Kauai

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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