Oahu is known as the gathering place, a vibrant blending of cultures, traditions, and people. Experience the city of Honolulu, Diamond Head Crater, luxury shopping in Waikiki, diverse culinary choices, hiking, golfing and entertaining luaus. For water adventures there are plenty of places for snorkeling such as the Hanauma Bay, world famous surfing, along with a variety of beaches on which to relax, play and unwind. Oahu is rich in history with museums, memorials such as Pearl Harbor, and cultural centers that invite visitors to immerse themselves in the historical events that shaped Hawaii. Come and enjoy island living with a cosmopolitan flair, as there is always something to do on Oahu.
(Honolulu airport – HNL)
Maui has beautiful beaches, golf courses, quaint local towns and luxury resort communities. Visit Haleakala National Park to hike or bike above the clouds, arrive early to see an unforgettable sunrise. During winter migration season you can see humpback whales playing out in the calm and clear water. In Lahaina, enjoy “farm to table” dining, unique shopping and a vibrant artist community. Take the day to drive the winding road to Hana and try to count the waterfalls along the way. Maui is a wonderful place for creating vacation memories and just relaxing.
(Kahului airport – OGG)
Kauai is a nature enthusiast’s dream destination with its lush and awe-inspiring landscape. Enjoy the spectacular vistas of the Na’Pali coast, waterfalls cascading through rainforests and the beautiful colors of the Waimea Canyon. Kauai is the oldest of the Hawaiian Islands and its diverse landscapes are frequently used as movie sets. Often referred to as the wettest place on earth, it receives more days of rain than anywhere else, which is how is stays so green, but be prepared to embrace the tropical showers. A slower pace of life awaits you in Kauai, with casual restaurants, as well as a multitude of outdoor activities such as hiking and kayaking. Connect with nature to the fullest during your vacation on Kauai.
(Lihue airport – LIH)
The Big Island, formally known as Hawaii, is home to the Kilauea Volcano, one of the most active volcanoes on earth. Visitors may witness the spectacular sight of creation as they watch lava flow into the ocean, thus expanding the island. At Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, walk through the 500 year old Thurston Lava Tube and exit into a tropical rainforest. This island is the youngest of the Hawaiian Islands, but already the largest and still growing. Hawaii offers diverse climate conditions from barren lava fields and arid deserts to lush rainforests. Hike to cascading waterfalls at Akaka Falls State Park, take a walk on Punaluu Black Sand Beach, take a boat sports fishing, golf, or star gaze above it all on Mauna Kea. Visit historic fishing villages or plan a tour at a famous Kona coffee plantation. The Big Island will give you a sense of nostalgia and island living.
(Kona airport – KOA or Hilo airport – ITO)