Hiking on the Big Island

By Hawaii.com Team

Photo courtesy of  asmythie

Photo courtesy of asmythie

A good way to get grounded while in Hawaii is to take a hike. The Big Island’s wild and beautiful landscape is just asking to be to explored by foot, whether with an experienced guide or independently.

Set out on an adventure that visits natural settings, some which are endangered, and a guide will provide information about Hawaii’s natural world, both past and present. Some activity companies can take hikers onto private lands and into wild and remote native ecosystems that had been previously inaccessible.

Discover the secrets of Volcanoes National Park, Kilauea’s caldera, Pu`u Loa Petroglyphs and Waipio Valley, while delighting in views of taro farms, waterfalls, ocean vistas and native forests.

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