You might choose an island tour: Oahu, Maui, Kauai or the Big Island. You might also choose a specific destination like Pearl Harbor, volcanoes, circle island or inner island, eco tour or a Polynesian tour. This list is endless.
Really anytime is a great time to visit Hawaii, however November through May offers great weather conditions (with April, May, October and November being the shining stars). Hawaii is a very popular Christmas and New Years destination as well.
Another excellent reason to choose Hawaii is the extras like: bike tours, deep sea fishing, helicopter tours, luaus, hiking, dolphin and shark encounters, scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, whale watching, zip lining and more. The breath taking scenery waterfalls, jungles and beaches is unmatched.
Amazing variety from macadamia nut farms, to armed services, art, culture, history, religion to natural wonders, parks, beaches and landmarks. Hawaii keeps folks returning for many glorious reasons.
The Hawaiian Island paradise with a sophisticated touch. Oahu is almost too good to be true. One part tropical paradise, another part sophisticated, world-class destination. Discover Honolulu, Hawaii’s friendly and exciting state capital. Also discover gorgeous white sand beaches; an ancient Hawaiian culture; championship golf courses; world-class restaurants, entertainment and shopping; and the most celebrated of all resort destinations – Waikiki.
The magic of Maui will enchant you. Maui no ka oi – Maui is the best. It’s true. Each year, travelers rate The Magic Isle among the best islands in the world. Renowned for its diverse microclimates – rainforests, deserts, snowy peaks and sun-kissed tropical beaches, Maui offers a plethora of activities for everyone. Bundle up for the chilly 10,000 foot climb up Haleakala to catch the magical sunrise, then go snorkeling amid teeming tropical reefs the same day. All within easy driving distance from your Maui resort.
Prepare to fall in love with Kauai every time you visit. Hawaii’s Isle of Discovery will captivate you. Her natural wonders never end, and never stop seducing all who visit. This is Hawaii at its best. Majestic mountains washed by tumbling waterfalls; dramatic cliffs descending into the blue ocean water; lush rainforests, gaping canyons, white sandy beaches and stunningly beautiful golf courses. And all around you, a gracious and dynamic Hawaiian culture many centuries old. It's no wonder why Travel + Leisure Magazine voted Kauai as the #1 island in Hawaii and #2 in the world for its 2010 World's Best Awards.
Hawaii's Big Island
Big, bold and beautiful. Hawaii’s Big Island is exactly that. It’s more than twice the size of all the other Hawaiian Islands put together – with eleven different climate zones, 266 miles of coastline, exotic black-sand beaches, sprawling cattle ranches, luxury resorts and amazing views. There’s a panoramic view on the road from Hawi to Waimea Town that will redefine your definition of breathless! South of Hilo enter Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, and bear witness to Pele, Hawaii’s goddess of the world’s most active volcano. All this, yet we’ve barely begun to describe the big adventure that awaits.