Hawaii, the Big Island, is the largest of the island chain and still growing. Often the best place on earth to experience active creation at Volcano National Park. Stop over at the Jagger Museum and Volcano Observatory before heading off to the steam bluffs and then roam through the Thurston Lava Tube. Black and green sand provide a new beach day experience. Dramatic waterfalls like Akaka and Rainbow Falls give unparalleled photo opportunities. Visit coffee plantations for aromatic samples sure to please. Ranch lands cover the middle between Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea where snow can be found in season. Kailua-Kona and Hilo offer a quaint living style desired by locals. The Big Island offers a variety of experience and adventure all on one large magnificent rock surrounded by the majestic blue waters of the Pacific Ocean.