Hawaii’s Best showcases the best of what Hawaii has to offer along with a passion for ecotourism. In short, Hawaii’s Best is about experiencing Hawaii to its fullest.
The owners of Aloha Adventure Farms, Leiah and Adam Layton, were interviewed in March 2020 for episode #42 of Hawaii’s Best podcast to describe the uniqueness of their Big Island ATV tour and Polynesian Wood Carving tour. The episode is titled “Aloha Adventure Farms – Finding Culture and Adventure on the Big Island of Hawaii.” Check it out!
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“What a beautiful experience! The tour guides were amazing and the scenery is breath taking. It was a fun for my whole family!”Waller OhanaFacebook
“Went out yesterday on the Polynesian ATV tour with some friends. It was definitely the most fun I've had since coming to island. All of the staff was so friendly and helpful. Our guides were Jerome and Erica they were awesome, and made the experience so fun and something to remember!”Jenae RitchieGoogle
“Had the best time doing a Polynesian ATV tour with them! It was not only a great course to drive an ATV on but all the stations were super fun and very informative. Our guides were Erica and Jerome, both were awesome! Jerome obviously had extensive knowledge of Polynesian culture and history, and his fire dancing was INSANE!! Would highly recommend to anyone visiting the big island.”Jessi BowserFacebook
“We did both the ATV tour and the wood carving. I loved cruising around learning the islands' cultures, playing games, and the entertainment! Our guides were awesome, super fun experience. The wood carving teacher is a fourth generation carver in the traditional style and an excellent teacher.”Michael HemmatGoogle
“Hands down the best cultural experience on the island! There is definitely something to be said for cruising on your own ATV through the coffee trees, beautiful rainbow eucalyptus trees and untouched Hawaiian jungle!”Sara GustafsonFacebook
“We had an amazing experience on the ATV tour - learning about the history and cultural practices of different islands of Polynesia not only made it a fun adventure, but educational, engaging and informative too! Smelling coffee being roasted for parts of the excursion was also amazing and we felt totally immersed in the experience! Thank you!”Hailey PalmoreGoogle