When you want to hop from jaw-dropping expeditions in lava fields, scenic adventures in arid deserts, to leisurely treks through lush rainforests, the Big Island will be calling your name. This island is home to the most diverse climate conditions of the island chain and has unparalleled activities reflecting its unique landscape.
Captain Cook Monument Snorkel Boat Tour
$132 | 3 or 5 Hours
VIP Helicopter Tour
$560 | 2 Hours
Kohala Coast Sunset Catamaran Cruise
$99 | 2 Hours
Manta Ray Night Snorkel
$95 | 2.5 Hours
Don’t forget to take time to explore our beautiful island and experience the beaches, hiking trails and ono foods!
Kauna‘oa – Kauna’oa offers astonishing snorkeling spots, stand-up paddle boarding, and an abundance of beachside equipment rental offerings. Walk along the brilliant, white sand shoreline protected in this beautiful bay or pop into Mauna Kea’s Hau Tree restaurant and bar for a decadent bite.
Kalōpā State Park – If you’re looking for solitude in the dreamiest rainforest on the island, look no further than Kalōpā State Park. Located on the upcountry windward slopes of Mauna Kea, this park gets a significant amount of rainfall creating an enchanting and lush native forest. Kalōpā has a family-friendly loop called the “Nature Trail” ideal for the keikis (kids) or for visitors short on time.
Napuna – Consider this Big Island’s delicious little secret, tucked away in a private ocean cove along the sparkling sands of the Mauna Lani Beach Club. Napua boasts enticing local cuisine coupled with dazzling ocean views to create a truly unforgettable dining experience.