Oahu is the most populated island of Hawaii, and is home to the famous state capital, Honolulu. Famous for historical sites like Pearl Harbor, vacation places like Waikiki and great surfing beaches on the North Shore, Oahu is one of the most premier holiday destinations on the globe.
Stunning Maui’s most historic town is Lahaina, a former whaling port. The island is home to numerous picturesque farms, white and red sand beaches and the world-renowned Hana Highway with dozens of bridges, roadside waterfalls, and turns through some of the most breathtaking views in the Aloha State.
With five of the world’s major climate zones, the Big Island has some of the most diverse terrain. From active volcanoes and molten rivers of lava, to quaint farmer’s markets, coffee plantations, waterfalls and green sand beaches, the Big Island of Hawaii has enough intrigue for visitors and locals alike.
The Garden Isle dazzles with red-cliff canyons, jagged green mountains, towering waterfalls, and the most rivers in Hawaii. Kauai, is one of the “wettest places on earth,” and receives abundant rainfall creating rich rainforests and dynamic coastlines throughout the. This island’s nature-centric vibe is perfect for the adventure-lover.
The most “Hawaiian” of the islands, Molokai is free from any big-city blues, having no traffic lights or fast food on the island. Giving the best view of “old Hawaii,” Molokai offers unique experiences of deep sea fishing and hunting, mule rides into historic sites, and is home to the highest cliffs in Hawaii.
If you want to get away from it all, the Hawaiian Island of Lanai just might be the place for you. You can enjoy the beautiful and uncrowded white sand beaches at Polihua, Lopa and Hulopo’e Bay. Here you can also test your golf skills on the island’s two spectacular world class designed by some of the greatest golfers of all time, Jack Nicklaus and Greg Norman.