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Hawaii is known for its abundance of natural beauty, with flowing waterfalls, pristine beaches, rocky canyons, and rich rain forests. Relax on sparkling sands, soak in splendid sunsets, adventure through lush, mountainous landscapes, and ride the wave of the generous “aloha” spirit.



  • Explore the Big Island, which arose from the sea millions of years ago by the formation of five powerful volcanoes. Today, these volcanoes stand as iconic landscapes, providing visitors with the unforgettable experience of witnessing an active volcano. 

  • Discover Maui, an island overflowing with incredible natural beauty. Take a drive along the road to Hāna to see a pleasant blend of waterfalls, rain forest, and captivating coastal views. Visit Pi‘ilanihale Heiau to discover an ancient Polynesian temple along the coast. 

  • Let Kaua’i capture your senses and soul, with its lush mountains, cascading waterfalls, and a fascinating coastline. Visit the famous Na Pali Coast State Park to go whale watching, or simply surround yourself with beautiful views of cliffs, waterfalls, and rich vegetation. Take in unbelievable views over the mountains at The Waimea Canyon.

  • Enjoy O’ahu, known for clear blue waters, vibrantly colored fish, a rich rain forest, and tropical temperatures. There is something for everyone. Relax on beautiful beaches, snorkel with diverse sea life at the Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, hike to the 760ft-high summit of Diamond Head, or observe a traditional Kuhio Beach Torchlighting and Hula Show. 

  • Relax in the luxury of privacy on the island of Moloka’i. Enjoy beaches to yourself with a quaint, remote, and rural atmosphere. 

  • Visit Lanai, a sparsely populated, hidden gem that offers similar activities as the other islands, only without the crowds. 

Good to Know

  • Save money by indulging in native seafood and fruits, and avoiding foods that are freighted onto the island, such as boxed cereal and soda. 

  • If you’re traveling to Hawaii on a budget, pick 1 – 2 islands to visit, as traveling from island to island is expensive. 

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