Do you want to see a tropical coral reef while snorkeling, see the sunset from the summit of MaunaKea, or see flowing, red-hot lava? Read more about our favorite activities for the Big Island.
Only possible on the Big Island, don’t visit Hawaii without at least seriously considering these unique experiences!
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The second-biggest island in the chain, much of Maui’s appeal comes from its natural landscape and biodiversity, including its two massive volcanoes, whale watching and marine ecosystems
O‘ahu is the lively center and most visited of all Hawaiian Islands. As a paradise for active travelers it is rich in experiences that include nature, culinary discoveries, historic landmarks, shopping, nightlife and festivals.
With a population of less than 75,000, Kauaʻi is truly a small-town island, littered with open space, protected preserves, and old plantation history.