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THE ISLAND
OF HAWAII

E Komo Mai

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WELCOME TO THE ISLAND OF HAWAII

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The Island of Hawaii is commonly known as the Big Island, which helps differentiate it from the state of Hawaii. The Big Island is the youngest and largest of the Hawaiian Islands, nearly twice as big as all of the other Hawaiian Islands combined. The Island has five major volcanoes; Kohala, Mauna Kea, Hualalai, Mauna Loa, and Kilauea. Mauna Kea is the tallest, soaring above the clouds to 13,803 feet above sea level.  You can experience four of the world's different climate zones here.

The Big Island’s relaxed lifestyle and year-round warm weather has broad appeal to those who choose to call it home or to those who enjoy a second home here. The Island boasts beautiful scenery, outdoor adventures and vibrant communities that share the Aloha Spirit. The island’s diverse real estate market ranges from luxury homes and gated communities to small towns and rural settings, depending on the area. Whatever the budget, most buyers are able to find the perfect single-family home, condo or even vacant land to fulfill exactly what they had in mind.

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Waimea

Waimea, also known as Kamuela, is the birthplace of the Hawaiian cowboy - the paniolo - and home to Hawaii’s oldest cattle ranch, Parker Ranch, which was founded in 1847.

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Waikoloa

Cool breezes and sunny blue skies are the norm along the “Gold Coast” of South Kohala which stretches from Kawaihae to Waikoloa Village and the many resort communities in between. 

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Kohala

North Kohala is a land rich in Hawaiian heritage. The district encompasses the charming towns of Hawi and Kapaau and the road ends at the dramatic overlook to Pololu Valley.

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Hamakua

From Waipi'o to just north of Hilo, this is a district of cascading streams and waterfalls, valleys, and coastline views. The area is abundant with ranches and small farms.

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Kona

Kona offers the amenities of a big city without being one. Choose to be near sunny beaches or on the cool, misty slopes of Hualalai. Enjoy easy access to shopping, island activities and sight seeing.

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Hilo

Hilo, the County of Hawaii seat and the island’s largest district by population, is a thriving community with independently owned shops and eateries and the island's largest farmer's market.