Did you know that the Big Island is known as the golf capital of Hawaii? Be sure to take advantage of these lush green fairways right at the Waikoloa Beach Resort! Don't worry if you miss a putt or two. With views of turquoise waters and jet-black lava rock, we know it can be a bit distracting!
Come witness Hawaii's most active volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa. Kilauea is the youngest shield volcano located on the Hawaiian Islands. Sitting on the southeast side of Mauna Loa, it has been known to have frequent lava flow eruptions! Although Mauna Loa is the world's largest volcano and still considered one of the most active, the last time it erupted was in 1984.
Check out Hawaii's most famous Black Sand Beach, also known as Punalu'u Beach. With its black sandy shores and occasional Hawksbill and Green Sea Turtle sightings, it's no wonder that this is a favorite for visitors and locals alike. Come swim, snorkel, or sit and enjoy the views!