Island Brand Themes: Inspiring

Known for: Five national parks, including Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park; home to all but four of the world’s sub-climate zones; myriad indoor and outdoor adventures;  history and culture; the most marine conservation districts in Hawaiʻi; agriculture and farm tours; sustainability 

Capital City: Hilo 

Major Airport: Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport at Keāhole (KOA) in Kona on the west or Hilo International Airport (ITO) in Hilo on the east. 

Resort Areas on Hawaiʻi Island: Major resort destinations include the Kohala Coast, Historic Kailua Village (Kailua-Kona) and Keauhou (both in Kona). There are also hotels and accommodations in Hilo on the east and Volcano in the southeast. In addition, bed and breakfast accommodations and vacation rentals are scattered throughout the island.

Major Events: Mitsubishi Electric Championship at Hualālai, Merrie Monarch Festival, International Billfish Tournament, IRONMAN World Championship 

Highest Elevation: 13,796 feet (Maunakea) 

Population: 201,513 

Area: 4,028 sq. miles