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Hawaii's Big Island Activities

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No other island gives you a place to swim with manta rays, ride a horse, and whale watch, all on the same visit. No other island lets you see a fiery volcano, a 128-metre waterfall, and a black sand beach. No other island offers so many cultural treasures in so many varying environments, whether you’re visiting Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park in sunny Kona, taking photos with the original King Kamehameha Statue in Kapaau near lovely Hawi, or walking through Nahuku (Thurston Lava Tube) in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. You’ll see why the Big Island is known as “Hawaii’s Island of Adventure.” Browse the links below to see all that Hawaii’s Big Island has to offer. Learn more about things to do on Hawaii's Big Island, in Kona and in Hilo.