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palace now functions as a museum and is a showplace of beautiful furniture and fascinating artifacts. While the Big Island


is obviously the largest island in Hawaii, it is also the youngest, making it a land of extremes subject to change. Other activities worth exploring include one of the world’s most active volcanoes (Kilauea), the tallest sea mountain in the world at more than 33,000 feet (Mauna Kea), the most massive mountain in the world (Mauna Loa) and the largest park in the state. That park, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, is a perfect spot to watch the dramatic collision of molten


lava with the Pacific Ocean. One of the major ap- peals of the Trail is that it runs counter to the percep- tion that golf in the 50th state is only for those with deep pockets. “The Kona Golf Trail offers golfers out- standing value,” says Ross Birch, general manager of Makalei Golf Club. “Kona and the rest of Hawaii Island offer visitors a tre- mendous variety of natural, cultural and historic attrac- tions as well as a wide range of activities. Where else in the world can you snorkel in the Pacific Ocean, visit the world’s most active volcano and later that night star- gaze on a 14,000 foot snow capped mountain?”


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