Experience Big Island Adventures
While exploring the Big Island of Hawaiʻi, participate in something new and life-changing! Adventures include physical activities, cultural exchanges, and immersive experiences in nature.
Will you go horseback riding on a local Hawaiian ranch or will you partake in world-class snorkeling with the ohana?
You could even take a helicopter ride to view beautiful waterfalls, pristine valleys, and lava flows!
Don’t miss out on the vibrant farmers markets on the Big Island. They offer a variety of local produce, artisanal goods, and a taste of the island’s rich culture.
For a truly unique experience, join a night snorkeling tour to swim with the majestic manta rays. It’s an adventure you won’t forget!
While exploring the roads less traveled, you are sure to learn new skills, forge new friendships, and recharge your aloha.
There are many ways to see Hawaii, but nothing compares to viewing this gorgeous island from the sky. Blue Hawaiian Helicopter tours offer an array of different aerial experiences.
What to bring: We highly recommend that you bring warm clothes and hiking shoes when visiting the park. The weather can be surprisingly cold, even during the summer months.
The stunning white sand Mauna Kea Beach, historically known as Kauna`oa Beach, is located on the Kohala coast.
If this is your first time visiting Pohiki, it is a wild geological wonder where the earth literally created new land, beaches and forever changed the coastline of Hawaii Island.
Located on the rim of Kīlauea Caldera, this classic forest lodge hotel is the perfect place to see the glow of Halemaumau Crater from the comfort of your hotel room.
Offering private dolphin and whale watching experiences!
Since 1985, UFO Parasailing has been helping people create lasting memories while experiencing the adrenaline rush of a lifetime.
Popularly known as Beach 69 which was named after the number of the old telephone pole that once served as a marker to signal beachgoers to turn.
Home to spinner dolphins, sharks and a wide array of reef fish, this conservation site is beyond breathtaking.
Located in the old classic Pukalani Stables at Parker Ranch, this quickly growing market serves up some of the freshest local vegetables, fruit, honey, jams, baked goods, fresh flowers, arts and crafts, local plants and delicious food truck grindz!
OK farms sits on 1,000 acres nestled up against the Wailuku River in a small area called Pueo.
Primarily supported by a group of devoted volunteers, East Hawaiʻi Cultural Center hosts an impressive schedule of art exhibits, performance art theater, musical performances and youth art classes focused on supporting and inspiring future artists of Hawai`i.
Wailoa Center is home to East Hawaiʻi’s local art scene and serves as the largest venue for showcasing the work of local artists, community groups and cultural events.
Come explore the lush prairie of 4d Quarter Horses, formerly known as Da Hana Ranch.
This quickly growing farmers market showcases the best of South Kona’s fresh island produce, art, food and baked goods!
Come visit the last major ancient Hawaiian heiau (temple) that marked the start of a nation.
Mauna Kea’s height and remote destination with virtually no light pollution makes this location the most ideal spot in the world for astronomical observation.
Whether you are just arriving after a long flight, or find yourself out for a night on the town, Big Island Reviews has compiled a list of restaurants and bars open until 10 PM or later for your convenience.
Its crystal waters are home to a wide variety of native marine wildlife and beautiful healthy coral.
Take a step back in time at the last fully preserved archaeological “City of Refuge” at Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Park.
Waipi`o is the sweeping valley that has inspired legendary mo`olelo (stories), beautiful Hawaiian mele (song) for hundreds of years.
A few of our favorite goodies at Big Island Candies include the chocolate covered brownies, the Mika Chocolates, and the chocolate dipped shortbread cookies.
Tucked into the hillside of the Kohala Mountain Range is a tropical Hawaiian Ranch.
South Point is the southernmost point of the Hawaiian islands and the 50 United States.
One of the most popular and indemand farmers markets on the Big Island.
The Puna forest is full of life, giving way to dense flora and fauna that is so unique and lush to this district.
Whether you live here or are visiting, this tropical natural wonder will inspire and rejuvenate your appreciation of nature.
Visit the tallest waterfall in the state of Hawaii, coming in at 442 feet, almost twice the height of Niagara Falls!
The Hawaiian Vanilla Company truly stands out as one of our top choices for farm tours on the Big Island!
This valley is a hikers paradise offering sweeping views of the Hamakua Coastline.
Saddle up and ride on out to the open range along the Kohala Coastline through this guided trail ride!
Swim under the Hawaiian moonlight with the most graceful, gentle creatures in the ocean.
Visit the Hawaiian Paradise Park Cliffs and listen to the roar of the waves gently lapping against the shoreline.
These Japanese gardens have walking paths, scenic views of Hilo bay, and a lush landscape to enjoy!
Welcome to the LARGEST farmers market on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Refresh your creative mind for free in Waimea!
Your golden ticket to a chocolate paradise.
Wiggle your toes in the powdery white sand of the tidepools while being surrounded by marine life!