Considering that the Big Island is more than twice the size of all the other islands combined, it's no surprise that sightseeing on Hawaii Island is a seemingly endless venture. Luckily, 10Best is here to guide you to the best sights all over the island. From the mountains to the ocean, beautiful sights can be taken in and enjoyed, many of them in seclusion.
If you're the type who enjoys a four wheel drive or a steep walk to be rewarded with a secluded black sand beach and waterfall, then Waipio Valley along the Hamakua Coast is for you. A huge valley housing history and culture, Waipio is a haven from the busy outside world and offers a peak at what once was on the Big Island.
Up at the Mauna Kea Summit Visitors Center at the top of the highest mountain in the world (from the bottom of the ocean), the most exquisite sunset views can be taken in, as well as a celestial show from the large telescopes available for guests. The drive up alone is beautiful, winding by views you wouldn't expect from the island. And hey, you're on a volcano.
For ocean lovers, Anaeho`omalu and Waikoloa Beach are made up of long stretches of fine sand and surfing waves. Come here to tan and play in the waters of Kona.
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