Blog Archive: Dec 0

Oasis of Fun

Climb aboard a red Jeep for a visit to the ancestral home of the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians where stunning rock formations and the contrasting greens of magnificent fan palms and more than 150 species of plants beckon travellers to these lush palm oases.

Picturesque Paddling

Discover a scenic and relaxing desert oasis while drifting on the river surrounded by spectacular, unobstructed views. Experienced guides bring the landscape to life with interesting tidbits of history.

Sandcastle Building Competition

When one thinks of a trip to Hawai’i thoughts of the sun on your face and your toes in the sand immediately come to mind. Today we take a day at the beach up a notch with this fun, creative teambuilding activity.

This day of fun-in-the-sun begins when the group is …

Plant a Koa Tree – Local Give Back

The Koa tree is native to Hawai’i and grows up to 100 feet high – an overarching monarch in the forest. Acacia Koa (considered some of the best Koa wood) is found specifically on the Big Island.

Today, visit a historic site located on the slopes of Mauna Kea that was …

Outrigger Canoe Regatta

The “beach boy” outrigger canoe is a modern twist on the boats used by ancient Hawaiians for fishing and traveling between the islands. Since then, locals and visitors alike have been enjoying the exhilarating feeling of catching waves on an outrigger canoe on Waikiki beach since the early 1900’s.

To this …