Visit flower farms on a scenic drive through the Maui Upcountry and then continue on to the top of Haleakala Volcano to see the amazing summit crater.
On Kauai enjoy fine dining and live music at Poipu Resort on the south shore with spectacular beaches and championship golf courses.
Grab a bite to eat in historic Haleiwa town and explore the shops and art galleries.
Nearby Beaches Hawaii is known for its spectacular beaches with each island offering unique beauty along pristine shorelines.
On the south shore of Oahu is the world famous Waikiki Beach and also Hanauma Bay, one of Hawaii's most popular snorkeling spots featuring a diversity of marine life among the coral reefs in a sunken volcanic crater.
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Take a drive up into Kona coffee country to meet the coffee farmers and see how the prized coffee beans are grown and processed.
On Molokai visit the scenic Halawa valley, the remote settlement of Kalaupapa, Hawaii's biggest white sand beach at Papohaku and the highest seacliffs in the world along the island's northeast shore.
Oahu, Kauai, Maui, Lanai, Molokai and the Big Island of Hawaii all offer unique experiences that bring visitors back again and again.
On the south shore of Oahu explore downtown Honolulu, Waikiki Beach and great hikes including Diamond Head Crater, the Manoa Trail and the Makapuu Lighthouse Trail.
Take a boat tour along the west side's Na Pali Coast to see the steep sea cliffs and deep valleys separated by razorback ridges and cathedral peaks.
Visit Hanalei Bay on the north shore to go surfing or stand up paddle boarding, and nearby Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge to see the historic Kilauea Lighthouse as well as numerous native Hawaiian bird species and stunning vistas of the northern coastline.
On Lanai, just nine miles from Maui, visit Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock), look for dolphins in Hulopoe Bay, hike along the tree lined Munro Trail and through the unique landscapes of Keahiakawelo, known as the Garden of the Gods.