Oahu also referred to as the “The Gathering Place,” sure lives up to its name. The third largest Hawaiian island is home to the majority of Hawaii’s diverse population. This population is a fusion of both East and West cultures rooted in the traditions of Native Hawaiian individuals. Oahu is a good mesh of both the native and bustling city life to laidback surf towns.. You’ll find plenty of different options for exploring Oahu’s different areas, activities, accommodations and restaurants.
Kauai is the fourth largest island in Hawaii and often referred to as the “Garden Island”. The location is the northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain and is draped with emerald valley’s, sharp mountain spires, and jagged cliffs aged by time and it’s surrounding elements. You will find tropical rainforests, rivers, and cascading waterfalls! This lends itself to amazing outdoor activities such as kayak, snorkel, hike trails, or go ziplining.
Maui also referred to as the “The Valley Isle,” is the second largest Hawaiian island. Very well known for it’s world famous beaches, Iao Valley, migrating humpback whales (during), farm-to-table cuisine and the outstanding sunrise and sunset from Haleakala National Park. This amazing island has been voted best Island in the U.S for more that 20 years and creates a great location for a destination wedding or honeymoon.
Island of Hawaii
Island of Hawaii is the youngest and largest island in the Hawaiian chain. It’s nearly twice as big as all of the other Hawaiian Islands combined and referred to as the “Big Island”. You can travel through all but four of the world’s different climate zones here, ranging from Wet Tropical to Polar Tundra due to volcano Maunakea and Maunaloa. There are also geological features at Hawaii volcano Nation Park, snow-capped heights of Maunakea, lush valleys of the Hilo and Hanakua coasts to the eye catching black sands of Punaluu Beach.