Hawaii was chosen as the site for our raw food experience,
because of it's tropical Weather, Rainforests, and
most importantly ...it's
tropical fruit! Please read more about
All the Hawaiian islands were formed by volcanic action, but only on
Hawaii's Big Island are those volcanoes still active. Visitors shouldn't miss watching the
fiery eruptions that continue to shape the youngest land on Earth. Such sheer rawness
might make the island seem an unlikely tourist destination, but it also offers everything
you could want from a tropical vacation - dependable sunshine, sandy beaches, warm
fish-filled waters, swaying coconut palms and pristine rainforest.
Hawaii's Big Island remains remarkably stress-free and totally
unique among the Hawaiian Islands. It doesn't have skyscrapers or large-scale strip
development projects. The entire island has the population of a medium-sized town,
with 145,000 people.
As befits the birthplace of King Kamehameha, the first man to rule all the
Hawaiian islands, Hawaii's Big Island maintains strong links with its Polynesian past.
Only just over two centuries have passed since the isolation of its original inhabitants
came to an end. Today, many of their places of worship, petroglyphs, and abandoned villages
of old are scattered throughout the island. Otherwise, though many of its smaller towns
have an appealing air of the nineteenth-century West about them, with their false-front
and wooden boardwalks, few historical attractions are likely to lure you away from the
beaches. Any time you can spare to go sightseeing is better spent exploring the
waterfalls, valleys and especially the volcanoes, that were so entwined with the lives of
the ancient Hawaiians.
The Hawaiian Islands have a moderate tropical
climate with gentle northeasterly tradewinds and warm Pacific waters almost year-round.
Temperatures vary little from place to place. The average annual temperature of 75 degrees
Fahrenheit (23.9 degrees Celsius) fluctuates only a few degrees from summer (May through
October) to winter (November through April).
Come to Hawaii Live. You'll see sights like nowhere else on Earth
and make memories that will last a lifetime.