It's replete with world-class art, museums and dining, not to mention well-preserved historical sites and popular beaches and parks. No wonder more than 20 million people visited the area in 2016.
Join locals and head to some of these annual events, a diverse collection of activities and celebrations for all tastes.
A hotel should not always be your default go-to for a trip. Depending on how much privacy and space you want, a vacation rental might be the better choice.
The shoulder season offers more availability, fewer crowds, and best of all, cheaper flights and lodging rates.
Only a remote part of the eastern side of the Big Island is affected by the recent flow of lava, officials said in a press release dated May 5.
Skip ho-hum presents and get mom what she really wants this Mother's Day — a vacation filled with sun and sand.