If you’re looking for an amazing underwater adventure, head for the Wai‘opae Tidepools (also known as Kapoho Tidepools) on the Big Island’s eastern coast. A virtual “coral garden,” Wai‘opae is rich with coral growth and high in diversity.
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Standing atop the summit of majestic Mauna Kea is more than just a breathtaking experience. High upon this sacred volcano is about as far as one can get from the hectic pace of everyday life.
Situated on the beautiful Kohala Coast, Kiholo Bay is like a convention center for beauty, wildlife, wilderness and history—dropped in the middle of a deserted lava field.
Once a thriving, yet uniquely laidback, Big Island beach town, Kalapana had it all—but the tiny community was seemingly vulnerable to the destructive volcanic eruptions caused by the island’s most active volcano, Kilauea.
Kaunaoa Beach (aka Mauna Kea Beach) is a beautiful and nationally ranked beach that is a great place for swimming and snorkeling on the Big Island.
Sunny Kailua-Kona is a busy seaside village consisting of many historic sites tucked among the open-air shops and ocean front restaurants along the banyan-shaded Alii Drive.