Hawaii Island is nature's quintessential outdoor paradise, blending fine white sand, dazzling turquoise oceanfront and dramatic black-lava landscapes. Find a number of fun and exciting things to do around the island during your visit.
Discover Hawaii Island
The Island of Hawaii has some of the clearest waters in the world. The views of the turquoise waters make jumping in for an underwater adventure enticing and a must-do while on island.
The Island of Hawaii has ten of the world’s thirteen climates. This makes for a never-ending amount of adventure, sightseeing and exploring to do.
Whether you are looking up into the night sky from a tall mountain peak, or looking down from above the clouds while riding in a helicopter, the skies in Hawaii Island are nothing short of breathtaking.
Hawaii is an island rich with history, culture, and community. These places give a peek into the story that helped make Hawaii Island what it is today.
The island of Hawaii has an extensive amount of terrain for farming and ranching. With this amount of land, there is no lack of sustenance produced right here on island. Learn about these unique endemic features to give you a full circle experience of the island.
CONCIERGE RECOMMENDS HUALALAI
The Director of Guest Relations at Four Seasons Resort Hualalai shares unique places to shop, sip coffee, eat chocolate and experience natural beauty on Hawaii's Big Island.
A short nature hike through a fern and bamboo forest takes you past Akaka Falls, a powerful 420-foot (128-metre) plunge.
Hawai'i Volcanoes National Park
Legendary home of the Hawaiian fire goddess, Pele, Kilauea has been erupting almost continuously from 1983 to the present.
Pu'uhonua o Honaunau
Pu'uhonua o Honaunau, also known as the "City of Refuge," was a sanctuary for Hawaiians who had broken the law, called Kapu, or who were pursued by enemies in times of war.
Hapuna Beach offers spectacular snorkeling, swimming, body surfing and picnicking.
Ka Lae South Point
Ka Lae South Point is the southernmost point of the United States and believed to be the location where the first Polynesians discovered Hawaii in 150 AD.
Waipi'o Valley Lookout offers an incredible view of a once-thriving settlement. This lush green valley inspires visitors to explore its steep slopes, swim along its black sand beach, horseback ride or tour through taro patches.