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US News & World Report Calls Big Island A 2018 ‘Winter Hot Spot’

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Recently, Hawaii’s Big Island was named the Best Winter Vacation spot in the world by U.S. News & World Report! Of the top 20 winter vacation spots around the globe, we took number 1. Why are we not surprised? Some people really do like cold weather, snow, and all that goes along with the winter months. For most, however, it’s […]

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Nui Italian At Hilton Waikoloa Village Brings Italian Favorites To Big Island

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Recently, Chef Gino Cipriano opened his new restaurant, Nui Italian, at Hilton Waikoloa Village. This is exciting news for those passionate about authentic Italian cuisine! Cipriano, a native of Sicily, uses fresh, local ingredients to create Italian menu items that include pizza, pasta and signature entrees. A few of the entrees guests can choose from include shrimp scampi, grilled ribeye, […]

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Baby Boomers And The Big Island – What’s The Connection?

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In the U.S. over 10,000 people reach the age of 65 each day according to AARP. Maybe you’ve dreamed all of your life of retiring on the Big Island, or you’ve come to the conclusion later in life that you’re ready for a relaxed, comfortable way of living outside of the noise, hustle and bustle of most suburban cities. Regardless […]

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VIDEO: Meet Two Generations of Realtors & Their Tight-Knit Team That Make Mauna Kea Realty So Special

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A unique scenario unfolds every day on the Kohala Coast of the Big Island of Hawaii. Two generations of the same families make the beautiful drive from their homes in nearby Waimea (known locally as Kamuela) to their shared office within the historic Mauna Kea Beach Hotel. Fathers work alongside their grown sons and daughters, and one married couple approaches […]

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A Few Reasons Why Life On The Big Island Is Right For You!

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There are so many reasons those who live on the Big Island wouldn’t have it any other way – too many to mention, really. You can search the web and find tens of thousands of reasons to choose Hawaii Island, but our luxury real estate professionals have a few here we think you’ll find interesting! It’s more than lush tropical […]

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Hilo Ranked Among 20 Best Winter Vacation Destinations For Snowbirds

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Our Big Island luxury real estate agents know that many people who vacation on our beautiful island fall in love with the culture, people, and of course, the gorgeous year-round weather. You may or may not want to make Hawaii your permanent residence, however, if you’re a snowbird, you may want to migrate to Hilo for a warm respite from […]

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Life On The Big Island – Surprising Things You’ll Be Grateful For

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As Hawaii luxury real estate brokers, we know those who live on the Big Island or have a second home here are grateful for many things, including the beautiful beaches, landscapes, and opportunity to enjoy an active lifestyle. While there’s lots to be grateful for, there are a few other advantages that, while, albeit a bit smaller, you will likely […]

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Hilo On The Big Island Home To New Fish & Poi Co.

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As Big Island luxury real estate professionals, we naturally love to inform readers about the magnificent, upscale resort properties and neighborhoods on our beautiful island, but it’s also important to share what’s going on in terms of new businesses, restaurants, activities, events, and more. Those who love poke and Hawaiian food will be happy to learn that Fish & Poi […]

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Earth Day On The Big Island – Beach Cleanup At Kealakekua Bay

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Kealakekua Bay, located on the Big Island approximately 12 miles south of Kailua-Kona, is where the crew, families, and even some regular customers of the Kona Pub & Brewery focused their cleanup efforts on Earth Day, April 22 2017. Ke’ei Beach is a popular site for camping and fishing that, while historical, unfortunately collects unsightly trash that not only detracts […]

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