How is your Big Island cell phone coverage? Coverage near Kona is generally good. Coverage near HVNP can be spotty. What carrier do you use? Read more * ==>> When She Was Good, She Was Very, Very Good | When She Was Bad She Was Horrid | Cell Phone Coverage - Rough Rule Of Thumb | T-Mobile Cell Phone Coverage Map | Verizon Cell Phone Coverage Map | AT&T Cell Phone Coverage Map
When she was good She was very, very good, And when she was bad she was horrid “There was a little girl” Henry Wadsworth Longfellow When She Was Good, She Was Very, Very Good: The above quote aptly describes cell phone coverage throughout the Big Island. In the 'cities' coverage
What is Hawaiian Time? When locals think of Hawaiian Time, they see time as something that competes with what they really rather be doing, i.e. at the beach, surfing, fishing. So 'your' time is not always in sync with 'locals' time. ...
When mainlanders think of Hawaiian Time, they Google the Hawaiian time zone and discover the Hawaiian Standard Time. See the bottom of this page to learn why Hawaii doesn't observe Daylight Saving Time. What is Hawaiian Time? When locals think of Hawaiian Time, they see time as something t
Recent DAR data for North Hawaii has shown an overall coral recovery of 1 to 2 percent over the last two years at the majority of their monitoring sites.
“Of the six sites in North Hawaii, Puako was the only one that continued to have coral decline between spring 2016 and spring 2017,” Kramer said.
Beginning in May of this year, new small, tan cauliflower coral were seen growing atop dead coral at Kauna’oa and among larger live corals that survived at Mauna Lani. Other sites, such as Lapakahi, also showed signs of coral on the rebound.
KOHALA COAST — For the past three years or so, ideal snorkeling spots such as Kauna’oa Bay have appeared nearly dormant. Where vibrant yellow, green and blue corals were once plentiful, mostly dead, grey-colored ones remained.
La'aloa Bay is a popular recreation area in Kailua-Kona, on the Big Island of Hawai'i. Locals call this beautiful beach Magic Sands (also known as “Disappearing Sands, White Sands and Magic Sands Beach Park”).
This is an awesome 'local' beach that is a rare find near Kona because there is actually white sand covering the lava rock. ...
Home >> 45 Beaches Main Page >> Magic Sands Beach Park Mainlander Version: "Looks like a nice sandy beach. Gawd, I hope there is parking." Hawaiian Version: The beach is warm and welcoming and there is a history of our people. In the Hawaiian language, la'a
Wawaloli Beach: This is one of the 'secret' (not so secret that I can't share with you) beaches in Kona... but it really isn't a beach like you might expect. There is some sand there, but the sand stops at the ocean where the lava rock drops off into the Pacific. In short, you can't/shouldn't swim here but if you want the place for an 'ohana BBQ (there are some shade trees, picnic tables, and grills), to sunbathe or watch the massive wave spray on large days, then this is for you. The parking is plentiful.
Please note there is a large area shallow 'pool' carved out of lava. This is good for children (PARENTS - watch for large waves overtaking the lava walls) or you can explore all the cracks and crevices.
Some people fish here but do so at your own risk when there is an ocean swell. You can get swept right into the ocean.
Home >> 45 Beaches Main Page Overview Wawaloli Beach (#2 on map): White sand, tidal pools, cliffs, and rocky shoreline. You can hike along the shoreline or have a picnic. Parking, restrooms, showers. Hazardous footing, currents, and (sometimes large) waves. Bring your camera! When the wav
Professor Stephen P. Leatherman, aka Dr. Beach, has come out with his annual list of the top 10 beaches in the United States. No. 10 is on Kiawah Island, South Carolina. Which nine beaches are even better for 2018?