The biggest island of the Hawaiian archipelago offers unique and surprising volcanic landscape along with rich historical attractions. Also found on the island is the must-see Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park (World Heritage Site according to the UNESCO) regrouping 2 active volcanoes, the Mauna Loa and the Kilauea. With more than a million tourists a year, its the most popular attraction on the island. By car or by foot, for an afternoon or a couple of days, the options are plentiful for planning your trip. The hikers have the choice between a lot of tracks (240 km) to explore deeply. We recommend you to seek information at the guest’s center in order to get the track’s map and to inform you on the attractions and security rules.
Big Island is home to heavenly beaches, particularly in the area of Kona. If you like golf, you find yourself at the Mecca of the golf ! Before you go, discover the charming city of Hilo. Surprising fact : this city self-proclaimed to be the city with the biggest amount of tsunami in the world. A tsunami museum has even been erected there!