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What to do on the Big Island

From helicopter flightseeing and sunset cruises and snorkeling there are so many Hawaiian vacation ideas that you should never wonder what to do on the Big Island on your vacation to the Aloha State. These tours run the gamut of exciting undertakings that make your get-away the most memorable for many years to come.
Try a Big Island Lava and Waterfalls Tour for 50 minutes of thrilling adventure that fills your eyes with a bird’s eye view of sights from the Island of Hawaii. Upon a departure from Hilo in an Eco-Star helicopter with its glass-covered cockpit, you’re whisked to Mount Kilauea to see an active volcano that has erupted for almost 30 years. While in the air, you can also catch glances of Mauna Loa, another of the five volcanoes on the Big Island, situated to the west of Kilauea. There will be low-flying sweeps over the lush rain forest and views of waterfalls from your luxury helicopter. This fully-guided answer on what to do on the Big Island keys you in on landmarks and the history of Hawaii.
On the northeast shore of the Island of Hawaii is the palm-lined beach of Anaeho‘omalu Bay, a shallow water stretch of the Pacific Ocean known for amazing sunsets. So, when you want a romantic answer to the question of what to do on the Big Island, a solution is the Sunset Champagne Dinner Cruise. A sailing catamaran takes you out into these calm waters for a taste of the bubbly and the gorgeous vision of a beautiful Hawaiian sunset. You also enjoy the choice of fried chicken, barbecued ribs, a salad, potatoes, rolls and a dessert. Plus, there’s an open bar onboard. You can even take your turn at steering the catamaran. Waters off all sides of your cruise ca