Take a road trip on the youngest and largest of the Hawaiian Islands.
Nearly twice as big as all of the other Hawaiian Islands combined, the island of Hawaii’s sheer size and diversity are awe-inspiring. You can see some of the most pivotal sites in Native Hawaiian history and visit a volcano, all while traveling through all but four of the world’s different climate zones. From the crystal blue waters of Kona and Kohala Coast to the black sands of Punaluu to the lush botanical gardens and waterfalls of the Hamakua Heritage corridor. There is so much more to see and do on this rich, storied island that invites exploration–and adventure.
Born from volcanoes and ever-evolving, the island of Hawaii has stories to tell. A year after the dramatic eruption within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the island is abundant with natural wonders, cultural heritage and new ways for your clients to #lethawaiihappen.
While Kilauea is still an active shield volcano, the alert level has dropped to normal and the lava flows have ceased. The park welcomes visitors every day to hike the scenic trails, drive Crater Rim Drive and Chain of Craters Road, and view the lava-sculpted landscape by air.
Hawaii's largest landmass is always expanding and boasts incredibly diverse terrain — from a newly formed black-sand beach to waterfall-filled rainforests. While your clients may be drawn to the beaches, they'll thank you for recommending ways to dig deeper into Hawaii's rich culture. Perhaps they will lend a hand on the trails of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, meet the farmers who cultivate vanilla and cacao, and savor international flavors.
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