Hawaii's Big Island features an abundance of excellent hiking trails. These trails vary in difficulty and scenery, but they all share a healthy dose of that unique Hawaii wow-factor. Whether your hiking to see imposing volcanoes, lush foliage, or shimmering ocean viewpoints, there's a trail for everyone on the Big Island.
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Explore our list of the best beaches and parks on the Big Island for viewing sea turtles. If you know where to look, Hawaii is one of the best places in the world for seeing sea turtles.
Located on the slopes of Kohala mountain, Hawi is an eclectic Big Island community with a rich history, unconventional shops, ‘ono restaurants and beautiful scenery.
The Big Island's Kilauea volcano, the most active volcano in the world, became dormant in September of 2018 after 35 years of continous activity. Since the volcano has now officially been classified as dormant, many wonder what they will see at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park during this respite...
The world's most famous extreme triathlon, Ironman, is coming to the Big Island on October 12, 2019. Thousands of atheletes, spectators and journalists have already descended upon the island, many training fearlessly along the Queen K Highway in preparation for Saturday's main event. Road closures will be occurring...
Where are the best locations to see Humpback Whales in Hawaii? Why did Humpback Whales suddenly start migrating to the islands in the 1800s? The answers might surprise you!
We put together recommendations for the best activities and restaurants for five different day excursions on the amazing Big Island of Hawaii.
The Big Island of Hawaii is renowned for its beautiful ocean waters and periodic high surf. Large waves can affect different sides of the island at various times of the year.
The Big Island of Hawaii, due to its variable terrain and volcanic activity, is famous for its many shades of sand. The most unique beach on the island is Papakōlea Beach, also known as Green Sand Beach, located near the southern tip of the Big Island.
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.