Hawaii is less crowded and commercial than other Hawaiian islands, and offers a variety of spectacular natural attractions. We are located near Kilauea, one of the world's most active volcanoes, where fire goddess Pele expands the island daily. The dramatic lava cliffs of the coastal area provide for close-up views of turtles and dolphins and seasonal whale watching. The cliff also provides a haven for sunbathing, meditation or yoga.Nearby attractions include:
natural black sand beach (clothing optional), frequented by dolphinsVolcanoes National Park, where lava has been actively flowing since 1983lava tube cavetidal pools for splashing and snorkelingnatural steam bathsbays for fishing and kayakingspectacular waterfallsan ancient forest of lava tree moldshistoric villages and farmers' marketsbotanical gardens, and anthurium and orchid farms
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Eleven different climate zones generate everything from lush rain forests to arid deserts, black sand beaches to snow-capped mountaintops. The Big Island is Hawaii’s biggest playground.