Hawaii Regional Info
Hawaii will captivate you with pristine beaches and lush tropical rainforests. Get lost in the remote wilderness of Kauai's Na Pali Coast, watch magma smolder at the volcano's surface, or enjoy the pulse of Waikiki winding through a myriad of delectable restaurants and limitless shopping along spectacular beach front.
There are eight main islands of the Hawaiian chain, six of which are open to visitors. The most traveled island, Oahu is home to famous Waikiki and the only metropolis in Hawaii; Honolulu. Maui has beautiful countryside and a boutique feel even in the resort areas of west Maui and Kihei. Volcanoes National Park, the ever-flowing volcano Kilauea, and popular Kailua-Kona town are all found in Hawaii (aka Big Island). Kauai is an island for adventurous outdoor lovers great for hiking, biking, and kayaking. Remote and authentically Hawaiian, Molokai holds the history of Kalaupapa and Father Damien. Seclusive Lanai is where you get away from it all and indulge in relaxation, golf, and empty beaches.
The Hawaiian Islands are temperate year round with peak travel season December thru April. The very best time to see Hawaii is during the transition period between the dry season and the wet season; April and May or September and October.
Shipwreck Beach Lanai. Courtes...
Black Sand Beach, Maui
Molokai by Bike. Courtesy of H...
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