Situated on the Big Island of Hawaii, the district of Hilo is divided into two parts; North Hilo (Hilo ‘Akau) and South Hilo District (Hilo Hema). The North Hilo district is filled with cultural sites, shops, and unique attractions. The Hilo District stretches for 58 miles from Hilo Bay to Waiakea-Uka.
Hilo is the only place considered a city on the Big Island due to its large population. Residents in the North Hilo area are spread across various towns and localities such as Mauna Kea, Ninole, and ʻŌʻōkala and many of the locals in the district live along the Wailoa and Wailuku rivers.
The North Hilo District is admired for its relaxed and laid back lifestyle as opposed to