10 Things to See and Do on The Big Island of Hawaii!

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Planning a trip to The Big Island of Hawaii??



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Barbara said: “My favorite place in the world! Kilauea Volcano is awesome and the Green Sand Beach (olivine) at the southern tip is beautiful and rare! Watch the sunset from the Observatory on Mauna Kea.”

SuzAnne said: “The black sand beaches!”

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Tina said: “So many places, where to start: Champagne Ponds, Volcano Park, the numerous waterfalls, Place of Refuge, and Black Sand Beach to name just a few.”

Krista said: Lava Tunnels, Volcanoes, black sand beaches.”

Lauren said: Manta Ray Dive & Volcano Park at sunset.”

Danielle said: “You totally need to go to Waipi’o Valley.  And walk in… despite the mile+ hike at a 24% grade.  It is well worth it for the amazing view!”

Patricia said: Hilo Farmers Market, Place of Refuge & Manta Ray night snorkel.”

Cheryl said: Swim with the dolphins.”

Jessica said: “A horseback ride in the northern valley :)”

Liz said: Mrs. Fields Macadamia Nut Farm.”

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So… have YOU every been to the Big Island of Hawaii before?

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3 Responses to 10 Things to See and Do on The Big Island of Hawaii!

  1. Anna says:

    I used to live there and it’s the most scenic island! Go see Hapuna Beach on Kona side. Visit the Hilo Farmers Market. Go get some shaved ice (the real stuff!!) at Wilson’s (located in downtown Hilo, near the Farmers Market). Go to Cafe 100 and get a loco moco (on Hilo side). Yes, visit Kilauea Volcano! Go to Waipio Valley and get some malasadas (Portuguese donuts) on the way there at Tex’s Drive In. Go to the macadamia nut farm too.

  2. My kids also like the Luapahoehoe train museum. It’s just a short stop in while driving around the norther part of the island and affordable too. http://www.thetrainmuseum.com/

  3. Dawn says:

    Hike or boat to ACTIVE HOT LAVA. WHALE watch and cruise to coastal WATERFALLS on the Hilo side. All off the beaten path. Kalapana Cultural Tours is a native Hawaiian family-owned business that does some amazingly different adventures aimed at perpetuating Hawaiian culture and taking you to the hidden Hawaii. Check them out at http://www.kalapanaculturaltours.com

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