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The Big Island, officially named "Hawaii," is home to eight different climate zones, making it the most varied place in the world. Visit the snowy-capped tundra of Mauna Kea or the tropical rainforest of Waipio Valley. See the beautiful coral reefs at Kealakekua Bay or fly past the magnificent sea cliffs on the Hamakua Coast. Whether you're visiting Kilauea, a young active volcano, or Kohala, the oldest dormant one, you're sure to be amazed by the natural variety of the Big Island of Hawaii.
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Great Cruise

2021/08/02 Families Tp3

Staff was great, sunset was great and nice way to spend a birthday.

An astrophotographer's dream

2021/07/31 Couples Margaret and Gary

An awe inspiring experience, even for my amateur astrophotographer husband. Beautiful photos worthy of placing on our walls.

Great Experience!

2021/07/24 Families Sluss Fam

The experience at the ATV on the Hamakua Coast was well worth it. The ATV’s were well taken care of, safe, and fun to ride in. The views around the ranch were a mix of everything from ponds, to cattle, to the beautiful H... more

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Great cruise!

2021/07/23 Families Jen B

Great crew, gorgeous day for a sail. Plenty of flying fish, dolphin sightings and even a few whales!

Best snorkel ever

2021/07/23 Couples Sydnie

Brendan and Morgan were lovely, great story tellers and funny jokes. Overall 11/10 cannot recommend enough

Great packed one day tour of Big Island!

2021/07/20 Families Roxene Gascoigne

This was great! Gabby was our driver and she was absolutely amazing. She knew everything about Big Island and was so friendly. This is a nice tour to get it all in in one day.

Top Big Island Attractions, Big Island tours & activities, fun things to do in Big Island | HawaiiActivities.com
The Big Island, officially named "Hawaii," is home to eight different climate zones, making it the most varied place in the world. Visit the snowy-capped tundra of Mauna Kea or the tropical rainforest of Waipio Valley. See the beautiful coral reefs at Kealakekua Bay or fly past the magnificent sea cliffs on the Hamakua Coast. Whether you're visiting Kilauea, a young active volcano, or Kohala, the oldest dormant one, you're sure to be amazed by the natural variety of the Big Island of Hawaii.