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Things To Do On The Big Island
Hot lava and stargazing adventures sit are just some of the things you’ll discover.
Things to do on the Big Island include exploring the underwater world in a glass bottom boat, watching hot lava explode, and hiking to a mountain waterfall. The Big Island is also known for its big game fishing, and ocean sunset cruises tak to look for humpback whales. In Hilo you can visit the Pacific Tsunami Museum, drive along the beautiful Hamakua Coast, or up to the top of the nearly 14,000-foot Mauna Kea volcano for a stargazing adventure. Read More ↓
Volcanoes National Park
Watch hot lava explode as it pours into the sea from Kilauea Volcano. Volcanoes National Park includes a visitor center which features a free film staring Pele, Hawaii’s goddess of fire.
Hike to a mountain waterfall to swim in a cool stream.
The Big Island is known for its big game fishing with the lucky ones pulling in a “grander,” a Pacific blue marlin weighing more than 1,000 pounds!
Sunset Dinner Cruise
Ocean cruises take in the sunset while you enjoy a Hawaiian luau and look for humpback whales.
In Hilo you can visit the Pacific Tsunami Museum and then stop by the Big Island Candies to see how they make their famous macadamia nut short bread cookies.
Take a drive along the beautiful Hamakua Coast, down into the awesome Waipio Valley,
Make the journey up to the top of the nearly 14,000-foot Mauna Kea volcano for a stargazing adventure at the world’s best astronomy site.
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