The Big Island of Hawaii has the world’s most colorful sands. From sugar white to black and even green sand, take a journey around the island and learn how each sand type forms — and where to find it.
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This holiday season, take advantage of the best places to visit and eat while traveling to the Big Island's Kohala Coast. Hau’oli La Ho’omakika’i (Happy Thanksgiving) and Mele Kalikimaka (Merry Christmas)!
It may surprise some, but the Aloha State is no stranger to freezing temperatures, snowfall and even blizzards. Fortunately, Hawaiian snow is confined to the winter months on the islands’ highest peaks.
Hawaii’s shoulder season in September and October is the perfect time to plan your tropical getaway and save on airfare, accommodations, restaurants, and activities, all while enjoying beautiful beach weather.
The Big Island of Hawaii has the world’s clearest skies. In fact, many of the world’s most powerful telescopes are located on the summit of Mauna Kea, nearly 14,000ft above sea level.