Hawaii's Big Island is one of the most geographically unique places on earth. Its 4,028 square miles contain all but two of the world’s climate zones, with landscapes ranging from black lava fields to highlands to rainforest. Known for its coffee farms and paniolo culture, the Big Island’s cultural makeup is surprisingly diverse. With so many options, it can be hard for visitors to narrow down their Big Island bucket list. From night swimming with manta rays to stargazing from the summit of the world’s tallest mountain, GAYOT has selected ten exceptional activities to help you make the most of your next trip.
TEE OFF IN PARADISE Top 10 Golf Courses in Hawaii
With its calm breezes, varied terrain and some of the most celebrated courses in the game, Hawaii is a golfer's paradise. Here are the ten best places to elevate your game.
SURF, SAND AND SUN Top 10 Beaches
From Oahu and Kauai to Maui and Molokai, we have selected the ten best beaches in the Hawaiian Islands, including remote havens, surfing spots and pristine shores.
PLACES TO STAY FOR LESS Top 10 Cheap Hotels
Our selection of inexpensive hotels includes a classic motel, cozy cottages and a family-owned bed and breakfast, saving you money to spend on food and fun in the sun.