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Which Hawaii island to visit?
Big Island of Hawaii  The Orchid Isle

Best for hiking, culture and wildlife, the Big Island, which is larger than all the other islands combined, has 11 of the world’s 13 climactic zones. It is comprised of lava deserts, emerald valleys, waterfalls, beaches with black, white and even green sand, snow-capped mountains and coral forests. The island's greatest attraction is  
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.​ Enchanting its visitors with its range in diversity, the Big Island of Hawaii, is populated by locals, hippies, transplants, eccentrics, bartenders, teachers and more. Book Now. Make Payments. Call (586) 775-7300.
Historic Kailua-Kona Town
Historic seaside hot spot
Waipio Valley
Hawaii's largest isolated inhabited valley
Downtown Hilo
Local treasures in the island's capital city
Ka Lae (South Point)
The southern most point in the United States
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
The world's most active volcano
​O'ahu  The Gathering Place

​Best for beaches, food and culture, O'ahu is home to the state capital of Honolulu and the majority of Hawaii's population. It's a colorful mix of natural and cultural wonders with the entertainment and amenities of the 21st century. O'ahu is a surfer’s paradise, with waves that can reach epic heights. Here you can hike atop knife-edged cliffs, dive into Hanauma Bay’s outdoor fishbowl, go windsurfing, kayak to uninhabited islands off Kailua, or just enjoy the beautiful beaches - particularly famous Waikiki Beach in Honolulu. 
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Pearl Harbor
Historic sites recounting the Pearl Harbor attack
Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve
One of Hawaii's premier snorkeling sites
Nuuanu Pali Lookout
Historic spot with fantastic mountain views
North Shore
Legendary birthplace of big wave surfing
Dole Pineapple Plantation
World's Largest Maze
Art connoisseurs will appreciate the annual Hale'iwa Arts Festival, a celebration of local crafts, painting, jewelry, sculpture, dance, and music. O'ahu is proud of its multicultural heritage and Hawaiian traditions. Even among the high-rises of downtown Honolulu, you’ll see palm trees and power brokers in breezy aloha shirts. Book Now. Make Payments. Call 586-775-7300.
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Lahaina Town
Whale watching, shopping and dining in this historic hot spot
Makena Beach State Park (Big Beach)
One of Maui's largest beaches
Iao Valley State Park
Historic site home to the iconic Iao Needle
Haleakala National Park
Scenic home to Maui's highest peak
Hana Highway
Famous for the scenery, twists, and turns to Hana town
Maui  The Valley Isle

Best for beaches, hiking, and food, Maui is the second largest island and home to some of the best beaches in the world. If you're looking to watch for whales, the waters off of Maui are one of the best places in the world to do so. Wake up early to catch the sunrise at Haleakala, stroll through the historic 
Lahaina town, or drive the majestic Road to Hana for spectacular scenery. Maui is famed for its glorious sands, Maui’s got a beach for every mood – wind-whipped kiteboarding meccas, calm snorkeling coves, hidden gems and some of the biggest surfable waves on the planet. The island’s hiking trails wind through a bamboo forest, climb to lofty ridgetops, wander past waterfalls and crunch through a cindery volcanic national park. Book Now. Make Payments. Call (586) 775-7300.
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Kauai  The Garden Isle

Best for beaches, landscapes and lifestyle, Kauai is the least commercially developed of the Hawaiian islands. Waterfalls, scenic drives and more than 60 beaches dot the landscape. Some beaches have great snorkeling, others offer child-friendly tidal pools and some are perfect for all kinds of water sports. Dry-land activities include hiking the Kalalau Trail on the Na Pali coastline, taking a day trip to Waimea Canyon and experiencing life on a sugar plantation at Grove Farm Homestead Museum. Explore the trails of Kokee State Park, or take time to relax in one of the many beautiful gardens of the Garden Isle and enjoy relaxing on the South Shore, where beach days abound with plenty of postcard sunsets.
Wailua Falls
Kauai's most popular waterfall
Kalalau Trail
Spectacular coastal trail on Kauai's north coast
Poipu Beach
Voted one of America's best beaches
Waimea Canyon
Nicknamed the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific"