The Big Island of Hawaii towers above the crashing waves of the Pacific Ocean. Home to two of the world's greatest mountains, one of the world's most active volcanoes and 11 of the world's 13 climate zones, Hawaii's Big Island is a place like no other.
Big Island Sunset
Big Island Waterfall
Big Island Volcano
Big Island Beach Black Sand
On the Big Island, it's always best to expect the unexpected. Even the beaches don't follow the rules here. It's almost easier to find a black sand beach than a white one, and if you're adventurous enough, you can even sink your toes into one of the world's few green sand beaches.
The vast majority of the Big Island's visitors stay in the Kailua-Kona area with its fantastic weather, abundant shopping, and vast array of dining options. The ocean off the Kona coast is clear and great for both snorkelling and diving. To the north of Kona is the Gold Coast of Kohala. While drier and more barren than Kona, the region offers amazing beaches and great weather conditions.
Where else could you go snow skiing, walk to a lava flow, surf, snorkel, and visit a rainforest in the same day? Aloha to the Big Island of Hawaii!
Big Island Tourist Attractions –
• Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
• Akaka Falls State Park
• Thurston Lava Tube
• Kehena Black Sand Beach
• Pololu Valley Overlook
• Waipio Valley and Overlook
• Mauna Kea
• Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park
• Ahu'ena Heiau
• Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park
Below are a few of the hotels we feature as part of our Big Island holidays. If a hotel you are interested is not listed please call us.
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