Aloha! Welcome to the Big Island of Hawai’i and Mahalo for booking with Island Beach Rentals. From snorkeling in pristine waters, hiking in lush, emerald jungles and exploring the most active volcano on earth, we encourage you to get out to the vastly different landscapes and ecosystems of this little slice of paradise. You've come all this way, it's time to make the memories to last a lifetime!

Our Recommended Tours

Manta Night Snorkel


Recommended -  The Travel Channel says “it’s one of the top ten things to do in your lifetime”. Truly a mind blowing experience.

Kohala Zip & Dip


Recommended -  Who doesn't like ziplining? Hawaii is a special spot for it, with ravines and gulches to soar over makes this a thrilling adventure. Cap it off with a dip under a private waterfall!

Ultimate Circle Island Explorer


Recommended -  Great way to see all the different ecosystems of the Big Island in a single day all from within the comfort of a luxury van.

Kohala Waterfalls Adventure


Recommended -  When you think of Hawaii, do you envision lush forests and waterfalls? Well, this is EXACTLY what that is. Truly a fabulous way to immerse yourself in native Hawaii.

Big Island Experience


Recommended -  See the entire vastness of the Big Island in one fell swoop. This is the crown jewel of helicopter tours.

Morning Sail & Snorkel


Recommended -  These are LOCAL captains so they really know the best snorkel spots along the Waikoloa coastline.

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"We Love Our Customers"

Our focus is on making our customers love us back. You came all this way, we want to make sure you have a great time. We will make sure we find the best activities for you and your family. Adventure seekers? We got you covered with ziplines, parasailing, paintball just to name a few. Romance? Oh yeah, we're all about that - sunset cocktail or dinner cruise anyone? If you're on a budget, we are constantly looking for and getting the best discounts on activities.

About Us

Some of the Best Things to do on the Big Island

Captain Cook Bay

Big Island's premier snorkel destination

Captain Cook Bay (aka Kealakekua Bay) is one of Hawai'i's most spectacular coral reefs. Because it is a Marine Life Conservation District fish are plentiful and swarm over the well developed reef that slopes steeply from the shore into the nearby deep water. Spinner dolphins are also commonly seen resting in the Bay. The surrounding area contains many historical and archeological sites such as religious temples, or heiaus, and includes the spot where the first European settler to reach the islands, Captain James Cook, was murdered.

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Kilauea Volcano

Kīlauea was created around 300,00 to 600,000 years ago as tectonic plates shifted over the Hawaiian hotspot in the earth’s underlying mantle, and it continues daily to lay down some of the newest land on the planet. The best way to see the magnificent and powerful forces of Pele, goddess of fire, is by helicopter, but much can be learned on guided expeditions too. Kīlauea’s lava is not currently flowing into the ocean however this otherwordly sight is worth seeing.

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Kohala District

Named after dominating Kohala Mountain, the oldest of 5 volcanos that for Hawaii island, this eclectic area contains a mix of the island’s best beaches, world class accommodations, ancient jungle valleys and temples, waterfalls, and funky artist enclaves. It is the birthplace of King Kamehameha, the first ruler of unified Hawai’ian Islands, and home to historical sites like the Mo'okini Heiau, Bond Homestead, and Kalahikiola Church. If you only have a weekend on the Big Island, you could easily spend it all here!

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Current Weather on the Big Island

One thing we promise, you'll never see snow in the forecast unless you're on top of Mauna Kea.

What customers say

People love us! Check out our latest reviews.

Chris Amerasinghe

"We couldn't have asked for a better experience. Eric was amazing, he took care of everything!"

Sarah Hodges

"We did two activities which were fantastic! This was the highlight of our trip and will definitely call Activity Big Island when we return."