Nicknamed "The Big Island," Hawaii Island is a microcosm of Hawaii the state. From long white-sand beaches and crystal-clear bays to rain forests, waterfalls, valleys, exotic flowers, and birds, all things quintessentially Hawaii are well represented here.

An assortment of happy surprises also distinguishes the Big Island from the rest of Hawaii—an active volcano (Kilauea) oozing red lava and creating new earth every day, the clearest place in the world to view stars in the night sky (Mauna Kea), and some seriously good coffee from the famous Kona district, and also from neighboring Kau.


  • Holualoa Kona Coffee Company

    Holualoa Kona Coffee Company

    77-6261 Old Mamalahoa Hwy. 808-322–9937, 800-334–0348
  • Natural Energy Lab of Hawaii Authority

    Natural Energy Lab of Hawaii Authority

    73-4485 Kahilihili St. 808-329–8073
  • Imiloa Astronomy Center

    Imiloa Astronomy Center

    600 Imiloa Pl. 808-969–9700
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