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Renting an Alamo hire car to pick up on Hawaii's Big Island is hassle-free, and you have the opportunity to select a model to meet you and your family or party's needs. It is the most convenient and economical way to travel while you are enjoying your holiday.
Taking a trip to the Hawaii Big Islands is a dream holiday destination for people who like beach and adventure holidays, and even those who like to experience a different climate on the same island! Exploring the Big Islands will require transport because, as the name suggests, the islands are very large indeed. Organising your car hire is always best done before you arrive so that you can begin exploring this wonderful part of the world as quickly as possible. With so many white sandy beaches to visit and mountainous pathways to explore, you will not want to waste any time.
There are so many wonderfully unspoilt places to see on the Big Islands, with Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park a popular activity where you can walk through an active volcano that stands proud in a tropical rainforest. The Big Islands are not densely populated with tourists, and there is a homely feel to every activity in this wonderfully tranquil and beautiful area of land.
Driving to the Hilo region in your Alamo hire car is an experience in itself, passing sugar plantations and travelling through sumptuous rainforests with all the noises the wildlife project. Once in the town of Hilo you will see thriving markets where farmers sell their naturally grown produce, and beautiful architecture in Downtown Hilo where galleries and shops adorn the narrow streets, most properties being of important historical value. Whereas Hilo is considered the "wetter" side of the island, Kona is the sunny district and is typified by calm, clear seawater littered with snorkelers and fishermen. Near to Kona is the historical landmark where Captain James Cook first stepped onto the islands in 1778, and there is a memorial to where he was eventually killed. The region is a strong coffee growing area and the smell as you wander the streets is alluring, tempting you to taste the wide variety of beans available.
An alternative place to stay would be the Hilton Waikoloa Village resort, a stunning development that is seated in 62 oceanfront acres of natural beauty in the Kohala Coast district. Having numerous pools and golf courses, 13 restaurants and bars and a whole range of activities on-site as well as organising trips and visits outside of the resort, this really is a special way to experience the beauty and splendour of the Hawaiian Big Islands and all they have to offer.