Big Island

The island of Hawai'i comprises over half of the area of the state of Hawaii in the United States of America. To avoid confusion with the state, it is almost universally called the Big Island.
Hilo is a town on the Big Island of Hawaii. The county seat and largest city in Hawaii County, Hilo is the one of the best starting points to explore the eastern half of the island, including Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is a United States National Park located on the Big Island of the island state of Hawaii in the United States of America.
Waikoloa is a city on the Big Island on Hawaii.
Kailua Kona, often referred to as "Kona" by the locals, is nestled at the bottom of the Hualalai Volcano.
Ka'u is the largest district on the Big Island of Hawaii between Puna and Kona, consisting mostly of lava fields, grasslands and agricultural exports including Ka'u Coffee, macadamia nuts, and oranges.
Pu'uhonaua o Honaunau National Historic Park is a United States National Park on the Big Island in the state of Hawaii in the United States of America.
Honoka'a is a city on the Big Island of Hawai'i, and acts as the gateway providing access to the Hāmākua Coast, the chain of valleys to the North, including the regal Waipio valley, and the rolling slopes of Mauna Kea.
Hamakua is a coastal region on northern coast of the Big Island in the state of Hawaii in the United States of America.
Kohala is a region on the north coast of the Big Island of Hawaii.
Also in Hawaii
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