borderHiking on Hawaii’s Big Island

Hawaii’s Big Island Land Adventures

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With 6,482 square kilometres of land and still growing, there's no shortage of adventure on Hawaii's Big Island. Hiking, biking and horse riding seem even more thrilling set amongst the island's waterfalls, beaches and volcanic landscapes. With so many microclimates to experience, you can stargaze on the sometimes snow-covered slopes of Maunakea, explore the botanical gardens of the Hamakua Coast, or play on the sunny, world-class golf courses of the Kohala Coast.

Hiking adventures also abound in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Hike through the Nahuku (Thurston Lava Tube), Devastation Trail or the challenging Crater Rim trail, which encircles the summit of Kilauea Caldera. Whether biking on Kilauea or touring a coffee farm, be sure to pack comfortable shoes when you visit Hawaii's Big Island.