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Hawaii, the Big Island

Welcome to the “Big Island!” Hawaii Island earned its nickname by being the youngest but largest island in the Hawaiian Island chain. Nearly double the size of any other, the Big Island hosts all but four of the world’s climate zones and one of the most active volcanoes on earth. From beautifully colored beaches and natural wonders to underwater activity and cultural experiences, the six unique towns on the island offer adventure for everyone!

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    Aston Waikoloa Colony Villas
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    Royal Kona Resort
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    Sheraton Kona Resort Spa at Keauhou Beach
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Best of the Big Island

  • Local Vibes

    When visiting the Hawaii Island, it’s essential to take in the local vibes. Try 100% pure Kona Coffee, visit one of the hundreds of coffee farms in Kona or check out the annual Kona Coffee Cultural Festival in November. You can also stop by the Hilo Farmer’s Market to try the delicious and fresh local fruits and vegetables.
  • Volcanoes

    The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, located in Kau, is home to two active volcanoes, Maunaloa and the world’s most active, Kilauea. Due to the constant volcanic activity, beach goers can also take in the jet-black sand of Punalu’u Black Sand Beach. For another colorful beach, head over to Papakolea Beach (Mahana Beach) and experience one of only 4 green-sand beaches in the world!
  • Waterfalls

    The breathtaking waterfalls on the northeastern coast of this island are well worth the hike. Experience the 80-foot Waianuenue waterfall, which creates bubbling pools or take a guided tour to get a close look at the 1,300-foot Hiilawe Fall. The stunning 442-foot Akaka Falls in Akaka State Falls Park is a must-see, as well.