Welcome to the land of breathtaking views, beaches and endless rainbows.
In Hawaii, your vacation can be whatever you want it to be. From relaxed to adventurous, scenic to downright rugged – there’s a special piece of this island state begging to say aloha to you.
The Island of Hawaii or Hawaii Island or commonly referred to as the Big Island is home to unique black sand beaches, amazing snorkelling and scuba diving and some of the world’s best deep-sea fishing. Here you’ll find cattle ranches and pineapple fields nestled amid mountainous volcanic terrain and crystal blue waters. Hike Hawaii Volcanoes National Park or visit the state’s largest petroglyph field of more than 23,000 rock carvings.
Although it’s a smaller island, Maui is an incredible destination that offers the best in relaxation and luxury. From couples massages to body treatments with volcanic ash and other natural ingredients, you’d likely run out of vacation time before you ran out of spa options in Maui. And then there’s the golf. You’ll find some of the best championship golf courses in the U.S. here.
Then there is Honolulu, located on the island of Oahu. Home to 75 per cent of the state’s population, Honolulu is the perfect place to learn more about Hawaiian culture. From its South Pacific-influenced cuisine to Polynesian music and hula, you’ll get to see everything that makes this island state tick. Head to a luau for a lighthearted party and dance the night away with locals and visitors alike. Then, top off your vacation with a surf lesson at the beach or a day boogie boarding with friends out on the waves.
Known as the Garden Isle, Kauai is the fourth largest of the Hawaiian Islands and home to a gorgeous, green canopy of trees and lush emerald mountains. Visitors come here for rugged adventures on mountain trails and romantic weddings on velvet sand beaches. Kauai is also a breeding ground for champion surfers. During your stay, you’ll likely encounter a range of locals, honeymooners, nature enthusiasts and even Hollywood film directors. After all, what could be better than near-perfect weather year-round, waterfalls you can bathe in and untouched rolling landscapes that stretch for as far as the eye can see?