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Hawaii is an iconic island holiday destination famous for its beautiful beaches, wonderful year round climate, world class shopping and unique Polynesian culture. Experience Hawaii’s ‘aloha spirit’ while enjoying the stunning scenery, volcanic mountains and tropical rainforest.

Located just above the equator in the North Pacific Ocean, Hawaii is a state of the United States. And a unique group of islands each with its own magic and with some of the world’s most popular holiday destinations including Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, amazing sunrises in Maui, view the stunning natural beauty of Kaua’i and watch the flowing molten lava from the Big Island’s active volcano. With such diversity, Hawaii is the perfect location for all types of holiday makers.

Hawaii’s Big Island

Nearly twice the size of all the other major islands combined and featuring diverse geography and climate this is definitely an island of adventure. Volcanoes, rainforests, snow capped mountain tops and black sand beaches. Hawaii’s Big Island has a bit of everything! There are some absolutely top-end luxury resorts and golf courses on the island, everything you need for a relaxing holiday! You can make your escape to the Big Island as relaxing or as adventurous as you want!


You’ll find the magic of Hawaii on Maui island. It’s the second largest island of Hawaii, but surprisingly the population isn’t as big as you might expect. Walk on the beautiful beaches, be inspired by the power of Haleakala National Park and watch the whales as they migrate each year to the warm waters surrounding the island. Visit Maui and you’re in for an unforgettable holiday! Maui is a popular destination for honeymooners and couples and features spa resorts and golf.


Kaua’i is known as the Garden Island and the island of Great Outdoors. Discover unspoiled landscape, charming towns, huge canyons, dreamlike beaches and steep cliffs. That’s what you’ll find on the island of Kauai. There’s a whole range of activities you can do here. Go for a walk, snorkel amidst beautiful fish and kayak along the Wailua River. Some parts of the island you can only reach by boat or plane, revealing some stunning images!


Home to world renowned Waikiki Beach in Honolulu (the capital), Pearl Harbor and the legendary North Shore. Oahu’s timeless beauty blends with the modern luxuries of today, swim in Waikiki one moment, then enjoy the dramatic mountain views of the Nuuanu Pali Lookout another. Watch the surfers at North Shore by day, then dance the night away in  the vibrant nightlife in Honolulu by night. Oahu has something for everyone and is the most touristy of all the Hawaiian Islands.


Welcome to Molokai, featuring serene seascapes, unspoiled coastlines and untamed wilderness. Travel back in time, to an island that stays true to its Hawaiian traditions. Here no building is taller than a coconut tree and certainly no traffic lights! Hawaii’s firth-largest island, only 38 miles long and 10 miles across at its widest point. Molokai is home to the highest sea cliffs in the world (3,600-3,900 feet) as well as the longest continuous fringing reef (28 miles). Explore on foot, by bike or 4-wheel drive, this island is more suitable for the outdoor adventurer.  Coming Soon…


Lanai is an untouched tranquility away from the crowds and hustle of everyday life. It’s a destination for romance, elegance, luxury and charm. Relax and rejuvenate in the peaceful seclusion that has earned Lanai the name “Hawaii’s Most Enticing Island.” Located only nine miles from Maui yet it feels like an entire world away. Here you can find luxurious resorts in world-class amenities and championship-level golf courses. Adventurers will enjoy the sights like the lunar landscapes of Keahiakawelo (Garden of the Gods) and the iconic Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock) which are distinctly unique to Lanai. Coming Soon…


Hawaii’s Big Island
To avoid confusion with the name of the entire state, the Island of Hawaii is often called the “Big Island,” and what an appropriate name it is. Nearly twice as big as all of the other Hawaiian Islands combined, its sheer size can be intimidating and it isn’t just big, it’s still growing. Hawaii’s Big Island is the youngest island in the Hawaiian chain and provides a vast canvas of environments to discover a variety of unrivaled natural wonders. It is the home of one of the world’s most active volcanoes, the tallest sea mountain in the world, and the most massive mountain in the world as well as the largest park in the state. You’ll find all but two of the world’s climatic zones within this island’s shores generating everything from lush rain forests to volcanic deserts, snow-capped mountaintops to beautiful black sand beaches. Whether you’re looking for a romantic getaway or a journey off the beaten path, you’ll discover it all on Hawaii’s Island of adventure.

From the soaring cliffs of the Napali Coast to the vast chasms of Waimea Canyon, Kauai embraces the senses like no other destination. Explore the island via land, sea or air, discover 50-miles of heavenly beaches from Poipu Beach to Hanalei Bay and experience settings you’ve only dreamed about. Being draped in emerald valleys, sharp mountain spires and jagged cliffs, aged by time and the elements, the oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain is sometimes called the “Garden Isle”. Centuries of growth have formed tropical rainforests, forking rivers and cascading waterfalls and some parts of Kauai are only accessible by sea or air, revealing views beyond your imagination. Beyond Kauai’s dramatic beauty, the island is home to a variety of outdoor activities. Kayak the Wailua River. Snorkel on Poipu Beach. Hike the trails of Kokee State Park or even go ziplining above Kauai’s lush valleys. It is the island’s laid-back atmosphere and rich culture found in its small towns and along its one-lane bridges that make it truly timeless. Make your escape to Kauai and discover its undeniable allure.

Oahu is the third largest Island in Hawaii and is home to the majority of Hawaii’s diverse population. It’s influenced by its reputation as a world-class travel destination, Oahu offers more of everything than the other Islands combined. Shopping, Surfing, dining and entertainment here far eclipse those of neighbor islands. And visitor traffic, drawn to the island by its enticing beaches, big winter waves, super-sized collection of scenic golf courses and signature attractions — Waikiki, Pearl Harbor, the Polynesian Cultural Center — continues to exceed any neighbor island. Swim in the warm waters of world-famous Waikiki one moment, then enjoy the dramatic mountain views of the Nuuanu Pali Lookout another. Watch the surfers on the legendary North Shore by day, dance the night away in vibrant nightlife spots around Honolulu and get a taste of local flavors in Kapahulu.

This romantic island is a true getaway, perfect to relax and rejuvenate in the peaceful seclusion that has earned Lanai the name, “Hawaii’s Most Enticing Island.” The smallest inhabited island in Hawaii offers big enticements to its visitors. From the stunning views atop the pine-lined Munro Trail to watching the acrobatic spinner dolphins from romantic Hulopoe Bay, this beautiful island is a special place where you’re sure to find serenity, adventure and intimacy. The historic Kaunolu Village offers some of the best-preserved ruins and petroglyph carvings from ancient Hawaii and two high-caliber golf courses make Lanai a mandatory stop for golfers. It isn’t for everybody and that’s exactly why so many fall in love with it.

Visit Molokai and travel back to a timeless place. Hawaii’s fifth-largest island is only 38 miles long and 10 miles across at its widest point and home to the highest sea cliffs in the world. Outdoor adventures ranging from sports fishing to a memorable mule ride or an unforgettable hike along the 1,700 foot cliffs leading to Kalaupapa National Historical Park. This island stays true to its Hawaiian traditions, tucked away from the hustle of the outside world. Experience for yourself why Molokai is “Hawaiian by Nature” and fall in love with this undiscovered island.

From its heavenly beaches to its scenic natural wonders, there are plenty of reasons why Maui has been voted “Best Island” by readers of Conde Nast Traveler for more than a dozen years. The second largest Hawaiian island has a smaller population than you’d expect, making Maui popular for travelers looking for sophisticated diversions and amenities in the small towns and airy resorts spread throughout the island. Discover your own reasons to love Maui as you explore the lovely beaches of Kaanapali. Feel the power of Haleakala National Park, visit the lava rock crescent-shaped Molokini or discover the arts and culture of Kahului. Stand above a sea of clouds high atop Haleakala and watch one of thousands 45-foot whales that migrate to Maui’s warm waters year after year breach off the coast of Lahaina. Lose count of the waterfalls along the road as you maneuver the hairpin turns of the Hana highway and see easily why Maui is called “The Magic Isle.”


Weather in Hawaii is very consistent, with only minor changes in temperature throughout the year. There are really only 2 seasons in Hawaii: Summer (called Kau in Hawaiian) from May to October and winter (Hooilo) from November to April. June to September being the warmest months of the year. However, during theses months refreshing trade-winds are common.

Average Temperature
Summer: 85F maximum (29°C), 73F minimum (23°C)
Winter: 78F maximum (25°C), 63F minimum (17°C)

Average Water Temperature
Summer: 81F maximum (27ºC) 77F minimum (25°C)
Winter: 75F maximum (24°C) 77F minimum (23ºC)

Cool/Dry Season
November – April

Wet/Humid Season
May – October

Wave action varies dramatically between island coasts and seasons. Summer waters are typically gentle on all beaches. During the winter on many north shore beaches, Pacific storms drive ocean swells towards the islands, creating Hawaii’s legendary big waves. Wave conditions are often very localized, so if the waves are too big on your beach, you can usually find calmer water at a more sheltered beach. Strong currents can make any beach unsafe at any time during the year, particularly in the winter

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