The Aloha’ state’s largest island, it is also the least developed with scenery so spectacular and diverse, it will quite literally take your breath away. Volcanoes national park is home to Hawaii’s only active volcano and has terrain also moon like that it used to be an astronaut training ground! Many activities are situated on or around spectacular beaches, with ocean kayaking, surfing, windsurfing and catamaran excursions widely available.
Away from the shoreline, hikers can trail across glittering black lava fields or horse ride through eucalyptus forests. There's also great mountain biking and 20 world class golf courses. Nature lovers should head to the east of the island for brilliant flowers and breath taking waterfalls. At Historical Kealakekua Bay, Captain James cook dramatically lost his life in 1779 and Puukohola Heiau is a sacred site built in 1970 by king Kamehameha, when he asks the gods for help when he was uniting the Hawaiian islands. Whale watching, swimming with Dolphins and simply listening to rare bird song will also delight.