Places We'd Like To Take You
||A lovely beach and acres of petroglyphs
close to major hotels with a good access road and even a Starbucks is nearby.
Kamehameha's Birthplace and Pololu Valley are
near this old sugar-cane town that is now an artistic community. This is a very
dry walk far from shops.
||Beautiful waterfalls and huge Botanical Gardens
are near the old Hawaiian town of Hilo
- plan to spend a day or two there. No shortage of all amenities.
||This village is older than Kailua-Kona,
which is about 1500 feet below. It is like a drive-through botanical garden
with a community of artists and coffee farmers. Don't miss the
Ipu Hale Gallery.
||A partially restored
- where old Hawaiians could be purified from their
errors against the severe kapu system of rules ... if they could get
||Petroglyphs and temples surround a
beautiful beach park and harbor.
||Visit Akaka Falls - three
waterfalls in a beautiful, dense tropical forest
||Remains of old heiau (pre-Christian temples),
a menehune breakwater, and delightful small sandy beaches
||South Point - the southern tip of Hawaii.
Look for old temple ruins and ancient canoe moorings. Consider a walk to
Green Sand Beach!
||The old Hikiau heiau is
next to an underwater state park where you can kayak or enjoy superb snorkeling.
A great place to watch spinner dolphins.
||Site of a Hawaiian village that was
reputed to have been a healing center.
||Drive up, up, UP to the observatory visitor's
center and see the stars like never before. Dress warm - it is COLD up there
at night! For the old Hawaiians,
the summit of Mauna Kea had the best basalt lava for making stone tools.
||This volcano summit is for people who
want severe mountain hikes and to experience altitude sickness (and
who really, really, really like lava).
||One of the few native Hawaiian
communities left on Big Island. The locals may not shower you with aloha,
temple was reputedly built
around 480 AD ... and remains one of the strangest (and most haunted)
places on all the Hawaiian islands.
||Great place to fill up the gas tank and
load up on Ka'u coffee and ono (delicious) sweet bread at the
charming Na'alehu Bakery
||Puna is the wild west of Hawaii -
with many heiau, black sand beaches, hot pools and other
interesting places. We often stay in Pahoa when we explore the Puna
coast. Beware of thieves and amateur socialists.
||This black sand beach is near an ancient
luakini heiau complex (temple for human sacrifice) called Kane'ele'ele.
It was partly destroyed by businessmen to make a sugar loading wharf -
which is now mostly destroyed by nature.
||Acres of incredible petroglyphs are
at the end of a beautiful walk through dense woodland. Don't mess
with the wild bees. It's a sting operation.
||The last war temple built by
Chief Kamehameha. It
overlooks an older temple and the remains of a village. (Beware of
sharks in the bay!)
||Remote, windy and beautiful ... Ka Lae is a
fishing paradise and an entrance to Milu .... the old Hawaiian land
of the dead.
||Volcano Park has it all ... petroglyphs,
rain forests, lava tubes, craters, endless lava formations, live lava viewing
and black sand beaches. Walk early with us, then relax with a buffet lunch at the
Volcano House restaurant.
||Old Hawaii at its best - ruined temples,
waterfalls, jungle, big waves and a long sand beach. And don't even think
about driving a car down that hill!
beautiful Tibetan Buddhist temple in gorgeous surroundings and
a great place for peaceful meditation after Volcano Park
or South Point.
Hey Bruddas an Sistahs ... When you gonna come Big Island?
Yes - the other Hawaiian islands also have their beauties and treasures
- and Big Island is enough for me. After a lifetime I still find and
explore important locations and beautiful places that are not mentioned
in any guide book.
We have helped many people visit special and sacred places.
Some, like Pu'uhonua Honaunau and
Pu'ukohala are visited by
many tourists - but most of the preferred places are far off the beaten
track. Bring strong shoes and a wide-brimmed hat.
Some few Hawaiian people still offer superb examples of
traditional crafts and modern arts, and still know and use the old
healing rituals. See Hawaiian Spirituality
E komo mai. Welcome.
We teach in many countries - usually on secluded beaches, forests or parks.
We can meet and work online - or in beautiful places.
We bring this
wisdom to the world under the name of Huna Kalani.
Do you want to heal
your life? We seek people who wish to use this ancient magic.
We offer you an experiential introduction to
You can experience the beauty and power of Huna Kalani in a series of
workshops that can expand your perception of reality. Hawaiian magic
refers to an ancient technology that few understand. Within this old
healing magic are some of the roots of the
of our systemic solutions.
Training in Hawaiian Mysticism
Bringing Down the Sun: Ho'oponopono
Elements of Nature: Honua, Ha, Ahi & Wai
Dreamtime: Ho'omoe, Moe Uhane & Expanded Consciousness
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