Visitor Information

Before you go, contact the Big Island Visitors Bureau to request a free official vacation planner with information on accommodations, transportation, sports and activities, dining, arts and entertainment, and culture. A virtual visit on the bureau website can be helpful, and it includes a calendar section that shows what local events coincide with your visit.

The Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce has links to dozens of museums, attractions, bed-and-breakfasts, and parks on its website. The Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce lists local activities. The Volcano Art Center offers a host of activities at Kilauea, including classes and workshops; music, dance, and theater performances; art shows; and volcano runs.


Big Island Visitors Bureau (HI. 808/961–5797 or 800/648–2441.

Hawaii Island Chamber of Commerce (HI. 808/935–7178.

Kona-Kohala Chamber of Commerce (HI. 808/329–1758.

Volcano Art Center (HI. 866/967–7565 or 808/967–7565.

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