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Wellness and Rejuvenation on Hawaii Island

Hawaii Island is also known as the Healing Island—a place where a strong tradition of wellness combines with the aloha spirit to nurture the soul. Hawaii Island offers a wide spectrum of healing traditions that can reenergize and rejuvenate. Native Hawaiian kupuna (elders) have shared indigenous wisdom through their cultural practices, including lomilomi massage, laau lapaau (using native plants in healing practices) and hooponopono (“to make right” with others through soul-searching, self-awareness and forgiveness). Uniting all of these healing arts is the most important concept of all: aloha.

Experience the spa services of Hawaii Island’s resorts and day-spas where you’ll find rejuvenating treatments found only in the islands. Succumb to the rhythmic strokes of a lomilomi massage. Add heated pohaku (stones) to relive sore muscles. Renew your skin with a coffee exfoliation and facials using local ingredients to stimulate and increase circulation. Pamper yourself with wraps, scrubs and hydrotherapy in an unforgettable tropical setting. With rewards like this, it’s no wonder why Hawaii Island is such a popular getaway for destination weddings and honeymoons.

Then extend your spa experience with healthy dining, yoga, Pilates, hiking, kayaking and surfing. Even a visit to a sacred Hawaiian heiau like Puukohola Heiau National Historical Site or a remote area like Ka Lae (South Point) can offer you a peaceful setting for reflection. From spa resorts to secluded sacred sites, you can find a variety of ways to relax and take a few steps along your path to self-discovery.

Beaches of Hawaii Island

Hawaii Island features some of the most picturesque and varied beach landscapes in the islands.

Manta Ray Diving on Hawaii Island

The Kona Coast of Hawaii Island offers the best opportunity to encounter Hawaii’s amazing manta rays.

Marine Life on Hawaii Island

Explore the waters of Hawaii Island and you may see everything from manta rays and humpback whales to green sea turtles and dolphins.

Parks of Hawaii Island

Hawaii Island features four National Parks, including Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, as well as beautiful state and county parks.

Resorts of Hawaii Island

From the Kohala Coast to Keauhou, the resorts of Hawaii Island offer world-class amenities, amazing restaurants, spas and golf courses.

Surfing on Hawaii Island

Whether watching surfers or taking your first surf lesson, Hawaii Island offers fantastic surf adventures from Hilo to Keauhou.

Whale Watching on Hawaii Island

From December to May, go on a whale watching tour or spot humpback whales from Hawaii Island's coastal areas.