Kona Airport Express Shuttle – Things To Do
The youngest and largest Hawaiian island is the story of Hawaii’s creation – literally. Millenia younger than its sister islands, Hawaii Island – known as the Big Island – continues to grow as molten lava pours forth and adds to this awe-inspiring island.
The island’s youth offers a rare chance to experience a different kind of Hawaii. Visitors to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park can view an active, smoldering crater; walk through a lava tube shaped by an ancient flow; and learn how these volcanoes gave birth to Hawaii. The isle’s black sand beaches are the color of cooled lava, and common nesting sites for sea turtles.
As primeval as the volcanoes are, there are also contemporary pleasures. Sweet papayas, aromatic coffees and exotic florals are all grown on the Big Island, where the rich volcanic soil offer fertile grounds for island agriculture. The island’s excellent ocean waters are wonderful for fishing, sailing, diving and swimming with graceful manta rays. You can enjoy the beauty of Rainbow Falls, delight in locally made sweets, and explore fascinating historic sites including the birthplace of King Kamehameha I.
Hawaii Island is as powerful, wondrous and real as life itself. May your visit be the same.
Hawaii Grand Circle Island Tour
Departing from Kona, this tour takes you around the magnificent Big Island. From lava fields, a black sand beach, and the lush Fern Tree Jungle, the island of Hawaii is a world apart.
Hilo Volcano Tour
Visiting the Hilo Side of Hawaii Island? Take a daylong adventure to explore the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park as you come face to face with Kilauea and Mauna Loa, two of the most famous active volcanoes on the planet. You’ll also get to visit Hilo’s popular black sand beach and the Rainbow Falls State Park.
Explore Our Islands
With so many fascinating things to see and discover, little wonder that Oahu is called the Heart of Hawaii.
For two decades, Conde Nast Traveler readers have voted Maui - the Valley Isle - as the Best Island in the World. Their reasons are found everywhere: on ancient volcanic slopes, in the valleys that gave Maui its nickname, along miles of scenic shoreline, and in its azure coastal waters.
The youngest and largest Hawaiian island is the story of Hawaii's creation - literally. Millenia younger than its sister islands, Hawaii Island - known as the Big Island - continues to grow as molten lava pours forth and adds to this awe-inspiring island.
Kauai is a place that sets the imagination soaring. Her extraordinary beauty and charm have been immortalized in dozens of Hollywood films and television shows and yet, there's nothing like meeting the real thing.