Big Island Sightseeing Tours
See All Of Hawaii And Volcanoes National Park Too
Known as the Big Island, the Island of Hawaiʻi is, well, big! The island continues to grow every year as lava from the Big Island’s active volcano extends its reach into the ocean. As the largest island in the Hawaiian archipelago, there’re plenty of things for visitors to see and do: stargazing, horseback riding, visiting historic cultural sites, golfing, hiking, and participating in a variety of eco-adventures. The island’s duplicitous terrain features the world’s tallest mountain, Mauna Kea, and the currently active Kilauea Volcano in Volcanoes National Park, which is popular with visitors looking for a one-of-kind Hawaii experience. The island also has multiple climates resulting in many different landscapes island-wide. From rainy, lush Hilo, up the mountain to the cooler temperatures of Waimea, to the deserted black flats of Kona, the scenery on the Big Island is far from mundane.
Deluxe Volcano Experience
Explore the volcanoes of Hawaii Island on this tour from Kona.... More
Big Island Of Hawaii Private Tours
See more of Hawaii's Big Island with a private tour guide in a... More
Big Island Sightseeing Tour
Relax in comfort on this amazing tour around the Big Island. You... More
Twilight Volcano And Stargazing Tour
Head to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park for the afternoon and... More
Grand Circle Tour Of Hawaii Island
See the best parts of the Big Island of Hawaii on this full-day... More
Big Island Volcano Tour From Oahu And Maui
Take a one day trip from Oahu to the Big Island Of Hawaii and... More
With so many experiences concentrated on one island, sightseeing can be overwhelming. However, we offer a variety of tours on all three major sides of the island—the leeward side, the windward side, and the southern shore—to assist in checking everything off your Big Island bucket list! We guarantee you won’t miss a thing!
What are some must-see sights on the Big Island?
Some must-see sights on the Big Island include:
What are the best stops to make while driving around the Big Island?
Some great stops to make while driving around the Big Island include:
What is the weather like on the Big Island?
The Big Island has a diverse climate due to its size and elevation changes. Coastal areas typically experience warm temperatures year-round, averaging around 75-85°F (24-29°C). In contrast, higher elevations like Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa can be significantly cooler, with temperatures below freezing possible at the summits.
The Big Island also has distinct wet and dry sides. Hilo, on the east side, receives more rainfall, while Kailua-Kona, on the west side, is drier and sunnier. The best time to visit for good weather is typically from April to October, though conditions can vary.
Where are the best photo opportunities on the Big Island?
Some of the best photo opportunities on the Big Island include:
What are the most important sights related to Hawaiian history on the Big Island?
Important historical sights on the Big Island include: