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Why Tom Barefoot's Tours

Tom Barefoot's Tours has excellent customer service.

"I spoke with or chatted online with multiple representatives for Tom's in the last week and all 3 seemed to only have my best interests in mind. We booked a couple of great trips and had a great time on each. We couldn't have been more pleased."
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Snorkeling on the Big Island

"Once again Tom Barefoot's Tours came thru. My wife and I are in Maui and wanted to find a dinner cruise today, for her birthday, last minute with little chance of success for 6 people until I chatted and then called Leslie. She found two different cruises open for us and handled everything perfectly and in a professional and personal manner. I had conformation tickets to my email within minutes of our chat and phone conversation. Why use anyone else?"
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Hawaiian Info Bite of the Day

It doesn't take long for molten lava from Hawaii's volcanoes to bring new life to the islands!

Plant life in Hawaii works hand in hand with the geology of these islands to not only keep expanding the Hawaii footprint with new land being made by the volcanoes but nature also does its best to regenerate this barren rock into beautiful forests. And, it does so fast!

Hawaii has 'Shield Volcanoes', What Are They?

Of the various types of volcanoes found on the Earth, the least destructive of them are the Shield Volcanoes such as the ones found in Hawaii. These volcanoes are primarily made of basalt, which in its fluid state is less viscous or sticky and as an analogy it flows more like water than like honey. Because of this property of the lava it can run..

Amazing Hawaiian Fish Ponds

The Hawaiians were masters of a self-sustaining and self-replicating ecosystem in ways that could only be envied by modern-day environmentalists. No where can this be seen and demonstrated better than in their use of the Hawaiian fishponds that were built throughout the islands of Hawaii between 1000 and 800 years ago. As seen in the adjoining..