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Hawaii Vacations

Hawaii Vacations Hawaii Island or the Island of Hawaii is nicknamed "the Big Island" to avoid confusion with the name of the entire Island chain. And it really is big. It's so large that all the other islands could fit in it, with room left over. Covering 4,038 square miles and offering 266 miles of coastline, it's the youngster of the group, having broken the surface of the Pacific Ocean less than a million years ago.The first island to be visited by ancient Polynesians, Hawaii's Big Island offers an interesting blend of rainforests on one side and lava on the other, with almost every geological feature in between. A rural atmosphere and ancient tradition blend with luxury resorts here to create a special place.Hawaii's Big Island, like all the Hawaiian islands, is the product of volcanoes. Standing tall among them on the northern half of the island is Maunakea, the world's loftiest mountain (if measured from the ocean floor). Rising 13,796 feet above sea level, Maunakea is surrounded by some of the clearest skies on the planet and is home to world-renown stargazing. Maunakea offers the unique experience of skiing on a tropical island on those occasions when snow is present, most likely during winter months. Maunaloa, classified as active but not erupting (it last erupted in 1984), is in the southern half of the island. Kilauea, almost 5,000 feet high and currently erupting, is the most active volcano in the world. Located on the slope of Maunaloa, its lava flow, pouring continuously toward the ocean since 1983, provides the kind of spectacle that led to the formation of all the islands so long ago.Also on the eastern side of the island is the picturesque town of Hilo. Gateway to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, this bay-front town allows one to take a step back in time to the nostalgic days of old Hawaii. Hilo offers cultural and historical attractions, as well as tropical beauty that's second to none.A drive along the Hilo-Hamakua Heritage Corridor will allow visitors to discover hidden waterfalls, ancient valleys and plantation history, and is home to Waipio Valley, nicknamed "Valley of the Kings." Beginning seven miles north of Kona International Airport, the Kona-Kohala Coast boasts white-sand beaches, luxury resorts, spectacular golf courses and near-perfect weather. Farther south, Kailua-Kona, once a royal seaside village, offers a quaint shopping district and historic Hulihee Palace. Near Kailua-Kona is Keauhou, a blend of restored historical sites and modern comforts. Some of the world's best snorkeling and deep-sea fishing are found along the Kona coast.


Why Blue Hawaii Resorts?
  • We offer the Guaranteed Best Rates and Service!
  • Going on our 20th year in Business, let our experience help you.
  • With us you are somebody, we care about your trip, and plan it as if it was our own.
  • A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau since we started, never a complaint.
Kailua-Kona Kailua-Kona
Kailua-Kona is the largest town on the western "Kona" Coast (Kona means "leeward" in Hawaiian). Its real name is simply Kailua, but everyone tacks on Kona at the end to avoid confusion with two other Kailuas: the large city on Oahu and a little town along the road to Hana, on Maui. Being on the leeward side of Hawaii's Big Island, it gets lots of sun. Kailua-Kona used to be a fishing village and some of the world's best marlin fishing is still found in the coastal waters here. The majority of visitors who come here stroll along two-mile Alii Drive, with its shops and restaurants.
Our picks in Kailua-Kona
Star Rating Property Type Name
Hotel Courtyard King Kamehameha Kona Beach Hotel
Condo Castle Kona Reef
Condo Outrigger Royal Sea Cliff
Condo Outrigger Kanaloa At Kona
Condo Aston Kona By The Sea (Formerly ResortQuest)
Hotel Four Seasons Hualalai
Hotel Royal Kona Resort
Hotel Sheraton Kona Resort & Spa at Keauhou Bay
All hotels in Kailua-Kona
Hilo Hilo
The biggest city on Hawaii's Big Island and the gateway to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hilo (hee-loh), is the county seat. A mix of old and new, it's an ideal place for ferns, orchids and anthuriums. Hilo is noted for its ability to make things grow. Liliuokalani Gardens is the largest Japanese garden this side of Tokyo, and Hilo's flower nurseries are remarkable for their diversity. There's a lot to see in this quaint town, including the Farmer's Market, museums and art galleries. Nearby, two spectacular waterfalls await your clients: Rainbow Falls, which tumbles 80 feet into a large pool and throws up mists which create rainbows, and Akaka Falls, 420-feet high and located in the midst of a tropical rainforest. Both are beautiful examples of tropical splendor.
Our picks in Hilo
Star Rating Property Type Name
Hotel Hilo Hawaiian
All hotels in Hilo
Waikoloa/Kohala Coast Waikoloa/Kohala Coast
Along a 20-mile stretch of the Big Island’s Kohala Coast, luxury resorts reside in harmony with remnants of this ancient civilization. Historic sites intermingle with championship golf courses; luxury hotels bow to the beauty of restored fishponds, and visitors walk paths once trod by ancient Hawaiians. Uncompromising quality in service and accommodations at all of this destination's luxury resort hotels, as well as golf, tennis, water sports, spa, cuisine, and romantic opportunities are just a few of the reasons the Kohala Coast has become a favorite with the discriminating traveler.
Our picks in Waikoloa/Kohala Coast
Star Rating Property Type Name
Hotel Waikoloa Beach Marriott
Condo Aston Shores at Waikoloa
Hotel Hapuna Beach Prince Hotel
Hotel Hilton Waikoloa Resort
Hotel Mauna Kea Beach Hotel
Hotel Mauna Lani Bay Hotel
Hotel Fairmont Orchid Hawaii
Condo Outrigger Fairway Villas
Condo Aston Waikoloa Colony Villas
Condo Castle Halii Kai at Waikoloa
All hotels in Waikoloa/Kohala Coast
Keauhou Keauhou
Keauhou borders Kailua-Kona on the south. Part of the legacy lands of Hawaii’s alii (monarchs), the renaissance of this area centers around its physical attributes in concert with its historic past. Contemporary accommodations, shopping and dining are footsteps away from restored ancient temples. Near here also is Kealakekua Bay, a mile-wide marine reserve abundant with fish, sea turtles and spinner dolphins. It's easy to get to and great for diving and snorkeling. It was here that Captain Cook died, and a monument marks the site.
Our picks in Keauhou
Star Rating Property Type Name
All hotels in Keauhou
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