Exclusive Hawaiian villas was established 4 years ago and is owned by Exclusive Bali villas who are specialists in exclusive villas in Bali and are well-Known for reliable service and professionism. Exclusive bali villas name and site was incorporated in 2009 in Bali as www.samudraraya.com, and the name and site was changed in December 2010 to www.samudrarayavillas.com.
Then we have more new developments and the site changes to www.exclusivebalivillas.com. Exclusive Bali Villas is a Villa Management company (Villa Ava 1-7, Villa Dewata III, Villa Samudra Raya and Villa Aqua) providing a range of villas and related services on the island of Bali in Indonesia for promoting the island, it's products and industries on the international market.
Exclusive Hawaii Villas is a management company specializing in providing you villa rental and holiday villa in Hawaii. All villas in exclusivehawaiivillas.com portfolio have been carefully selected to meet very high standard.
Our top villas include a supervisor in each villa who will take care of ANY requirements you might have. He can give you up-to-date advice on restaurants, entertainment and shopping, and he will answer any questions you may have during you stay.
During your stay in our villas, we can organize an English speaking massage theraphist, babysitter and tour driver. We would be happy to advise up-to-date restaurants, entertainment and shopping places. For the spa, babysitters and tours we require four hours prior notice and cancellation will be charged.
The modern and compact , fully-equipped kitchen is contains all of the facilities that the staff required for the preparation of delicious meals innovative buffets and party snacks. Cook service available , extra charge involved.
Diamond Head is part of the system of cones, vents, and their associated eruption flows that are collectively known to geologists as the Honolulu Volcanic Series, eruptions from the Koʻolau Volcano that took place long after the volcano formed and had gone dormant. The Honolulu Volcanic Series is a series of volcanic eruption events that created many of Oʻahu's well-known landmarks, including Punchbowl Crater, Hanauma Bay, Koko Head, and Mānana Island in addition to Diamond Head.
Diamond Head, like the rest of the Honolulu Volcanic Series, is much younger than the main mass of the Koʻolau Mountain Range. While the Koʻolau Range is about 2.6 million years old, Diamond Head is estimated to be about 200,000 years old and inactive for 150,000 years.
The eruption that built up Diamond Head was probably very brief, lasting no more than a few days. It was probably explosive, since when the cinder cone was originally formed, the sea level is thought to have been higher and the vent burst erupted over a coral reef. Another factor probably contributing to the eruption's explosive nature was that rising magma would have come into contact with the water table. The eruption's relatively brief length is thought to explain why the cone today is so symmetrical.
A nearby eruption that took place at about the same time as the Diamond Head eruption was the eruption that built the Black Point lava shield. Since the type of eruptions that built Diamond Head tend to be monogenetic, geologists don't believe that Diamond Head will erupt again.