Hawaiian Chocolate & Kona Eco-Tourism – Hour 2 – PGW Radio
On Saturday, June 26, Peter broadcast his radio show from Kona Village Resort in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Featured guests from the show include:
Jane Engle, assistant travel editor for the Los Angeles Times, talking about the latest travel news, from South Africa’s high-speed trains to tourism troubles in Mexico;
Bob & Pam Cooper, owners of The Original Hawaiian Chocolate Factory, sharing the delicious story of Hawaii’s newest crop: chocolate;
Charles Veley, the most-traveled man in the world and founder of MostTraveledPeople.com, telling his stories of traveling on the Big Island and beyond;
Rob Pacheco, owner & president of Hawaii Forest & Trail, explaining why Kona is such a unique location for eco-tourism, from volcano hikes to rainforest trekking, and more.
Check out the other guests from this show here.
For more on Kailua-Kona, check out Hawaii’s Big Island: Ask the Locals Travel Guide.
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