Hawaii Island News Releases
- FIVE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE PARKS, SITES AND TRAILS. ONE VERY AMAZING ISLAND OF HAWAII.
- June 9, 2020
The island of Hawaii has five national parks. All right, more like one national park, two national historical parks, one national historic site and one national historic trail. But that’s still a very cool tally of National Park Service (NPS)-managed sites for one island. Especially when you consider that one of the sites encompasses more than 520 square miles of 4,028 square-mile island of Hawaii. Each is unique in its scenic beauty, history, location and natural and manmade treasures. And if you can swing visiting all of them on your next island stay, your life will be that much more awesome for having done so. Trust us.
- FEBRUARY NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
- February 18, 2020
Island of Hawaii (February 18, 2020) – Earth Day may be right around the corner, but sustainability is an everyday effort on the island of Hawaii. The island offers lots of ways for visitors to give back while on vacation in service of preserving natural resources for future generations to enjoy. You’ll find a snapshot of accommodations, activities and initiatives focused on sustainability listed below, and details on upcoming festivals and events, as well as what’s new on Hawaii Island this spring.
- DECEMBER NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
- December 9, 2019
Island of Hawaii (December 9, 2019) – We foresee a warm getaway to the island of Hawaii in your near future – 2020 to be exact! Travelers should make plans to visit Hawaii Island for its diversity of breathtaking natural landscapes and endless opportunities for adventure. The new year will welcome even more occasions for exploring the island via exciting events, activities, updated accommodations and much more.
- OCTOBER NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
- October 7, 2019
Island of Hawaii (October 7, 2019) – Travelers may initially be inspired to visit the island of Hawaii for its cerulean waters, verdant rainforests and valleys, and striking black sand beaches, but there is so much more to explore! With an abundance of culture and history to share, the island is full of unique experiences and intriguing facts inspiring first-time and returning visitors.
- AUGUST NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
- August 5, 2019
Island of Hawaii (August 5, 2019) – What better way to explore the island of Hawaii than via your taste buds on an eating and drinking adventure? Fresh fruits, vegetables, meats and seafood raised or procured by local farmers, ranchers and fishermen fuel the island’s unique, diverse and ever-expanding culinary scene.
- SIZZLIN’ JUNE NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
- June 17, 2019
Island of Hawaii (June 17, 2019) – Summer is here and it’s the perfect time to get outside, soak up the sun and experience all of the great offerings on the island of Hawaii. Take advantage of the extra hours of sunlight and explore the five National Park Service-managed parks, sites and trails, and dozen-plus state parks across the island. We’ve got all the details on the parks (and more) listed below.
- SIZZLIN’ APRIL NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
- April 2, 2019
Island of Hawaii (April 2, 2019) – As summer nears, there’s no better time to plan your next vacation to the island of Hawaii, where Hawaiian culture is celebrated and perpetuated through various festivals, events, ambassadors and activities. Visitors of all ages can learn about the island’s history, diverse culture and one-of-a-kind experiences by diving into the latest information and offerings below.
- SIZZLIN’ FEBRUARY NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
- February 4, 2019
Island of Hawaii (February 4, 2019) – With Earth Day right around the corner, there’s no better time than now to celebrate the joys of ecotourism on the island of Hawaii. With a diversity of businesses and community members supporting green and eco-friendly programs and initiatives, visitors to the island have ample opportunities to leave a lasting, positive impact during their vacation. In the spirit of responsible travel and honoring a destination’s sense of place, visitors can also take action by signing the island of Hawaii’s Pono Pledge, a public information campaign created by the County of Hawaii and the Island of Hawaii Visitors Bureau. Information on eco-friendly programs and events, and exciting updates await below.
- SIZZLIN’ DECEMBER NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
- December 3, 2018
Island of Hawaii (December 3, 2018) - As winter weather arrives on the continental United States, the island of Hawaii's golden beaches, tropical weather, fresh cuisine and bounty of activities beckon visitors to experience it all. Right on time for the holiday travel season, learn about the island of Hawaii's exhilarating new adventure tours, a new restaurant and coffee varietal, luxe helicopter experiences, and inspirations for Valentine's Day below.
- ISLAND OF HAWAII NAMED WORLD’S BEST WINTER VACATION
- October 18, 2018
Island of Hawaii (October 18, 2018) – The island of Hawaii has been recognized as the number one destination in the world for “Best Winter Vacations” this year, according to travelers and editors of U.S. News & World Report. The youngest and largest of the Hawaiian Islands, the island of Hawaii tops the list of 20 global destinations.