Maui is the second largest island in Hawaii. From its outstanding beaches, perfect for kicking back on and relaxing, to its many excursions, Maui is a popular choice for those who enjoy whale watching and discovering the authentic small towns of Hawaii. As the second most visited island after Oahu, Maui has a much slower and more relaxing way of life with fewer tourists and a more laid-back feel.
O'ahu is the most visited of all the Hawaiian Islands. The “Gathering Place” is the third largest Hawaiian Island and home to the state capital, Honolulu. O'ahu boasts some of the most picturesque views, stunning beaches and famous nightlife.
Be sure to visit the world-famous Waikiki Beach and not only stroll along the soft sand but stick around and watch the island come to life as the glowing sun submerges into the Pacific. From beach bars with live entertainment to its roaring nightclubs, you get the best of both worlds when you visit O'ahu.
Kaua'i, sometimes referred to as the “Garden Island”, is the fourth largest island and the oldest island in the Hawaiian chain. With its cascading cliffs and emerald waters, Kaua'i is an outdoor lovers' paradise. Stroll along the white sand beaches, explore the sugarcane fields and take in the breathtaking views from iconic cliffs.
As well as its captivating beauty, there is a vast selection of outdoor activities.
Po'ipū Beach is divided into two crescent-shaped beaches and is the perfect spot for snorkeling and catching a glimpse of the natural beauty and life beneath the North Pacific Ocean.
Kayak along the 20-mile-long Wailua River, take a short hike to Secret Falls and cool off in crystal clear waters.
However you choose to relax, the islands laid back atmosphere is what makes Kaua'i a dream vacation.