Places you should visit atleast once in Hawaii - The Big Island

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Four months after closing due to intense and damaging volcanic activity, Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park reopened in..


Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park

Hawaii - The Big Island

A visit to Hilo's Akaka Falls State Park will entail a short, low-intensity hike in northeastern Hawai'i

Akaka Falls State Park


Hawaii - The Big Island

Up until the early 19th century on Big Island, Hawaiians who broke the law could avoid a punishment of death by fleeing..


Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park

Hawaii - The Big Island

Waipio Valley, translated as "curved water," is named for the river that runs through it, and it's a historically significant spot to the Hawaiian..

Waipio Valley


Hawaii - The Big Island

Kaunaoa Beach is one of Big Island's most picturesque white sand beaches


Kaunaoa Beach

Hawaii - The Big Island

One of the Kohala Coast's premier beaches, Anaehoomalu Beach is a favorite haunt for frequent Big Island visitors

Anaehoomalu Beach


Hawaii - The Big Island

Local farmers and artisans congregate each day to sell everything from produce to seafood, handicrafts to clothing in..


Hilo Farmers Market

Hawaii - The Big Island

The deliberately named waters of Hapuna Beach – Hapuna means "spring of life" in Hawaiian – are probably the most loved on all of the Big..

Hapuna Beach State Park


Hawaii - The Big Island

Putting Papakolea Beach on one's travel itinerary is not for the faint of heart


Papakolea Beach

Hawaii - The Big Island

Some say the waters here are too rough and rocky to really enjoy swimming, but that's not the real reason to visit Punalu'u, anyway

Punalu'u Beach


Hawaii - The Big Island

Snorkelers like to visit this remote bay on Hawaii's west coast for the tropical fish, sea turtles and Hawaiian Spinner..


Kealakekua Bay

Hawaii - The Big Island