Home to famed Waikiki.
Discover Oahu, where a cosmopolitan city thrives against a backdrop of natural beauty. Explore beyond the popular resort area of Waikiki to hike the volcanic crater at Diamond Head or venture to the North Shore to watch big-wave surfers. Most flights to Hawaii stop in Honolulu, making Oahu a great base to explore all the islands.Learn More
Explore Napali Coast.
Mostly covered by tropical rainforest, Kauai is the oldest of the main Hawaiian islands. With few roads and only two major highways, some of the island's regions can only be seen on foot. Be sure to drive along the Napali Coast, a 15-mile stretch of rugged coastline, and hike through Waimea Canyon, the Grand Canyon of the Pacific.Learn More
Discover the Big Island.
Hawaii's Big Island is one of contrasts. Lush rain forests and waterfalls, a product of 150+ inches of annual rain, adorn the Hilo side of the island. Rain rarely makes an appearance on the Kona side, leaving behind a sometimes Mars-like landscape and volcano-formed beaches.Learn More
Over 30 miles of beach.
Seemingly endless beaches await in the resort areas of Kaanapali, Kihei and Wailea, where visitors can snorkel just off the beach. To explore Maui beyond its beaches, set out to see the sunrise atop the highest peak, Haleakala Crater, or wind through the rain forest and sea cliffs along the Road to Hana.Learn More
Two secluded islands.
Romantic beaches and sea cliffs covered in rain forest dazzle those who venture to the unspoiled islands of Molokai and Lanai. Explore the islands' red-dirt parks by car or mule, or paddle out on a kayak for a different view. Arrive on island via ferry or air from Oahu and Maui.