Hawaii Island Land Adventures

With 4,028 square miles of land and still growing, there's no shortage of adventure on Hawaii Island. Hiking, biking, and horseback riding seem even more thrilling set amongst the island's waterfallsbeaches 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 atop Kilauea or touring a coffee farm, be sure to pack comfortable shoes when you visit Hawaii Island.

Hawaii Island features some of the most picturesque and varied beach landscapes in the islands.
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Whether you're looking for a challenging trail on fields of lava to short, Hawaii Island is heaven for hikers.
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Explore the wealth of scenic, open landscapes in Waimea and other spots throughout the island on horseback.
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From Kilauea Volcano to the peaks of Maunakea, Hawaii Island is home to a variety of incomparable natural wonders.
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Hawaii’s Big Island has a rich paniolo, or Hawaiian cowboy, culture dating back to the early 1800’s.
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Hawaii Island features four National Parks, including Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, as well as beautiful state and county parks.
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Hawaii’s Big Island has some of the most extensive sacred petroglyphs fields in Hawaii.
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Celebrated fashion designer Sig Zane shares his favorite spots in Downtown Hilo.
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Recent updates on volcano activity in and around Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on Hawaii Island.
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Some of Hawaii Island’s most breathtaking and accessible waterfalls can be discovered along the Hilo and Hamakua Coast.
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