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 zip-lining over a 250-foot-tall waterfall to seeing one of the world's most active volcanoes, GAYOT has selected 10 exceptional activities to help you make the most of your next trip.
From night swimming with manta rays to stargazing from the summit of the world's tallest mountain, GAYOT has selected 10 exceptional activities to help you make the most of your stay on Hawaii's Big Island.