HAWAII "The Big Island" is the newest and largest of the Hawaiian Islands. It boasts black, green, and white sandy beaches and is home to one of the most active volcanoes in the world, "Mauna Kea" with it's hot glowing molten lava which has long since been one of the Big Island's hottest Hawaiian attractions. Local Hawaiians honor the "Volcano Goddess called Pele" as she creates new land each day of the year and expands the islands geopraphical boundaries. Molten volcanic lava flows and glows in the darkness of the night and is a spectacular sight to see up close and in person. During the months of December and January it has even been known to snow in the mountains of "Mauna Kea" and has become an exotic and cool attraction to globe trekkers from around the world.|
"The Big Island of Hawaii" is also home to many Ancient Hawaiian Temples which visitors are given the option to explore. The Big Islands activities include hiking, horseback riding, searching for various and exoctic art treasures in the many and diverse tiny plantation towns, playing golf on international ranked golf courses and walking the pathways that the ancient Hawaiians traveled themselves. The Big Island of Hawaii is also famous
worldwide for it's rich and coveted "Kona coffee" and most visitors will not leave the island without encountering the "Paniolo or Hawaiian cowboys".
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