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Hawaii has been a hotspot for millions of people in search of surf, sun, and sand. With its notorious Aloha spirit, this island state welcomes visitors to climb its actively blazing volcanoes, relax on its stunning sandy beaches, sport a lei and hula skirt without a hint of irony, and generally relish in the rich Hawaiian culture and environment. Hawaii consists of of six main islands, each with its own individual charm and flavor.




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Oahu, “The Gathering Place”, is known as the heart of Hawaii. With so much to see and do, you’re never too far from what you’re looking for. From surfing on the North Shore to swimming in the warm waters of the famous Waikiki by day, then experiencing the local nightlife spots around Honolulu at night, travelers will not leave disappointed. Oahu is also known for the National Historic Landmark, Pearl Harbor, which honors the devastating aerial attack on the United States naval base and is a place to learn about this historic event. Other points of interest include Hanauma Bay, Waimea Bay and Diamond Head.

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The second most visited Hawaiian island is a major vacation spot for sun lovers and outdoor fanatics. Ka’anapali Beach is great for the fun-loving travelers who enjoy body-boarding, kayaking, sailing, and more. Hike 10,000 feet to summit of Haleakala, the world’s largest dormant volcano, and enjoy the gorgeous views of Maui and beyond. Watch humpback whales during the winter migration at Lahaina or groove to traditional music, cuisine, and cultural dances at Old Lahaina Luau. The incredible Wailea Beach is ideal for swimming and is conveniently located near many resorts and restaurants.

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Lose yourself in the quiet splendor of Kauai’s luxurious and tranquil landscape, an island of awe-inspiring panoramas, white-sand beaches, and romantic setting. Ideal for a honeymoon or romantic getaway, Kauai invites you to lose yourself in its quiet magnificence. Drive to Pu’u o kila Lookout, where the hallowed Mount Waialeale rises into view and go hiking, horseback riding, fishing, and scuba diving to get in touch with nature’s outstanding origins. Popular Kalapaki Beach invites you to get into surfing, sailing, windsurfing, and boogie boarding, thanks to stress-free convenience of instruction and rental gear. And Lydgate Beach Park features a swimming area protected by an artificial rock barrier with some of the safest swimming on Kauai, including a lifeguard.

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Fertile rainforests and barren deserts, black-sand beaches and white-capped mountains, supreme stargazing and down-to-earth people, world class gold and world-famous coffee. The Big Island is all that and more! Travelers can enjoy the experience of observing the eruption of Kilauea, which has been creating new land continuously since 1983. Visit the charming town of Hilo, lined with restaurants, shops, and historic Victorian homes and drive to the summit of Mauna Kea, the world’s tallest mountain, to take in an unparalleled view of the stars. Be sure to buy a few pounds of 100% Kona coffee beans before leaving the Kona Coast’s 600 coffee farms.

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The good people of Molokai prefer a simpler way of life to be lived amongst pristine beauty and remarkable natural wonders. Travelers shouldn’t expect any fast-food restaurants, shopping malls, traffic lights, or crowds. You can’t get much further away from the world than when visiting the quaint island of Molokai. Murphy’s Beach is very suitable for swimming with waters surrounded by a barrier reef and families can enjoy the picnic tables and BBQ facilities. The Big Wind Kite Factory in Maunaloa offers free classes to children and Molokai Ranch Outfitters Center is available for families to arrange mountain biking, horseback riding, and more family fun.

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Essentially undeveloped, Lanai is an island set for innovation. Travelers may venture northwest on a rocky jeep road to a desolate setting strewn with boulders known as the Garden of the Gods. In picturesque Lanai City, shop artistic boutiques, grab a bite to eat on a deck overlooking Dole Park, and chat with welcoming locals. Hike to the summit of Lanaihale for a great view of Oahu, Molokai, Big Island, and Lanai or head to Hulopoe Bay’s well-secured tide pools to see hermit crabs, sea stars, and the local opihi.

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