Hamakua Coast

The Hamakua Coast is on the northeast side of the Big Island just above Hilo.   The Hawaiian name Hamakua  means “Breath of God” and based on its’ beauty it’s easy to see how it got the handle.  The Hamakua Coast drive is 45 miles long and our Big Island Circle Tour and Wild & Scenic Volcano tour offer views of this breathtakingly beautiful part of the island.

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