Big Island is a haven for travelers, as it is home to Kilauea, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, as well as Maunaloa, which is one of the most massive mountains on earth. The Big Island is a paradise for all sorts of interested tourists. This island is accessible internationally through the Kona International Airport, which has many flights coming in from the western United States and from Japan. Another option is going through the Honolulu International Airport, which has many more international arrivals, and then taking a short transfer flight into Kona.

All types of travelers will be pleased with the options offered by Big Island, and there are many different types of accommodation, from hotels to vacation rentals and condos to private villas. The proper research will land anyone in their dream setting during their stay, because there are so many hotels, resorts, condos, vacation rentals, cabins, bed and breakfasts and even campgrounds. It is important to research what type of environment you want your room to be situated in, because you can score a view of the beach or have it look at an old lava flow.

Those who are into exploring Big Island’s extremely diverse terrain can take up going through the lush, tropical rain forests, dry deserts, snow-capped mountains or sunny ocean coasts. There are several tours set up for hiking, biking, horseback riding, hunting or even going on tours of the farmland.

Other people come to Big Island Hawaii to experience the water. Whether you want to stand on the shore and watch whales, sit in the sand and feel the breeze, hit up the water for some fishing, body boarding, windsurfing, kite-surfing, kayaking or scuba diving, the Big Island offers multitudes of opportunities for such activities.

Those into culture can enjoy the various museums, parks, galleries, festivals, theater productions and events, and shoppers have ample options to satisfy their needs.