The Hawaiian Islands. The very words conjure thoughts of hula
dancers, surfboards, luaus, sun, and sand. Come and enjoy the
best of what Polynesia has to offer!
Home to Waikiki Beach, spectacular hotels, a myriad of nightspots
and a wealth of shopping, Oahu has remained true to its heritage
as the cultural and economic center of the islands.
Once home to a commercial whaling port, Maui has gracefully blended
its past and present to create a destination rich in culture and
varied in possibilities. From the Iao Valley State Park and the
serene beauty of the Hana Coast, Maui has become a popular resort
Westenmost and oldest of the eight major Hawaiian Islands, Kauai
is by far the most tropical. Famous for it's landscapes, the island
abounds with lush foliage and magnificent seaside cliffs.
It is on the island of Hawaii that the first Polynesians
settled some 2,000 years ago. At more than twice the size
of all the other islands combined, the "Big Island" contains
11 of the 13 known climatic zones in the world. Here you
will find world-class golf courses, active lava flows, incredible
waterfalls, and magnificent resorts.
Once the largest pineapple plantation in the world, Lanai is
the perfect island for those who wish to experience a remote,
virtually undisturbed Hawaii. Although the pace is relaxed, the
activities are varied including golf, swimming and diving beaches,
and four wheel adventures.
Quiet and rural, Molokai is home to laid-back friendly people
and few tourists. You will experience untouched natural beauty
and a unique cultural heritage. View the tallest sea cliffs in
the world. Explore rainforests and ancient royal fishponds or
simply relax on Hawaii's largest white sand beach.