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SIZZLIN' AUGUST NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
August 2, 2017

Island of Hawaii (August 2, 2017) – From farm and chef fests to healing retreats and Hawaiian Sunset Saturdays, the island of Hawaii is buzzing with activity and, quite literally, the bees from one resort’s new honey project. Here is a listing of sizzlin’ events happening on the island of Hawaii in the months ahead, and the latest on tours, activities and more.

SIZZLIN' JUNE NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
June 1, 2017

Island of Hawaii (June 1, 2017) – A yoga festival amidst the peaceful setting of a rainforest retreat. A cool luau now in its 50th year, warmed up by fire-knife dancers. And adventurous outdoor land, sea and air tours, and diverse dining experiences. Here’s a listing of sizzlin’ events happening on the island of Hawaii in the months ahead, with more details about everything mentioned above, and the latest on new tours and activities, restaurants, hotel and resort deals, fun stuff and more.

SIZZLIN' APRIL NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
April 3, 2017

Island of Hawaii (April 3, 2017) – A long-distance outrigger canoe race along the Kona Coast ideal for watching from the shore. A day of independence for Hawaiian green sea turtles. An under-the-stars jazz and blues festival. And festivals celebrating Hawaiian cultural and sustainable practices, music, hula and art. Welcome to some of the great events happening on the island of Hawaii in the months ahead. You’ll find more details on each below, alongside the lowdown on new tours and activities, hotel and resort deals and experiences, dining and more.

SIZZLIN' FEBRUARY NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
February 1, 2017

Island of Hawaii (February 1, 2017) – The island of Hawaii inspires awe in travelers seeking unmatched access to nature at its most powerful and unfettered. We are active volcanoes, star-blanketed nights, diverse climates, verdant rainforests, miles of coastline, and an island rich with Hawaiian culture. The largest and youngest of Hawaii’s eight main islands, we offer visitors from all over the world adventures with bragging rights and memories to last a lifetime. And we invite our guests to experience accommodations, outdoor activities and dining found only on our island. Collected below are a selection of properties and tours showcasing the rich offerings of the island of Hawai‘i alongside news on activities, upcoming events and dining out experiences.

SIZZLIN' DECEMBER NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
December 1, 2016

Island of Hawaii (December 1, 2016) – What’s new for the New Year? Lots if you’re thinking about spending some of your much-deserved winter season leisure time getting warm and relaxed on the island of Hawaii. We’ve got festivals, outdoor activities, new restaurants and bars, room deals, an invitational for golf’s next generation of superstars, and more detailed below to celebrate the new year. There are even a couple of New Year’s Eve parties to actually ring in 2017. Read on!

SIZZLIN' NOVEMBER NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
November 1, 2016

Island of Hawaii (November 1, 2016) – Love is in the air, in the natural wonder, on the scenic roadways, and on the trade wind-cooled beaches of the island of Hawaii. It’s here all year and for all experiences, whether you arrive with a romantic occasion to celebrate at a Kohala Coast resort getaway or hidden volcano area bed-and-breakfast, or to enjoy the simple pleasure of each other’s company on a hike through a verdant rainforest or vast lava field. Discover your definition of romantic adventure on the island of Hawaii with the listing of accommodations and dining experiences below, along with a handful of other hotel, activities and tour news.

BIG ISLAND VISITORS BUREAU ANNOUNCES NAME CHANGE
October 24, 2016

Island of Hawaii (October 24, 2016) - The Big Island Visitors Bureau has officially changed its name to the Island of Hawaii Visitors Bureau (IHVB). "Depicted in IHVB's new logo, the design retains its overall elements and feel of the previous look, while aligning itself with the Hawaii Tourism Authority and Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau branding of the Hawaiian Islands," said Ross Birch, IHVB executive director.

SIZZLIN' OCTOBER NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
October 1, 2016

Island of Hawaii (October 1, 2016) – Happy Holidays, Hawaii-style! We know what you’re thinking: “It’s October! All that holiday stuff is still a couple of months away.” Trust us, it’s not too early (or too late) to begin planning the details for a week or two of holiday season warmth, fun and exploration on the island of Hawaii to stave the chill of year’s end. What groovy things can you do on the island in winter? Everything you can do in the spring, summer and fall, of course, with the addition of great only-in-Hawaii holiday season happenings. View the list of happenings below, and other event, hotel, activity and tour news.   

SIZZLIN' SEPTEMBER NEWS FROM THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
September 6, 2016

Island of Hawaii (September 6, 2016) – Everyone who visits Hawaii should memorize the Hawaiian phrase malama aina. It refers to the action of “caring for the land” – a commitment originating with the Hawaiian Islands’ first Polynesian settlers who weaved respect for the land, waterways and ocean into the way they conducted their everyday lives. On your next visit to the island of Hawaii, make caring for the island’s natural environment and resources a priority by adventuring with outdoor activity companies and enjoying eco-friendly accommodations that embrace ecologically sustainable practices. Find a few ‘green’ offerings listed below, alongside brand new island events and activities, as well as dining and hotel news. 

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August 1, 2016

Island of Hawaii (August 1, 2016) – To visit the island of Hawaii is to be closer than most ever get in their lifetimes to the geologic forces that created, and are still creating, our natural world. Kilauea volcano’s current lava flow, named 61G by the USGS Hawaiian Volcano Observatory, on July 26 became the first in three years to reach the coastline and is the subject of fascination for hearty hikers and local activity companies offering helicopter, land and boat tours. You’ll find a handful of these hikes and activities – all designed to safely show you the flow’s surface march to the sea or ocean entry – listed below along with the scoop on golf, events, accommodation deals, and dining on the island of Hawaii.

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