The entire family will enjoy a day exploring Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park where they can see a live volcano, scalded deserts, rainforests, vent holes and walk through a lava tube. There are also 150 miles of hiking trails and a museum. Most waterfalls can be found on the slopes of the Mauna Kea volcano close to Hilo and on the Hamakua coast. Farmers markets are a little-known gems of the Big Island of Hawaii. They are spread over the whole island and allow visitors to meet locals, shop for arts and crafts, and enjoy edible treasures. Don’t leave Hawaii without seeing one of the famous black sand beaches.