Welcome to Hawaii
With stunning beaches, soaring mountains, and a fascinating culture, Hawaii is a destination
that tends to be on every person’s “must see” list. But with multiple islands, each with its own
set of features, travelers can become overwhelmed when determining where to visit.
Before we start to plan, take some time to think about what is most important to you. Do you
want to see volcanos with flowing lava? Do you want to visit the Dole plantation and Pearl
Harbor? Do you want to go for quiet hikes? Are you willing to split your time between two or
Let's get started!
Each Hawaiian island is unique, and each appeals to different types of travelers. There are six
Oahu is the best-known of the six major islands, and it’s often the starting point for a split-stay vacation. Home to Hawaii’s
capital of Honolulu, it’s where you can hike Diamond Head, visit
the Dole Plantation, pay respects at Pearl Harbor, and watch surfers riding the waves.
The second-largest of the islands, Maui is the most visited island after Oahu. With beautiful white or black sand beaches and
gorgeous sunrise and sunset views from Haleakala Crater, Maui checks many boxes on a traveler’s wish list.
The “Garden Island” of Kauai is the oldest of the Hawaiian
island chain. The island boasts soaring mountains, stunning
waterfalls, and breathtaking views, including Hanalei Bay and Waimea Canyon, Some areas of the island are only accessible by air or by sea, so plan some time for a helicopter or boat tour!
If seeing volcanoes is on your list, the “Big Island” is the place to be. Nearly twice the size as all of the other Hawaiian islands
combined, you can travel through most of the world’s climate zones here. With stunning vistas, beautiful black sand beaches, and more, a trip to the island of Hawaii is an awe-inspiring experience.
BIG ISLAND OF HAWAII
Despite its small size, Molokai is home to the highest sea cliffs in the world, and the longest continuous fringing reef. Visitors can enjoy exploring the cliffs leading to Kalaupapa National Historical Park or relaxing on Papohaku Beach, one of Hawaii’s largest white-sand beaches,
The smallest inhabited island travelers may visit in Hawaii, Lanai offers an enticing mix of tranquility and adventure. With
luxurious resorts as well as activities like horseback riding, scenic hikes, and off-road adventures, a vacation to Lanai can be as tranquil or exciting as you wish!