Hawaii's Big Island is astounding in its diversity. Home of a still-active volcano and black-sand beaches, it also has sweeping pastures dotted with grazing cattle, fields of sugarcane and macadamia trees, snow-capped peaks, a historic seaport city, and, of course, the kind of sun-swept beaches for which Hawaii is famous. The largest of the Hawaiian islands, it totals 4,028 square miles and is formally known as Hawaii, though everyone calls it by its apt nickname, the Big Island. Believed ...

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