The Big Island is the main, largest island that forms the state of Hawaii, also referred to as simply Hawai’i, the Island of Hawai’i, and Hawai’i Island. Located in the North Pacific Ocean, this island of 4,028 square miles in size is best seen in its entirety via road trip, in order to really get a feel for its diverse eco system and organic beauty. Glamping on the Big Island will bring you breathtaking views of mountain peaks, flawless beaches, jungles, valleys, lava deserts, and more. Along the way, you must stop at the Kona Coffee Living History Farm to learn about the island’s coffee background and try a cup of the infamous brew. Of other topnotch sites to see while luxury camping on the Big Island, glampers can’t miss the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden, Honaunau Bay, Manini’owali Beach, Hapuna Beach, and Pu’uhonua Honaunau National Historical Park, to name but a few.