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Welcome to the Big Island of Hawaii, the largest of all the Hawaiian Islands.  On every edge of this glorious island there are golden beaches, panoramic Pacific Ocean views, exotic waterfalls and mountains to explore.  One cannot get bored when visiting this enormous island as it has so much to offer every type of traveler, whether you seek sun-filled days of relaxing on the beach or thrilling activity and sports. 

At the northern tip of the Big Island lies small towns and cozy countrysides in the North Kohala pensive. Discover rocky terrains, crashing waves, black sandy beaches, lush vegetation and spring-green coloured meadows.  Tourists can see picturesque sights of Maui's Haleakala volcano just off the coast of Highway 270 and take photos at the Pololu Valley Lookout that is just past the rural town of Hawi.

One of the most popular tourist areas on the Big Island is North Kona which is home to the beach town village of Kailua-Kona and Kailua Bay.  Visitors can explore the towns charm and all of its tasty restaurants, landmark attractions, Hualalai Volcano views, snorkeling opportunities and silky sandy beaches.

Famous with beach lovers, Kohala Coast on the Big Island provides visitors exceptional 5 star resort hotel amenities and stays, world-class beaches and sun bathing, lukewarm waterfronts and dry sun-filled days. There is no need to carry an umbrella with you here as it has almost zero rainfall.

For history enthusiasts, a visit to South Kona will keep them in awe as they discover the resting place of Captain Cook dating back to 1779.  An ancient Hawaii village called Pu’uhonua O Honaunau National Park translated at a ‘Place of Refuge’, is ready to be explored by all who step foot in South Kona. Water babies can enjoy top snorkeling, kayaking and diving adventures, while coffee connoisseurs can relax and enjoy a perfect cup of world-famous Kona coffee. 

Beach enthusiasts should not miss a visit to one of Hawaii’s most famous black sandy beaches named Punaluu. If traveling across the Big Island by car, visitors can take phenomenal photos of past lava-flowing experiences of the Kilauea Volcano and Mauna Loa Volcano.

Next on the agenda are views of the Hamakua Coast just north of Hilo town where flourishing vegetation, dramatic cliff drops, the dramatic Akaka waterfalls and colourful rainbows can be experienced. Don’t forget to visit the heart of the Big Island, known as Waimea and also called Kamuela, where views of the Mauna Kea Volcano are striking and incomparable to none. Aloha! This is Hawaii.


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