Island of Hawaii
Hawaii Island
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King Kamehameha statue on Hawaii Island

Hawaii Island

Hawaii may be the “Big Island,” but you could drive through all of it in as little as two days. But you won’t want to rush it. The longer you stay here, the more you will uncover Hawaii Island’s many secrets and surprises. See the stars from volcanic mountains or venture out and treck valleys to see the Hawaii Island coastline.

badge-hawaii-island.svgBreathe deep, and take in the fresh air. For a more relaxing experience visit Punaluu Beach or see the iconic waterfalls throughout the island. Observe the peculiarity of ancient petroglyphs and green sand. And let the ever-growing, lava-flowing shores bring something new for you to explore each day. This is an island that never gets old. Literally.

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Must See
Sea turtle on the Island of Hawaii
Must Do
  1. Coffee farm on the Island of Hawaii

    Farm & Brewery Tours

    Go (macadamia) nuts on a tour of Hawaii Island’s many farms and delectable breweries. You’ll sample delectable goods like Hawaiian chocolate and Kona coffee, and learn all about how Hawaii Island’s tasty treasures are harvested.

  2. Petroglyphs on the Island of Hawaii

    Ancient Hawaii

    Add time travel to your itinerary. History buffs will love delving into the history of Hawaii Island’s sacred grounds, and the mystery of its ancient petroglyphs.

  3. Green sand beach on the Island of Hawaii

    Green Sand Beach

    You’ll be seeing green when you head down to the olivine shores of Papakolea Beach. You won’t find another place like it in Hawaii (or the entire U.S.).

  4. Off road adventures on the Island of Hawaii

    Touring Expedition

    Make a mad dash down Hawaii Island’s coastlines on an ATV (All Terrain Vehicle), soar through hard-to-reach places by aircraft, or unwind on a horseback tour through awe-inspiring valleys. Every seat is a good seat.

Napua O.

“I find the Big Island to be the most amazing place on the planet. The unique diversity of climates… and the warm inviting people make it feel unlike any place I have ever been. It is like being called home.”