Kayak and Snorkel in Kealakekua Bay.
View the Big Island’s lava flows, black sand beaches and lush rainforests from above with Blue Hawaiian Helicopters.
Discover Hawaii’s unique paniolo cowboy culture by taking a horseback ride through Dahana Ranch.
Get up close and personal with the friendliest ocean mammals.
Hapuna is a popular beach along the Kohala Coast of the Big Island because of its large size and deep, clean sand.
The tours include Twilight Volcano Adventures and Kohala Waterfalls.
For a primordial experience, head to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island, home of two active craters: Kilauea and Mauna Loa, the world’s largest.
Families spend hours at this beach enjoying activities from kayaking to camping.
The Hualalai Resort is home to two courses, but the Nicklaus Signature Design is the one you want.
Originally built out of lava rock, this former vacation home for Hawaiian royalty is now a historic site.
Learn the history of the Big Island’s gourmet crop at the Kona Coffee Living History Farm.
Swim with Manta Rays
The park is made up of ruins from an ancient Hawaiian fishing village in North Kohala that dates back 600 years.
Visit the Big Island's only history museum and the oldest wooden structure in Hawaii.
If you want a classic take on Hawaiian paradise, book your tee time at the Mauna Kea course at Mauna Kea Beach Hotel on the Kohala Coast.