Kauai: The oldest and northernmost island in the Island chain is graced with dramatic, natural beauty. Outdoor adventures and romantic escapades flourish on Kauai. Here you can: Explore the golden sand beaches of the Coconut Coast, see the massive Waimea Canyon, "The Grand Canyon of the Pacific.", or take a boat ride to marvel at the towering cliffs of the Napali Coast.
Oahu: Home to the state capitol and the majority of Hawaii's population, Oahu is a vibrant mix of natural and cultural wonders with the modern arts, entertainment, and amenities of the 21st century. Look for your favorite adventure: See pro surfers charge the big winter waves of the famous North Shore, learn about American history at the memorials and museums in Pearl Harbor, soak up the sun and learn to surf yourself on legendary Waikiki Beach.
Molokai: With almost half of its population being of native Hawaiian ancestry, Molokai is an island that has preserved its connection to the past and its love for the outdoors. Here you can: Step back to a simpler time in the sleepy town of Kaunakakai, view the verdant flora in Halawa Valley or learn about the works of Father Damien at Kalaupapa Settlement.
Lanai: Without a single traffic light, Lanai is a true island getaway for luxury, romance, and privacy away from crowds. Play golf at Lanai's two prestigious courses, see the rock formations at Keahiakawelo, "The Garden of the Gods." or off-road amongst the pine trees along Munro Trail.
Maui: The second largest island is home to what some believe are the best beaches in the world, as well as Humpback whales who migrate off Maui's shores every winter. You will find a multitude of activities available to fulfill your every need: wake up early to catch the sunrise atop Haleakala Crater, stroll through historic Lahaina, and learn about Maui's whaling past or drive the long and winding road to Hana for spectacular scenery.
Hawaii's Big Island: Bigger than all of the other islands combined, the island of Hawaii, or Hawaii's Big Island, is vast enough to hold 11 of the world's 13 climactic zones - from sandy beaches to snowcapped mountains. Here you can see waterfalls, rainforests, and botanical gardens in Hilo, snorkel, scuba, or fish off the Kona Coast or view Kilauea, the world's most active volcano in Hawaii Volcano's National Park.