• Kau

    The most desolate region of the island, Kau, is nevertheless home to spectacular sights. Mark Twain wrote some... Read More
  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

    Few visitors realize that in addition to "the volcano" (Kilauea)—that mountain oozing new layers of lava onto... Read More
  • Kona Coast

    South of Kailua-Kona, Highway 11 hugs splendid coastlines and rural towns, leaving busy streets behind. The winding,... Read More
  • Kailua-Kona

    A fun and quaint seaside town, Kailua-Kona has the souvenir shops and open-air restaurants you'd expect in a small... Read More
  • Hilo

    In comparison to Kailua-Kona, Hilo is often described as "the old Hawaii." With significantly fewer visitors than... Read More
  • Puna

    The Puna District is wild in every sense of the word. The jagged black coastline is changing all the time; the... Read More
  • Hamakua Coast

    The spectacular waterfalls, mysterious jungles, emerald fields, and stunning ocean vistas along Highway 19 northwest... Read More
  • Kohala Coast

    If you had only a weekend to spend on the Big Island, this is probably where you'd want to be. The Kohala Coast... Read More
  • Mauna Kea

    Mauna Kea ("white mountain") offers the antithesis of the typical island experience. Freezing temperatures and... Read More
  • Waimea

    Thirty minutes over the mountain from Kohala, Waimea offers a completely different experience from the rest of... Read More