Big Island Area Communities
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Hamakua is a breathtakingly beautiful and truly unique district of lush rainforests, rocky shores, and cascading waterfalls.
Hilo is the largest community on the Island of Hawaiʻi with more than 40,000 people calling it home. If you're looking for your island paradise, learn why you'll fall in love with this area.
The Kona side of the island is also known for the world-famous Kona coffee and lush green golf courses.
The district of Kau is home to the southernmost tip of the United States and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Shopping, dining, libraries, schools, zoos,, tours, fitness, parks and trails...you're covered in Keaau!
Kohala is a community that features world class recreation and attractions. Could this jewel of a community be your future home?
It's name says it all. Mountain View has no lack of scenic spots or activities. Close to Mountain View, resides Mauna Kea, which is one of the world's tallest mountains/volcanoes on the Big Island.
Pahoa is home to the Nanawale Forest Reserve and Puna Forest Reserve, MacKenzie State Recreation, close to the Hilo International Airport, and residential communities.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is one of the most visited attractions in the State.
Waikoloa is a thriving community filled with potential—for fun, for exploration, for relaxation, and for recreation.
Discover Waimea (also called Kamuela), which is known as paniolo (Hawaiian cowboy) country this historic area full of rolling, green pastures is home to cattle, cowboys and Parker Ranch.