Hawaii

The Big Island of Hawaii is the "Land of Fire and Ice.Relax and let yourself go to the carefree islands of Hawaii, where the sun sparkles on beautiful blue water, and where palm trees sway over beaches of golden sand. The Big Island of Hawaii is the "Land of Fire and Ice." The island is where an active volcano, Kilauea, shoots lava up into the sky and molten rivers flow down the mountains toward black lava fields. Yet it's the same island where snowcapped Mauna Kea gives you the thrill of skiing in the tropics.

On the west coast, the City of Refuge has the curiosities of ancient Hawaiian civilization on display. To the north, the grandeur of Rainbow Falls and Ababa Falls will evoke pleasant memories for years to come. Sunny beaches, lush orchid valleys and dense rainforests are part of the widest variety of geography in all of Hawaii. With golf, tennis, nightlife, and unsurpassed deep-sea fishing available, there's no end to the activities on The Big Island.

 

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