OAHU - Home of world famous Waikiki Beach, perfect for not only surfing but also where you will find wonderful resorts, shopping and dining. In close proximity to Diamond Head State Monument; a broad saucer shape crater known for its hiking trail, military history and stunning expansive views. Spend a day at Pearl Harbor to visit the USS Arizona Memorial, the USS Missouri and the Museums.
KAUAI – Known for its lush tropical greenery and breathtaking waterfalls. Visit beautiful beaches to sunbath and snorkel. Explore Waimea Canyon, the largest canyon in the Pacific. Book a sail tour to experience the stunning rainbow colors of the cliffs Na Pali by sea!
LANAI – Picturesque Hulopoe Bay, on the South Coast, is fabulous for snorkeling, swimming and exploring large tide pools filled with marine life! Nearby, learn the legend of Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock), the 80 foot tall Lanai Landmark that’s just a short walk from the beach. Off the coastline look for spinner dolphins! And in the winter, the waters between Lanai, Maui and Molokai offer some of the best whale watching in the world!
MAUI – The western, or leeward, side is drier with world famous beaches including Kaanapali Beach which features a nightly sunset cliff diving ceremony! The eastern, or windward, side is wetter making it lusher. Here take the scenic road to Hana, considered one of the last unspoiled Hawai’i frontiers. Get up early and drive to Haleakala to witness an unforgettable sunrise.
Hawai’i – This is the BIG Island with 266 miles of coastline so beautiful National Geographic listed it as one of the 50 Ultimate Road Trips in the World! Tour the many international observatories on the World’s Highest Peak, Mauna Kea Volcano. Visit Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park to see the most active volcanoes on earth! And, all that volcanic activity has produced black sand beaches, most notably Punalu’u Beach. Tour a coffee plantation, too, and pick up some Kona Coffee!