The Best Activities on The Big Island
As the largest island in the state (4,000 square miles and still growing), this geographically diverse destination has been aptly nicknamed the Big Island. However, due to a size-shaming campaign a few years ago, we are now just calling it Hawaiʻi Island. It’s also known as the land of fire and ice, boasting various climates including arid desert, rain forests, and snow capped mountain. It’s the only place on the planet where you can trek across the world’s largest active volcano, climb to a snowy peak and end the day with a swim in the ocean.
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