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Hawaii Island Guide

The Island of Hawaii is the largest island in the Hawaiian chain, with an area twice as big as all the other Hawaiian Islands combined, and is consequently known as “The Big Island.” It is as diverse as it is large, with astonishingly unique natural wonders.

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Island Tours & Activities

Book island tours & activities with our partners at Hilton Grand Vacations. From helicopter rides over active volcanos and golfing trips to ocean cruises and watersports, a wide choice of options are available to help you make the most of your vacation. For more information, visit www.hwvtoursandactivities.com or call us at 1-866-931-1679, available between 7:30am and 5:00pm Hawaii Time, Monday through Saturday (closed Sunday).

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Beaches

Around Hawaii Island, you’ll find some of the most picturesque beaches. From the white sands of Hapuna Beach State Park, rated as the top beach in the United States, to the exotic Punalu'u Black Sand Beach and the sandy Anaeho'omalu Beach—where the sunsets are famous.

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Kona Coffee, Markets & Macadamia Nuts

Visit the plantations of one of the world’s rarest coffees and discover why it is so unique. Explore local farmers markets and pick up some delicious fresh island produce or enjoy a fascinating tour of the macadamia nut factory.

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Cultural & Historical Sites

Explore Hawaii Island’s many cultural & historical sites, from majestic active volcanoes to fascinating historical sites which allow you to delve into ancient Hawaiian culture, such as Pu'uhonua O Honaunau and Kaloko-Honokohau.

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Harbors & Ocean Activities

Discover the charming harbors and bays of Hawaii Island where a wide variety of ocean activities can be found. From scuba diving amongst an array of colorful marine life to sailing, submarine rides and canoe racing, the island is a haven for beginners and experience enthusiasts.

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Museums

Delve into history, science and the arts in a variety of museums in Hawaii Island.  Visit an amazing planetarium, find out about the island’s volcanos. Explore Hawaii’s dramatic past or the destruction of the Pacific tsunami.

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Nature & Outdoor Activities

Experience the Big Island of Hawaii’s spectacular natural attractions, from stunning valleys and waterfalls to the majestic volcanos which have shaped the face of the Hawaiian Islands. Or visit the world’s largest observatory at Mauna Kea.

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Zoos & Gardens

Enjoy a visit to Panaewa Rainforest Zoo, which is home to an array of animals including a tiger, monkeys exotic birds and more. Explore other famous sites which feature the island’s natural flora, scenic trails and colorful gardens.

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Popular Drives

Take a few hours to drive to Kona where you can walk along Ali'i Drive with its shops, restaurants and nightlife. Make a day out of your trip by adding stops at Kona Coffee Farms further south, or even venture as far south as South Point, the southernmost point in the 50 United States.

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