Although officially named the Island of Hawaii, The Big Island earned its more commonly used name by being almost twice the size of the other islands in the Hawaiian chain. This particular island is something of an anomaly in that it’s possible to experience all but four of the world’s climates here, which is truly incredible! There are several distinct areas of the island, each offering something unique. Hamakua Coast is best known for its black sand beaches, waterfalls, and taro farms, while Hilo is famous for its farmers market, local shops, and yet more beaches and waterfalls. Other points of interest include the volcanically heated tide pools of Puna, Volcanoes National Park in Kau, coffee tastings in Kona, and world-class golf courses in Kohala. Without further ado, here are Glamping Hub’s picks for amazing family rentals on the Big Island!
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