A Guide to Visiting The Awe-Inspiring Big Island  Hawaii

The Big Island Hawaii is a perfect example of what Paul Theroux meant when he said, “Hawaii is not a state of mind but a state of grace.”

Known officially as the island of Hawai’i, this all-popular destination simmers with the Aloha spirit.

It’s the biggest island in the Hawaiian archipelago – larger than the other islands combined and with a wealth of unforgettable attractions to match.

If you’re planning a trip to the Big Island and want some help deciding what to do, then you’ve come to the right place. 

 When to Visit The Big Island Hawaii? Shoulder Season -  May or  October to avoid crowds, peak prices, but still have fab weather

Want To Star Gaze at a Mountaintop? At over 4,200m above sea level, Mauna Kea is the tallest (dormant) volcano on the Big Island. It’s also one of the best locations for stargazing in the world!

Want to Be a Hawaiian Cowboy for a Day? Kahua Ranch has epic views, ATV and horseback rides, but the absolute must-do activity only happens on Wednesday nights.

Immerse Yourself in the Culture  Visit the 180-acre Pu’uhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park. A sacred place of refuge, you’ll encounter ancient temples and learn about Hawaii’s ancient laws

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