Big Island is similar to Maui yet so very different. Like Maui, it is volcanic, its landscape is covered in lush forests and its beaches are spectacular. However, witnessing the vastness of the lava-land driving across the island was my first and was indeed awe-inspiring. It is the largest and the youngest of all Hawaiian Islands. On this island, you can easily travel through a range of climatic conditions from tropical coasts to the snowy volcanic peaks. It is volcanically the most active island in Hawaii and its diverse topography is sure to leave you humbled and cheered.
What better way to spend a winter break than to visit the Tropical Wonder, that is the State of Hawaii! Ten days of December was blissfully spent at the islands of Maui and Big Island with plenty sunshine, clear blue waters, lush green forests, vast volcanic landscape and splendid mountainous summits. In this post, I have tried my best to summarize my voyage at this versatile destination that offers indefinite things to do.