The largest Hawaiian Islands is Hawaii, better known as the Big Island. Dominated by two massive volcanic peaks which are snow-capped in winter, the Big Island is the most dynamic of the Hawaiian Islands. Gorgeous beaches and world championship golf courses on the west coast, dramatic valleys and waterfalls on the north and east coasts, the active Kilauea Volcano in the south, excellent game fishing and snorkelling and boasting the most extensive archaeological sights in Hawaii, the Big Island has something for everyone. The Big Island too has its own stretch of luxury beach resort complexes with stunning golf resorts on the Kohala Coast, as well as being a popular bed and breakfast and vacation rental destination in the rural hills of South Kona and Waipio where coffee and taro farming dominate.