Imagine yourself in an island paradise with beautiful beaches, lush green mountain rain-forests, unique cultural experiences and awe-inspiring scenery! Its paradise all year round and no passport needed (for US citizens)! Hawaii—six major islands—Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and Hawaii—each waiting to be explored and each with their unique offerings. All offer accommodations to fit any preference from secluded luxury properties to beach front resorts to family condominiums. Relax, rejuvenate, explore, and restore!
Did you know that on Hawaii, the state of Hawaii’s largest island, one can experience 11 of the world’s 13 climate zones? Kilauea is one of the most active volcanoes in the world. You can see lava flow into the ocean or beaches of white, green, black and red volcanic sand.
On Kauai, known as the “Garden Isle”, is perfect for romance and adventure. Walk through history exploring charming towns like Koloa, Hanalei and Lihue and shop along the way for some unique souvenirs. The island is full of luxuriant green natural wonder for hiking or play beautiful verdant golf courses. For those looking for more adventure, how about a shark swimming excursion!
Picture a morning bike ride down a volcano, an afternoon visit to a winery, relaxing on the balcony of your hotel and the amazing sight of Humpback whales surfacing in the distance and a romantic dinner to end the day. Ready? On Maui, the “Valley Isle” you can find all of this as well as historic sights, and beautiful scenery to explore.
If you only have time to take in one island, Oahu is a perfect introduction. Oahu is home to some of the state’s most famous attractions—Waikiki Beach, Diamond Head Crater, Iolani Palace and the Pearl Harbor Memorial. Honolulu offers top-notch shopping, nightlife, wonderful restaurants and an abundance of beautiful resorts.
Lanai will make you feel like the island was made just for you to enjoy. Solitude can be found on Lanai as it can on its sister island, Molokai. It’s a bit harder to get to but there are no traffic lights and only 30 miles of paved road—escape the beaten path and stay at a luxurious resort on Lanai. Golf one of the legendary golf courses or rent a jeep and go hiking through the pines of the Munroe Trail to Lanaihale Peak or enjoy wondrous native trees in the Kanepuu Preserve. Well-seasoned scuba divers conquering the Lanai Cathedrals while casual swimmers can enjoy snorkeling the protected and clear water of Hulopoe Bay. Meanwhile, fishermen may seek out tuna and marlin in Manele Bay.