enthusiasts who are enchanted by the fiery lava of Kīlauea volcano, the high-altitude slopes of Hawaiian mountains, the crystal-clear ocean that surrounds them and a mesmerizing Hawaiian culture that connects it all.  With our tour company you can do it all with a focus on activity and the active volcano.

Inter-Spiritual  Tour: Meet for early Yoga, see the Lava Tree State Park , then Relax in the Hot Ponds,  hike to see the Hot lava , meditate at the Black Sands Beach, See Heiaus,  Steam vents, Painted Church, Drink Kava at a Cafe and Queen Liliuokalani Gardens. This experience involves short walks and hikes by the end of the day. A total of up to 3 miles in 1 day within 8-10 hours.

Visual-Spiritual Tour: See the Lava Trees  State Park, The Hot ponds, Vacation land (best snorkeling in Hawaii), Hot Lava walk, and black sand beach.   This experience involves Short walks and hikes. By the end of the day a total of up to 3 miles in 1 day within 8-10 hours.

Half-day adventure: for those who can’t stay long, first think about changing your trip plans and if that is not possible, then this is the tour to see what your supposed to see. You will see Historic Pahoa Town on a walking tour. Home of the first theater in all of Hawaii, includes: admission to the Pahoa Museum, Lava Tree State Park, Hot Ponds, World Famous Red Road, Black Sand Beach, Hot Lava Walk, and, time permitting, Painted Church, and the steam vents,  1-5 miles walk.

World Famous 2 Day Tour: This is a magical tour of the island that may change your life, uplift your spirit and give you the inspiration we all need. Big Island Sunrise Summit of Mauna Kea to Hot Lava on the ocean side, black sand beaches, Kava, and Heiaus hot springs.  To enjoy this tour you should be in good shape and be well rested as well as have a good attitude. This a long adventurous day but so worth it!  We start our morning at 2 am and finish in the evening of the next day.  You will see the island that everyone else wished they saw.  20 hour tours.

Special “Tuesday” Tour: Plan your tour to begin on Tuesday and attend an authentic Hawaiian Sweat(with special permission granted) you must be open, respectful and serious about your spiritual journey …this is no joke and not for “tourists”. Limited space is available.

We reserve the right to change our tour stops based on weather, timing and guest personalities…in this way we can optimize your experience.

More about the Island:

Hawaii’s Big Island is the largest of the Hawaiian Islands and 11 of the world’s 13 main climatic regions shape its amazing diversity. It is a nature-lover’s paradise with a spectacular array of outdoor adventures that introduce visitors to the Big Island’s wilder side:

Sizzlin’ at Kīlauea – Hawaii Island is all about volcanoes, and one of the world’s most active volcanoes, Kīlauea, is home to Pele, Hawaii’s volcano goddess. She graciously allows rangers, scientists and visitors of Hawai`i Volcanoes National Park (HVNP) to co-exist around her, and the park is Hawaii’s most popular attraction – and the state’s only World Heritage Site. Its whopping 330,000-plus acres stretch from sea level to the summit of Mauna loa, the earth’s most massive volcano at 13, 677 feet. Information at the Kīlauea Visitor Center points adventurers in the direction of excellent hiking trails, ranger-guided hikes, cultural performances, to features like steam vents, gaping craters, Thurston Lava Tube (Nāhuku), Jaggar Museum – and, Pele permitting – to the indescribable phenomenon of flowing lava. (Sturdy, closed-toe walking shoes are a must!)  Kazumura lava tube system: the deepest, longest, tallest lava tube system on earth, and visitors can opt to explore the former “lava highway” on short or extended hikes below ground. It is impossible to take in all of HVNP’s amazing facets in a single trip and true outdoor enthusiasts will want to spend at least a few days exploring the area.

Chillin’ for Maunakea – Rising above the clouds at 13,796 feet above sea level. The remote peaks of Mauna kea are often snow-capped during winter months, and offer a stellar vantage point for sunsets and stargazing year-round. Mauna kea is home to the world’s most powerful observatories and telescopes, and is sacred to Hawaiians. It’s not an easy trek, and interested adventurers should consider signing up for a guided expedition with a tour operator. They supply everything from fascinating interpretation, transportation, hot drinks, meals and warm parkas. Note: Pregnant women, people with respiratory problems and young children should avoid the summit. An easier, and equally fascinating way to behold the significance of Mauna kea, is to visit the new ‘Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawai‘i in Hilo. This amazing facility unveils the story of Mauna kea: its powerful significance to Native Hawaiians, as well as its contributions to modern astronomy and science. Imiloa’s full dome planetarium, interactive exhibits and cultural demonstrations offer a compelling adventure from start to finish.

For travelers seeking an authentic adventure, Hawaii’s Big Island truly has it all.

For more information, visit www.bigisland.org


Posted April 13, 2010 by mik3hal3

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