From the lush tropical rainforest to the “moonscape” of the lava fields this island is a wonder of nature. Home to the world’s most active volcano, Hawaii continues to grow and offer spectacular light shows. It is no wonder why one of the largest arrays of telescopes & observatories sit atop Mauna Kea at 14,000 feet above sea level and 33,000 feet from the ocean floor. Spend the day exploring ancient Hawaiian petroglyphs or heading to Volcanoes National Park and watch the earth being created. The Island of Hawaii is the largest of the Hawaiian Islands and the largest island in the United States. Hawaii Island isn’t just big, it’s still growing. Five volcanoes created the Big Island with Kilauea still very active (since 1983). Luxurious resorts, small towns and beautiful bays await you.