There are so many phenomenal activities to do on the Hawaiian islands, and that’s why this state stands out from the crowd.
Each of Hawaii's islands has its own distinct personality, activities and sights. Whether you want to uncover local culture and cuisine, surf some of the world's wildest waves, watch a spectacular sunset from a volcanic landscape, or snorkel with manta rays, there's an island that will deliver:
The island of Kauai is known as the ‘Garden Island’ for a reason. It is draped in lush green valleys, jagged cliffs, cascading waterfalls and tropical rainforest.
The Big Island's biggest draw is Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, home to one of the world's most active volcanoes. Seeing the solidified lava flows stretch out for miles in a stark, rocky landscape, reminds you that the volcano is very much alive.
Maui is beloved for its world-famous beaches, the dramatic, scenic drive on the 'Road to Hana' and the magnificent sunrise and sunset from Haleakala National Park.
Oahu, 'The Gathering Place', is home to Honolulu and so much more. From bustling city life to laidback surf towns, there is plenty to explore.
Molokai remains true to its island roots with a high percentage of its population being of Native Hawaiian ancestry.
Lanai is the smallest inhabited island. If you are looking for otherworldly landscapes and luxury resorts, Lanai is the island for you.
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