As the least developed of the inhabited Hawaiian Islands, the Big Island is home to an abundance of jaw dropping natural beauty, and it's mostly accessible free of charge. From vast valleys to white sand beaches and volcano craters, you'll find not shortage of things to see and do for free on the Big Island.
Visitors looking to be beach bums while on vacation will find satisfaction as gorgeous beaches such as 69 Beach and Hapuna Beach State Recreation area along the Kona Coast. While the former is smaller and offers more privacy, the latter is a full blown beach park will full amenities to make a long day at the beach comfortable.
Far inland lies the Jaggar Museum, resting along the edge of a still steaming volcano crater called Halema'uma'u. Inside guests can learn the complete history behind the volcano, along with scientific information, all free of charge. Down along the Puna Coast, the picturesque swimming spot known as the Champagne Pond is an adventure to be had as well as a gorgeous day at the beach.
Those looking for low budget vacations will be happy with the Big Island, since it's lacking in a lot of the shopping and entrance fee demanding attractions that are found on other islands.