"When anyone thinks of visiting Hawaii, there is one word that comes to mind immediately – paradise. Located near the equator in the Pacific Ocean, Hawaii delivers beautiful tropical weather all year round. Sunshine and warm whether can be enjoyed when you choose, making anytime a great time to visit this paradise."

Hawaii is one of the most visited places from people all over the world. Whether you choose to vacation away from the large city life or escape for a romantic getaway, Hawaii is endless in its offerings of natural beauty. There is no limit to Hawaiis outdoor activities to experience the true essence of Hawaii. Spectacular sunsets and sunrises, romantic private beaches, whale watching, surfing, and snorkeling to view tropic fish of the islands can all be found in one place – tropical Hawaii. The Hawaiian island chain is made up of eight islands; however, there are only six main islands that are accessible without limitations to visitors and locals. These islands include Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, and Hawaii island. Each island delivers its own distinctive version of the Hawaiian culture with its lush, green native Hawaiian forests, flowers, and birds, as well as its sandy beaches surrounded by palm trees, coconut trees, and crystal blue water. Each island in Hawaii has special gifts to offer its visitors.


If you love a variety of old towns and preserved Hawaiian culture, mixed with a “large” city, Oahu is the place for you. It is home to Hawaii’s capital, Honolulu, the only “large” city in Hawaii. The only island with freeways, Oahu has the largest population, and the most dining establishments and shopping experiences from luxury brands to local crafts. It also has a very active nightlife if you want to party into the early morning hours. It is home to the famous Diamond Head inactive volcanic crater, and Pearl Harbor where many were killed and wounded in what started World War II.

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Maui is a popular island among visitors to Hawaii. The most beautiful white, sandy beaches surround the entire island, which is noted as the most beautiful in the world. If you drive inward, you can also experience the cool native Hawaiian forests and waterfalls. There are small towns on the island, with the most popular spot being Lahaina. It has beautiful hotels sitting near the ocean, lots of shopping, dining, and an active nightlife. The islands popularity has caused it to boom in its industrial growth.

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The island of Kauai is known for its variety of outdoor activities through its lush environment. It includes Hawaii’s only river that is navigable, and its own canyon, the Waimea Canyon, which is often referred to as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Kauai is home to beautiful, white sandy beaches. Its very own Poipu State Beach Park was once voted one of the most beautiful beaches in the United States. There are no large cities, and it is a great place to escape from the busy world to one of peace and tranquility.

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The Big Island

Nicknamed “The Big Island” for obvious reasons, it is the largest island in the Hawaiian Island Chain. It is also the youngest island with mass areas of preserved native Hawaiian forests that are home to some of Hawaiis endangered species. The Big Island is home to the very active Kilauea Volcano, which has formed many new black sand beaches. This is the only island where you can experience sunshine, rain, cold wintery weather, and even snow (during the winter months) all in one days trip of the island. The culture is relaxed and there are no big cities. No matter where you drive to, you are constantly surrounded by vast green beauty.

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Imagine a place of complete exclusion from your daily lifestyle, and you have the island of Lanai. It’s a great place for a romantic getaway to just experience the beauty of Hawaii without the crowds or traffic. There is not even one traffic light on Lanai. There is a small town for minimal shopping and dining, but the island is mostly surrounded by native Hawaiian forests and tropical flowers. Lanai is home to the famous Hulopoe Bay beach where you can truly experience the rest and relaxation of the tropical breezes and sunshine.

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This island will take you back in time to the true culture of the Hawaiian people. The locals here fight hard to keep the island native and preserved from busy large cities. The heritage and lifestyle of old Hawaii shines through on Molokai. With only one location of small shops, a grocery store, and few dining places, this island is a nice and quiet getaway. Molokai is most famous for its Kalaupapa National Historical park, which is accessed by a supervised mule ride down the steep cliffs of Kalaupapa.

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