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5 Hawaiian Islands You Don’t Want to Miss

Miles of stunning coastline, immaculate rainforests, world-class beaches, luxury and adventure. It doesn’t take much convincing to start planning your next travel experience in Hawaii! Every island offers it’s own unique draw. Here are 5 of our favorite Hawaiian islands to consider.



Kauai


Kauai’s natural beauty speaks for itself with its pristine beaches, gorgeous sunsets and beautiful turquoise skies. The “Garden Isle” has luxurious resorts, adventurous activities and some of the most stunning landscapes any paradise can offer. Hanalei Bay is a popular surfing spot for everyone or enjoy a hike on the famous Waimea Canyon Trail. Tour the NaPali Coast by boat and meet dolphins, monk seals, whales and sea turtles. Kauai’s waterfalls are some of the most scenic in the world – Wailua Falls is a can’t miss spot! Kauai appeals to a laid-back, adventurous traveler!



Maui


Kaanapali and Wailea Beach are the most famous spots in Maui, but this island is perfect for the traveler looking for variety in their experience. Maui isn’t as busy as Oahu or as quiet as Kauai – somewhere in the middle makes it just right, offering a taste of everything from fabulous golf, snorkeling, or enjoying breathtaking scenery. Enjoy red sand at Kaihalulu or black sand at Wai’anapanapa. Nature enthusiasts won’t want to miss the Road to Hana and Lao Valley. Find rest at some of the most luxurious resorts in Hawaii including the Four Seasons and The Ritz-Carlton.



Hawaii – The Big Island


History buffs will love The Big Island! Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Waipio Valley, and Kealakekua Bay are just three historic spots to learn about rich Hawaiian history. Geographically unique, the Big Island boasts black sand beaches, steamy and lush rainforests, lava deserts, and snow peaked mountains. The scenery in the Big Island is truly majestic. Check out the impressive 135 meter Akaka Falls, visit the 40 acre coffee farm in Hawaii’s Kona Coffee District, or snorkel with manta rays on an eco-tour. The Big Island has something for everyone!





Lanai


Lanai is a secluded paradise for those seeking time in nature. The most remote of the islands makes it the perfect place for an off-road adventure to the prehistoric fishing village, Kaunolu, or to enjoy a breathtaking sunset at the Garden of the Gods. A visit to Shark’s bay will enchant you with legend and a beautiful cliffside natural landscape, crashing waves and a short hike. With far less tourist attractions in Lanai, the vibe is completely unrushed with no pressure, no crazy nightlife, nothing but nature.







Oahu


Oahu is a great island for first time visitors to Hawaii. Waikiki Beach, the Pearl Harbor National Museum, and Diamond Head State Mountain are all in Hawaii’s capital city, Honolulu. Enjoy a wide range of accommodations and adventure in Oahu! Pu’u O Hulu Trail is an exotic hiking trail over 2.5 kilometers long or take a scenic drive to Nu’uanu Pali Lookout for a spectacular view of Oahu’s landscape. Beach enthusiasts, history buffs, extreme adventurers alike will all be blown away by this magnificent island!

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