The island Hawaii is the largest among the other islands in the United State but the very young than the other. It is blessed with all types of climates such as from breezy weather to the volcano’s eruption and snow-covered mountains to black sand beaches, which is very rare to see anywhere thus makes it special among the rests. It has become the most favourite tourist place these days. This is a land to make people amazed about nature and its gifts to humanity. The beauty of the island can be seen in many places even all over the island but out of that few most visited places has been described for the knowledge of the readers.
Hamakua Coast: Hamakua is coasted at the northeastern side of the Hawaii island. It is a beautiful place to explore the natural beauty of the island. It has stunning waterfalls, beaches famous for black sand and rainforests due to high range of rainfall in the area. It was once full of sugarcane only but now the local community people at the island grow vegetables and fruits of their local flavour. Hamakua Heritage Corridor, Tropical Botanical Garden & World Botanical Garden, Akaka & Kahuna falls are some magnificent tourists’ spots to travel.
Waipio Valley: Waipio Valley is located at just the end point of Hamakua Coast and where the Hamakua Heritage Corridor ends. It was once an important place for political and religious affairs in Hawaii. It was also called the ‘Valley of the Kings’ and the important site to explore the history and culture of Hawaii. You can hire a guided tour van, a horseback ride or hike to the valley of Waipio Valley to explore the hidden gems in the form of history & culture landed here.
Hilo: Hilo is the tourist destination of natural beauty along with all the conveniences what a town can offer. It is a mixture of old and new treasure in its veil. The spot is flourished with natural rainfalls, waterfalls, fertile land and splendid gardens. Due to International airways service at Hilo International Airport, it is very easily approachable for the tourist point of view. It is the best place to shop from local markets, galleries etc. You can surf for few cheap local traditional craft items at a little bargain for the price which the local people grow and manufacture on their own.
Puna: At the easternmost peak of Hawaii Island, a district named Puna which is known as the workshop of creating and recreating the land with a continuous explosion of volcanos. The people living here feel it as the blessing of Goddess nature for nourishing the land every time with different minerals of it. The beaches at the Puna have been found black sandy.
Kau: Kau is Hawaii’s most rural and remote region situated at the southern end of the island. It is home to very small communities which are eloping day by day. You will find no big hotels, restaurants, pubs, and casinos etc. It is a place which is the distance apart from the town amenities and tourists can find nothing but a peace of mind and soul. Naalehu and Pahala are the two most fantastic and popular beaches here.