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- Hilo, Hawaii Islands most populated town overlooks Hilo Bay, situated upon two shield volcanoes; Mauna Loa, an active volcano, and Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano.
- Features a tropical rainforest climate, with substantial rainfall throughout the course of the year.
- Dramatic waterfalls
- Downtown Hilo is Hawaii Island’s biggest small town featuring centuries-old wooden storefronts — many of which are on the National Register of Historic Places — housing a variety of sophisticated galleries, shops, restaurants and cultural sites.
- Home the the University of Hawaii's Hilo Campus with 4000 students from around the world.
- It is home to the Pana'ewa Rainforest Zoo, several shopping centers, cafes and other eateries, movie theaters, hotels, restaurants, and a developed downtown area also with the Hilo Farmers Market.
- Experience dramatic waterfalls, fertile rainforests, and blooming tropical gardens.
- Hilo is the gateway to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (only 30 miles away)
- Only 3.5 Miles from Hilo International Airport (ITO)
- Hilo's Farmers Market is ranked as one of the best in the United States
- 30 Acres of Edo-Style Japanese Gardens built in the early 1900's
- Honoli‘is one of the most popular surfing breaks on the island's east side.
- Strong cell phone reception
- Hotels, restaurants, and production resources in close proximity.