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Big Island, Hawaii

Whether you're planning on exploring cave dive sites, trekking through jungles or taking to the skies with your on board helicopter, there are no limits for adventurers and thrill seekers travelling by superyacht.

1. Big Island, Hawaii

While you may be picturing leis, ukuleles and sandy beaches, Hawaii is also home to ominous volcanic mountains, towering green cliffs, natural hot springs, crashing waterfalls and emerald rainforests.

Explore the Kilauea Caldera by helicopter, take a bicycle tour to Kamokuna, where the volcano's lava flow meets the ocean, and then spend a night at the Four Seasons' new luxury Cottage Hideaway (complete with full staff and amenities). It's unique location at the heart of a 1,000-year-old rainforest will ensure that you'll fall asleep to the sounds of the Hawaiian jungle and wake up to exotic birdsong.

Save plenty of time for diving, snorkelling and relaxing atop one of the many pristine beaches, but don't miss the Mauna Kea Summit, which is located 4,205 metres above sea level. Aside from the amazing hiking trails, the nightly stargazing program offers a life-changing experience.

Superyachts such as 60.35 metre Vive la Via, 86.01 metre Seven Seas, 87.78 metre Musashi and 118 metre Motor Yacht A have all been spotted visiting Hawaii in recent years — while some of the aforementioned chose to anchor in spots like Kailua-Kona and Hilo Bay, Mushashi was spotted docked at Kewalo Basin Harbour in Honolulu.

Picture courtesy of Shutterstock.com / Marisa Estivill

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