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Trying to find a favorite island on Hawaii? Be warned – it’s hard to pick. There are many choices and each has its own identity and flavor. From The Big Island of Hawaii to The Garden Isle, The Valley Isle and others, Hawaii is considered by many as the only place on earth to spend time in. Golf, sun, sail, hike a volcano, fill your lungs and nose with the fresh air, swim in the Pacific. Experience luxury resorts and spas and the most beautiful sunsets you will ever seen. You may never come home.


Humpback whales flying out of the water off of Maui’s shores, beautiful sunrises from the top of the Haleakala Crater, the outdoor sites and adventures of Maui are breathtaking. Snorkel at MolokiniIsland, parasail along Kaanapali Beach, golf at one of  several championship courses. There are luxury resorts located on all sides of the island. You can even swim in the Seven Sacred Pools – considered one of the seven wonders of the world. Hike across Haleakala to IOA Needle – the activities and romance are endless.


The big one and getting bigger because of the active volcano, Hawaii is the largest of the Hawaiian Islands and is a lesson in contrasts from its sandy beaches to its snowcapped mountains, waterfalls and rainforests to dry arid deserts, botanical gardens and modern cities. See molten lava flowing as you hike the most active volcano in the world in Hawaii Volcano’s National Park. Play in the snow atop Mauna Kea one day and sun in the sand the next. Enjoy evenings filled with entertainment, fine dining and exciting night life in Hilo and the Kona Coast.


Old and dramatic, Kauai is a festival for the senses and considered by many to be the most beautiful of the Hawaiian Islands. The Grand Canyon of the Pacific, Waimea Canyon offers stunning views for the brave hiker.

With unforgettable bays, cliffs, beaches and bays, take a boat or helicopter ride to the sites – the natural beauty of Kauai offers outdoor romance and excitement.


Oahu is a highly populous and grand Hawaiian tourist attraction. It’s modern and rugged. Hike a mountainside during the day, and dine in a trendy restaurant at night.

Have fun on the high seas during the day and dance all night. Surf on world famous Waikiki Beach, golf, visit the Pearl Harbor museum, hit an art gallery and five-star restaurant. There are countless things to do on Oahu.