Are you looking to do something a bit more exciting during this trip to Hawaii? You might want to consider going on one of our ATV tours. These tours are available on all islands and if your lucky you'll get to ride through plenty of mud during tour tour. If you like motor sports, adrenaline or simply seeing some amazing backcountry scenery then you should definitely add one of these trips onto your vacation's itinerary. We've sent our film crew on most of the rides in the state. If you would like to get a better idea of what they're all like, read through our ATV Blogs and watch the videos.
The truth is that you don't know what dirty is until you've been on one of these Kauai ATV adventures. Kauai's 'red dirt' is famous and you can expect copious quantities of it to find its way into every pore and crevice of your body.
When I was growing up, I always had a love for all things off road. I don't know if it was because my early childhood years were influenced by the monster truck racing that seemed to always be on TV, or if it had more to do with the childhood adventures on my mountain bike, or if it was a combination of the two.
This morning I woke up to very wet and rainy weather at my house in Lihue. My girlfriend had to work and I really wanted to do something more exciting then messing around inside on my computer all day.
The Waipio Valley on the Big Island is estimated to have once been the home to a city of over 50,000 Hawaiians. The amount of history and beauty that exists in this place is unbelievable and if you have enough time to make it up here on your visit to the Big Island, you should.
Kualoa Ranch is one of the premiere attractions on the island of Oahu. It is a 4000 acre working cattle ranch that was established in 1850. Stretching from the mouth of Kaneohe Bay to the adjacent Kaaawa Valley, its' beauty has not gone unnoticed.
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