Travel Guide: Hawaii's Big Island
Generally referred to as the Big Island, Hawaii’s main island is by far the largest of the Hawaiian Islands. Filled with natural marvels and historic locations, the Big Island is also the youngest Hawaiian island. This island also highlights the inspiring power of nature. In the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, you’ll find two of the world’s most active volcanoes and the huge Halema’uma’u Crater. Plus, along the Hamauka Coast – a location once full of sugar plantations – you’ll wonder at the marvelous scenery. You’ll also find a spectacular set of multi-tiered waterfalls called the Umauma Falls. In this video, WatchMojo.com profiles Hawaii’s Big Island.