Six Hawaiian Islands. Six unique experiences. From crystal blue waters to black sand beaches, Hawaii's iconic locations will fill any bucket list. But there's more to Hawaii than what you've heard about. Take a moment. Wander from the suggested route. Stumble upon food that locals love. Experience a culture full of welcoming
aloha. You won't need a roadmap to find your most memorable moments. Get inspired at #LetHawaiiHappen.
"Rejuvenating" is a word often used on Kauai, known for iconic spots like the soaring cliffs of the Napali Coast, the panoramic views of Waimea Canyon and the peaceful currents of the Wailua River. But even more breathtaking discoveries await along Kauai's one-lane highways. From hidden waterfalls to secluded beaches, the northernmost and greenest of the Hawaiian Islands is a place to take off your watch and turn off the GPS. So take a deep breath. Kick back, relax and unwind. Rediscover a special connection to nature on this beautiful island paradise.
Photo: Uluwehi Falls (Secret Falls), Kauai
This is where the action is. The lively center of the Hawaiian Islands. A vibrant gathering spot with a unique blend of relaxation and excitement. Oahu is famous for iconic Hawaii locations like Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbor and the surfing mecca of the North Shore, but there's so much more to explore. From festivals to events, discover the diverse cultures that make Hawaii so unique. Get a taste from the celebrity chefs who put Oahu on the culinary map. And make time to stumble upon the special spots you won't find in a guidebook. Veer from the itinerary and experience the buzz and energy of Oahu.
Photo: Waianae Coast, Oahu
Romance is always in the air on Maui. And why shouldn't it be? This is the best of both worlds, offering a unique blend of sophistication with a small town feel. Start your day atop the summit of Haleakala for an epic sunrise. Spend the day along the scenic, winding road to Hana or travel through the lush gardens and farms of Upcountry Maui. Or simply lounge pool-side at a luxurious resort, from Kapalua to Wailea. From friendly people to special places, there's plenty to discover between stops on Maui.
Photo: Upper Waikani Falls, Maui
Here, it's all about the simple things in life. Natural, unspoiled and rustic, Molokai remains true to its island roots. Where visitors can experience old-style Hawaii and feel the Hawaiian culture and
aloha spirit permeate from the central town of Kaunakakai to revered Halawa Valley and sacred Kalaupapa. Trek through Halawa Valley. Explore the glorious North Shore Pali Coast to see the tallest sea cliffs in the world. Go on a mule tour and experience some of the islands' most remarkable views. Or discover Papohaku Beach, one of Hawaii's largest white sand beaches.
Photo: Kalaupapa, Molokai
Embrace serenity on the island where not one single traffic light can be found. Where luxury and privacy are a way of life. As the smallest inhabited island, Lanai offers an escape from it all. Indulge in world-class amenities and championship golf, or spend the morning exploring local shops in Lanai City. Take the rustic Munro Trail by bike and discover stunning canyon views of Maunalei Gulch, or capture unforgettable sunsets at the iconic Puu Pehe, Sweetheart Rock. From land to sea, the unexpected awaits.
Photo: Hulopoe Bay, Lanai
Island of Hawaii
Take a road trip on the biggest of the Hawaiian Islands. This is a place of stark contrasts – from the crystal blue waters and white sands of the Kona Coast, to the rugged volcanic coastlines of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, to the lush botanical gardens and waterfalls of the Hamakua Coast. While the chance to witness an active volcano is a must for anyone, there's so much more to see on an island just made for exploration.
Photo: The Island of Hawaii