Why Visit The Big Island?
The Big Island, officially known as Hawaii Island, is the largest and most geologically diverse of the Hawaiian Islands in the Pacific Ocean. It is celebrated for its breathtaking natural beauty, diverse ecosystems, and the presence of two of the world’s most active volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa.
The Big Island’s landscapes range from lush rainforests and cascading waterfalls on the windward side to stark lava fields and volcanic craters on the leeward side. Its history is intertwined with Polynesian voyagers, the arrival of Captain James Cook, and the ongoing geological processes that shape the island’s terrain.