Hawaii or the Big Island is larger than all the other Hawaiian islands combined. It is mostly rural with its own culture, consisting of cowboys and farmers. Far as geographic features, Hawaii has rain-forest, waterfalls and eighty beaches with black, green and white sand. In recent years, this island has passed its neighbors as a regional favorite. Hawaii is home to some of the best Hawaiian beaches; also with attractions such as Akaka Falls and the active volcano Kilauea, this wild-child is a must see destination.
Akaka Falls State Park is located along the northeastern Hawaiian coast; it is there you can see beautiful waterfalls along the hiking trail. The 2000 foot hike will take you through a rainforest with bamboo groves, wild orchids and other flora.
Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden
The Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden is a seventeen acre garden and nature preserve. It is located in a valley next to Onomea Bay and has streams and waterfalls. In addition to the natural beauty found here, the garden is home to more than 2,000 species of plants.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a park that was established in 1916. This place includes two active volcanoes: Mauna Loa and Kilauea; it also has great volcanic landscapes and views of rare flora and fauna. Volcanoes includes 323,431 acres, with half of it part of the wilderness area providing some interesting camping and hiking.
Blue Hawaiian Helicopters
Blue Hawaiian Helicopters gives aerial tours of Hawaii; for a bird-eye view of the Big Island, join the pilots of Blue Hawaii for a breathtaking tour of the big island.