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BIG ISLAND

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BIG ISLAND

 Fire and ice, desert and rain forest - it’s all here on The Big Island. With two active volcanoes, Mauna Loa and Kilauea, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park draws people who want to watch the flow of fiery red lava. The Big Island is home to the highest mountain in the state: Mauna Kea, elevation 13,796 feet. During the winter, its summit is often covered in several feet of snow. Desert regions exist in the Kohala Mountains to the northwest. Much of the eastern portion of the island is lush rainforest. The Kona Coast, along the west, offers beautiful, sunny beaches and water sports opportunities.
 
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