Big Island, HI, Guide and Information


Welcome to The Big Island

Expect adventure with an exotic twist from Hawaii, the 'big island'. Vibrant foliage and dramatic terrain form the perfect backdrop for the culture-rich communities of Hilo and Kona. A day in Hilo can be spent meandering through high-end art galleries, interesting museums and multi-cultural shops, while Kona begs you to explore its regal heritage and the rich culture of Hawaii. From its breathtaking volcanic terrain to its world-famous beaches and surf breaks, Hawaii is a place like no other.

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Travel Podcasts | Discovery Map® for Big Island HI

Have you always wanted to explore Hawaii? Marvel at the volcanos and surrounding terrain? Swim with sea turtles? You can do it all from home with the podcast from We Travel There, featuring Discovery Map of Big Island owner, Mark Ciociola.

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Big Island Beauty

Made up of many island paradises, the state of Hawaii attracts visitors from all over the world. But where does one begin to discover the best that Hawaii has to offer when so much beauty abounds? The Big Island ranks as a great place to start, even if you only have time to visit one of the volcanic land masses that makes up the chain of Hawaiian Islands. It’s the biggest of them all and for many, the most beautiful.

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Discovery Map Travel Podcast Ep. 05: Big Island, Hawaii

On this week's super-sized episode we talk with James Ward, owner of Epic Tours about the Big Island of Hawaii. James talks with Mark about how diverse this island is, featuring everything from green sand beaches, to black lava rock fields, to maybe even some snow.


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Happy Highlights of Hilo, Kailua-Kona and Beyond

Situated on the northeastern side of the Big Island, Hilo enchants both with its natural beauty, its historic charm and its vibrant scene. Built along crescent-shaped Hilo Bay, the town also offers many opportunities for learning about the many different aspects of the area. From the Pacific Tsunami Museum to the Imiloa Astronomy Center, or from sea to sky, here one can grasp the unique characteristics of the area before even heading out to visit one of its renowned waterfalls.

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 Mark Ciociola

 Ella Hope Vacations, LLC.

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