Waikoloa Family Session – Lava Rocks at Sunset

Confession: I get SO freakin’ excited when someone tells me they’re bringing their family to Hawaii, especially if it’s their first time. After a few years of clients emailing me to ask what my favorite restaurant or beach or island activity was I thought – I should write all this down!

So last year, I sat down with my husband and we listed out our personal favorite Big Island experiences. And that labor of love turned into my well-loved digital Big Island Visitor Guide!

Everyone who books a session with me gets access to this amazing guide! I spent so much time on this, and packed it full of my favorite beaches, restaurants, and insider island tips… for example, did you know you can’t touch the turtles here? Yup, Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles are protected and you have to stay at least 20 feet away from these gorgeous ocean beauties. And if you want to know the best (not so well known) spots for real Hawaii poke on the Big Island, I’ve got you covered there, too!

My clients absolutely love this little extra perk because there’s nothing like a local’s perspective when you’re traveling somewhere new, am I right?!

ps. are you coming to the Big Island for the first time? I HIGHLY highly recommend downloading the GyPSy Big Island guide app. This isn’t sponsored! We just absolutely love this ourselves and recommend it to all our friends and family. Why? Because the Big Island is huge and you can easily spend 12+ hours driving around. This app syncs with your phone GPS and its like having your own personal tour guide while you drive. You absolutely won’t regret it!

Are you planning a family vacation to the Big Island of Hawaii? Let me capture your family visit to Hawaii with a stunning sunrise or sunset photo session on one of the beautiful beaches in on the island. I’d love to capture memories you’ll cherish forever!

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