Say Aloha to Hawaii. This group of islands will capture your heart for sure. It’s unusual for someone to go to Hawaii, and not want to go return. Each of the islands have something unique and different to offer, while all having things in common. Sunshine, palm tree lined beaches, gentle island breezes and warm friendly hospitality to welcome you to their island home.
THE MAIN ISLANDS THAT MOST VISITORS VISIT ARE:
Oahu – World famous Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbor and the North Shore
Maui – Sandy beaches, Mount Haleakala, Whale watching and the road to Hana
Kauai – Waterfalls, kayaking, Waimea Canyon, helicopter ride and movie tours
Hawaii – Nicknamed the Big Island, Active Volcano, black sand beaches, Kona Coffee
THINGS NOT TO MISS
Whale watch from December – April
Snorkel with tropical fish, sea turtles or Manta Rays
Enjoy a luau
Helicopter over an active volcano
Zip line over mountain valleys or bike ride down a dormant volcano
WHEN TO GO
Hawaii is in the tropics, and has a cooler, drier climate due to the trade winds that blow from the east. Temperatures are comfortable throughout the year, but it's important to keep in mind when planning your travel to Hawaii that May through October is dry season, while November through April is the rainy season. No worries, the showers come and go quickly and you are blessed with a rainbow.
Inter-island flights operate between the islands constantly and are fast and convenient. It’s best to have a car rental on Maui, Kauai and Hawaii. On Oahu you can rent a car for the day, parking in Waikiki beach is expensive and limited.