10 Reasons The Country Should Be Thankful For Hawaii

Hoku Nui on the water

Megan Shute for Only In Your State on reasons for the country to be thankful for the State of Hawaii.  Join us on the Hoku Nui to create a beautiful memory of snorkeling with the manta rays. Thanksgiving was last week and we’re all thinking a lot about what we are thankful for. I am […]

11 Reasons Christmas In Hawaii Is The Absolute Best

Kailua Kona Christmas parade

Megan Shute for Only In Your State on Christmas in Hawaii.  The beautiful weather and warm water is the best reason to join us for a snorkel or manta ray tour when you’re here during the holiday season. Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, it’s officially the Christmas season, and here at Only In […]

Ironman results: Several Big Island Residents Finish Iconic Triathlon

Big Island Now on the Iron Man results of Hawaiian Island participants.  Join us on a manta ray tour for a fun and eco-friendly ocean experience with gentle and majestic manta rays. Nearly 40 men and women from Hawaii Island were among the more than 5,000 athletes from around the world to compete in the […]

11 Stereotypes About Hawaiians You Shouldn’t Believe

boy jumping off boat

G. Wong for Culture Trip on untrue Hawaiian stereotypes.  Join us for a wonderful day on and under the sea for some ocean fun! Hawaii is a very diverse place, and the people that call this magical island home come from all over the world. There are many hilarious stereotypes out there that some individuals […]

The 5 Most Famous Hawaiian Songs

Marjorie Perijas for Culture Trip on five famous Hawaiian songs.  Join us on a snorkel or manta ray tour to visit the sea life off the coast of Kona for an unforgettable Hawaiian experience. Dust off your ukulele and strum along to these classics. These soothing musical gems were inspired by the islands of Hawaii […]

History of Hawaii’s Big Island

Kailua Kona coastline

Waimea.com on the history of the Big Island.  Join us on a snorkel or manta ray tour for a memory-making sea experience. Hawaii’s Big Island, like the name implies, is the state’s biggest island. And it is actually still growing, to date, because of its active volcanoes. The volcanic island has, so far, a land […]