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The Big Island of Hawaii is not only the biggest island but it is also the most diverse. The island showcases Hawaii’s natural beauty, history and culture. From the exuberant Hilo town to the worlds most active volcano to its one day fly-away trips to Historical Pearl Harbor Tour, to to Kaui’s untouched nature island adventure, Hawaii big island has it all foe all our guest.
Visitors coming Maui will have a myriad tours, activities and luaus abundant on the island to entertain both the local and the visitors who come to this island paradise shores. Those would like to experience the Hawaiian Islands from above, breathtaking helicopter tours in Maui, Kaui, Oahu, and over the volcano on Hawaii Big Island of Hawaii is the way to go.
The Big Hawaii is a perfect destination for family, singles and couples that want to celebrate romance.
Hawaii, the island chain’s largest island, is commonly referred to as the Big Island. Tours of the Big Island show you the many wonders Mother Nature offers on this volcanic landscape.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Hilo Town feature many places to see on the Big Island. Check out these must-see attractions on the Big Island, which are included with our Big Island tours.
Rainbow Falls is Hilo’s greatest waterfall, cascading 80 feet over an ancient cave, believed to be the home of Hina, mother of the demigod Maui. In the morning, when the sun hits the misty waterfall, Rainbow Falls is at its best. Remember to bring your camera!
This beautiful Japanese gardens, known as the Queen Liliuokalani Gardens, is dedicated to Hawaii’s last monarch and the Japanese workers of Hawaii. A drive through the gardens let you experience Hilo’s peaceful escape, quiet streams and Japanese bridges. You’re invited to discover Liliuokalani Gardens.
Near the Liliuokalani Gardens is Banyan Drive, populated with 50 banyan trees planted by various celebrities and popular figures, including President Franklin D. Roosevelt. Banyan Drive offers views of Kuhio Bay, a gorgeous Hawaiian bay where stand-up paddlers glide across the waters and rainbows arch across the sky on a regular basis.
When people think Big Island tours, they imagine Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes. Kilauea’s history—it’s been erupting constantly since the 1980s—draw visitors into the amazing world of Hawaiian natural wonders, where sea and fire struggle daily in a battle of the elements. When lava is active, the landscape comes alive as molten rock pours into the Pacific Ocean. The landscape is ever-changing, and lava activity can create incredible event, like a lake of lava rising and collapsing in a matter of a few short months. It’s truly amazing to watch this in person! Are you ready to take a Big Island tour?