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DISCOVER HAWAI‘I 69 HAWAII FOREST & TRAIL Small Group, All-Inclusive & Award-Winning Guided Nature Adventures Waterfalls ● Volcanoes ● Kona Coffee ● Birdwatching Summit & Stargazing ● Zipline Canopy ● Custom & Private Adventures +1.808.331.8505 www.hawaii-forest.com Experience ● Expertise ● Exclusive Access ● Since 1993 TRAVEL TIPS AIRPORTS Visitors from Australia y into Honolulu International Airport (HNL) on O'ahu rst and then take a short 35-40 minute ight to Hawai'i Island. The island o ers two airports - Kona International Airport (KOA) in the west and Hilo International Airport (ITO) in the east. GREEN SEA TURTLES These creatures are protected so do not touch them or venture too close. HEALTH CAUTION Volcanic gases can be dangerous to those with pulmonary disorders such as asthma so please seek advice from your doctor if you have such a condition and are planning to visit Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park. VOLCANO ERUPTION INFORMATION Phone (808) 985-6000 or check the Volcano Eruption Update page for the latest news at Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park. Visit nps.gov/havo/planyourvisit/lava2.htm TRANSPORT We recommend a rental car for exibility and ease, and strongly suggest booking before you arrive. Guided tours also operate across the island. WEATHER At sea level, the average summer temperature is 29°C and 26°C in winter. Trade winds assist the comfort level year-round. Pack a light, waterproof jacket for hiking or exploring the tropical rainforests of Hilo and the Hāmākua Coast and warmer clothes if you plan to visit the uplands of Waimea and the higher elevations of Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park. WHALE WATCHING The season runs from December through to May, with peak whale-watching months between January and early April.
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