Events & Happenings on the Big Island

Selling Your Beautiful Home In Kilauea

Negotiation Tactics For Sellers Living In Zone One On The Big Island If you live in zone one in the Kilauea volcano range, then you know that you have a difficult task ahead of you when moving. Selling your property is not going to be a fast or easy process, especially with the newest eruption …

Selling Your Beautiful Home In Kilauea Read More »

Kamehameha Day – A Hawaiian and Big Island Tradition

Whether you live on the big island, or are just visiting, you won’t want to miss the Kamehameha Day celebrations. Kamehameha Day is traditionally June 11, and this year’s festivities will kick off with the ever-popular Kamehameha Day Celebration Parade, beginning Saturday June 11 near the Royal Kona Resort at 9:00 AM. The parade travels …

Kamehameha Day – A Hawaiian and Big Island Tradition Read More »

Don't Miss the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival!

IMAGE CREDIT: KONA COFFEE FEST  When you think of Hawaii, what comes to mind? Surely it’s the beautiful, vast surf, the sprawling, sandy beaches and the delectable food you can’t quite find elsewhere. Did you know coffee is one of the culinary delights you can enjoy when you live on the Big Island? It’s true! Coffee …

Don't Miss the Kona Coffee Cultural Festival! Read More »

Celebrating Thanksgiving on the Big Island

Today, Thanksgiving in Hawaii is celebrated on the same day as the rest of America. However, during ancient times on the Big Island, way before the Puritans and Indians sat down to their first feast, the native Hawaiians had thanks-giving festivals of their own. Ancient Offerings of Thanks These celebrations commemorated a booming harvest and …

Celebrating Thanksgiving on the Big Island Read More »

Eat Fresh and Local at Big Island Hawaii Farmers Market

A healthy lifestyle begins with eating fresh food, and what better way to know your food is fresh than to buy local? While you’re looking at Big Island real estate, you’ll notice there are plenty of farms, along with a number of farmers markets filled with delicious fresh produce from the local area. This gives you …

Eat Fresh and Local at Big Island Hawaii Farmers Market Read More »

Things to do in Kohala: The Kohala County Fair!

“Why Should I Live on The Big Island?” Reason #1: Community Festivals Like the Kohala Country Fair Who doesn’t love a good fall festival? After all, they’re a great way for communities to gather together to chat, eat, dance, and celebrate their unique corner of the world—before the clutches of winter close in. When it …

Things to do in Kohala: The Kohala County Fair! Read More »

The Hawaii Food & Wine Festival Makes Life on the Big Island Sweet (and Savory)

Foodies, gather ‘round. If you need another reason to begin your new life on the Big Island, I’ve got a great one for you! In less than two weeks, we’ll be kicking off the 4th annual Hawaii Food & Wine Festival. This weeklong culinary extravaganza brings together master chefs, culinary personalities, sommeliers, and wine and …

The Hawaii Food & Wine Festival Makes Life on the Big Island Sweet (and Savory) Read More »

Things to Do in North Kohala – Visit a Working Ranch for a 4th of July Rodeo

The Big Island’s northernmost tip – North Kohala – is a lush, pastoral place. Here you’ll find rolling hills and meadows studded with grazing cattle and blanketed in velvety green. Cooling mists of rain are common here. While North Kohala’s neighbor, South Kohala (a.k.a The Kohala Coast), boasts alluring luxury resorts and world-class golf, North …

Things to Do in North Kohala – Visit a Working Ranch for a 4th of July Rodeo Read More »