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Akaka Falls State Park

Akaka Falls State Park is a latter-day Eden of bamboo forests and waterfalls, including the 400-ft/124-m drop of its namesake Akaka Falls. The park is a 5-mi/8-km drive inland from the highway that passes through the small town of Honomu, along the n...

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Captain Cook

The town of Captain Cook is located in the southern portion of the Kona coast where the best Hawaiian coffee, Kona, is produced. You can find out about growing and processing coffee at the Kuaiwi Farm. Samples—as well as a gift shop—are available the...

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Hamakua Coast

From North Hilo to Waipio Valley, the Hamakua coast offers splendid ocean views—take the road below the one marked "scenic point" to see Laupahoehoe Point without the houses blocking your view. This area receives 84 in/213 cm of rainfall a year, and ...

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Hapuna Beach

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Hawi is the northernmost town on the Big Island, 50 mi/80 km north of Kailua-Kona, located near the Kohala Mountains and Kapa'au, another small community. The area around Hawi is rich in Hawaiian history, and there are two attractions considered must...

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You'll experience the Big Island's contrasts for yourself in the lush tropical port of Hilo. Hilo has an annual rainfall of more than 100", earning it the title of America's Wettest City. The result is some of the most spectacular flower gardens, w...

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Located on the upland slopes, Holualoa is a well-kept town of resident artists and shops in the heart of Kona coffee country, 5 mi/8 km southeast of Kailua-Kona. Spend some time exploring the many art specialty shops, galleries and studios. Look for ...

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Honomalino Bay

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This famous area of the Big Island is on the western side along the coast North Kona and South Kona. Kailua-Kona is the name of the main town along the coast, with Kona added to distinguish it from other Kailuas. This tourist-oriented seaside village...

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In Kainaliu, 9 mi/15 km southeast of Kailua-Kona, stop for a meal at Rebel Kitchen and browse through the neighboring stores. A number of gift and specialty shops on the busy main street are worth checking out, including old-time Oshima's drug store ...

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Kau Desert

If there's time, take a look at the Kau Desert, located 50 mi/80 km southwest of Hilo. Highway 11 crosses through the edges of the Kau Desert between Hawaiian Volcanoes National Park and the small town of Pahala. Not technically a desert—the average ...

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Kealakekua Bay

Near Napoopoo, just south of Captain Cook, is Kealakekua Bay, where Cook's ships made their unwise anchorage in 1779. You can see a tall white marble obelisk that commemorates the bay as the place where the explorer was killed. The monument, at the f...

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The bay of the city was shaped from the ancient Hawaiian legend of King Kamehameha III born into the waters of the natural springs. The area served as a playground for Hawaiian royalty however it was also a battlefield that unified the Hawaiian islan...

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The fabled Kohala coast extends north for about 15 mi/24 km until just past the small town and harbor of Kawaihae. The Kohala coast is home to some of Hawaii's most magnificent luxury resorts. The Hilton Waikoloa Village is among the lavish propertie...

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Devastated by a tsunami in 1946, this town is now home to a lovely oceanfront park as well as the Train Museum. The museum documents the century-long era when sugar production came to dominate the economy of Hilo and Hawaii's Hamakua Coast.

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Mauna Kea

At a breathtaking 14,000 ft/4,265 m (with an azure sea sparkling below), Mauna Kea is one of the best spots on Earth to explore the heavens: The Mauna Kea observatory complex has 13 major astronomical telescopes. Free stargazing programs are presente...

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Mt. Kilauea (Cruising)

Mt. Kilauea is one of the most stunning and active volcanoes in the world. The eruption of Kilauea began in 983 and has remained active allowing spectators an close look at its grandeur. As you cruise alongside, you will see stunning lava flows ...

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Puna Coast

This is the easternmost point of the Big Island. You can get there by driving south out of Hilo, but first make a stop at Pana'ewa Rainforest Zoo & Gardens (off Highway 11—look for the signs). There, you can take a short drive into the rain forest, w...

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Puuhonua O Honaunau National Historic Park

The 12th-century Puuhonua O Honaunau National Historic Park is also known as the "Place of Refuge." This was once a sanctuary where those who broke Polynesian taboos could receive ritual purification. This was critical, because if their misdeeds were...

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Puukohola Heiau National Historic Site

Built by Kamehameha I in 1791, this temple on the northwest Kohala coast is still a sacred shrine for many Hawaiians. A prophet advised Kamehameha the Great that if he were to construct the temple, the warrior-king's conquest of all the Hawaiian Isla...

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South Kohala

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Volcano, HI

Near Kilauea is the quiet, relaxing village of Volcano where accommodations—several bed-and-breakfast inns and lodges—are available. The town gets about 100 in/250 cm of rain each year, but the showers seldom last long. Volcano is not on the coast an...

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Volcanoes National Park

The impressive Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, with two active volcanoes (Mauna Loa and Kilauea), requires at least a half-day visit, and a full day (or even two) is better. Of the two volcanoes, Kilauea is much more accessible and is more active—it'...

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This town near the northern end of the Big Island, 55 mi/90 km northwest of Hilo, goes by two names: Waimea and Kamuela. The town uses the name Kamuela for its postal address to avoid confusion with another town, also called Waimea, on Kauai Island. ...

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Waipio Valley

The Waipio Valley is a stunning area on the northeast coast that was considered a holy place by Polynesians. Legend has it that there is an entrance to the underworld in the area. The steep road into the valley requires a four-wheel-drive vehicle, bu...

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Twice as large as all of the other major Hawaiian Islands combined, the The Island of Hawaii (the Big Island) is also the youngest of the island chain. At some 800,000 years of age, it's also still growing. The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park contains one of the world's most active volcanoes which continues to pour into the sea adding to the shoreline. From its snow capped peaks to its black, white and green sand beaches the island is really a study in contrasts. Rocky deserts and lush rainforests. Peaceful bays and rolling pasture land. Luxurious orchids and waterfalls on the windward side, and areas on the western slopes where the world famous Kona coffee is grown. The Island of Hawaii is the place for adventure. Horseback riding in Waimea. Golf everywhere. Snow skiing (really!) at Mauna Kea. The ocean is gorgeous at any time of year. Kona is the marlin fishing capital of the Pacific. Or maybe the quaint shops and restaurants of Hilo, will be enough to keep you thoroughly entertained. The Big Island is also the place for history. All over the island you'll see petroglyphs, and heiau, ancient places of worship. The royal summer palace and the first Christian church in Hawaii will take you back in time. From the rainbows and waterfalls of the windward side to the sun drenched beaches of the Kona/Kohala Coast, the Big Island is vibrant and alive. And wherever you go, you'll find the spirit of Aloha. Of course, you'll find all of the amenities, attractions, activities, and accommodations that will fit any pocketbook and life style. You'll also find a physical beauty, a depth of cultural heritage, and a spiritual warmth that is without equal. Whatever you're looking for in a Hawaiian vacation, the Island of Hawaii offers some great moments that could last a lifetime. Because Hawaiian weather varies very little throughout the year, the weather you'll experience on the Big Island depends more on location than time of year. The wide variety of climates and the resulting range of temperatures and rainfall across the island are due primarily to differences in elevation and exposure to the moist northeasterly trade winds. The average day-time temperature in the coastal resort areas ranges from the mid 80's (29.4 C)in the summer months of May to October to the mid to low 70's (23.9-26.1 C) during the winter months of November to April.
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