Hawaii's Big Island has spectacular contrasts...the mighty volcanoes Mauna Loa and Kilauea, lofty snow clad Mauna Kea, the Kau Desert, gorgeous waterfalls, the Puna Fern Forest, and the colorful orchids of Hilo. As you explore the island, you'll see jagged lava fields immersed with new vegetation, providing an amazing contrast of Hawaii's Big Island's diverse landscape. To see the lava flow glowing at night is an incredible experience you really shouldn't miss! Yet the molten lava is just one of Hawaii's Big Island's hot attractions -there are also cool shops in Kona, coffee plantation tours, excellent golf on the Kohala Coast, and the quaint town of Hilo.
Kauai is all about amazing natural beauty and adventure. From the soaring cliffs of the Napali Coast to the vast chasms of Waimea Canyon, Kauai enchants the senses like no other island. Plunging ravines. Cascading waterfalls. Unforgettable cliffs, canyons, beaches, and bays. The Island of Discovery begs to be discovered. Hiking and kayaking are popular activities in Kauai. This is not your traditional beach destination.
Lanai is a quiet, gentle oasis that offers dramatic beauty and plenty of water and beach-related activities. Among them, snorkeling and swimming in the marine preserve at Hulopoe Bay, beachcombing and whale-watching along stretches of deserted sand, scuba diving in caves, and playing golf on courses with stunning ocean views can certainly satisfy all tastes for all ages (almost). Lanai completely removes you from the crowded modernity and celebrity of other islands and offers instead unparalleled beauty.
The Valley Isle offers visitors unforgettable experiences and perfect-tan beaches, such as world famous Kapalua Beach, a golden crescent with calm waters perfect for swimming and water sports. Other important beaches worth exploring include, yet are not limited to DT Fleming Beach Park - a quiet beach cove, Kaanapali Beach, a four-mile gold sand stretch of shore, Wailea, Maluaka, Waianapanapa State Park, Hamoa, and Hulopoe (great for swimming with daulphins).
Oahu's Wikiki put Hawaii on the map with its 5 million visitors annually, yet it harbors equally beautiful beaches, if you are willing to leave your hotel behind. For example, Waimea Bay has a dramatic beach with powerful waves in the winter and glassy water in the summer; Kailua is a local favorite for family fun on the weekends; Kahana Bay Beach Park is known for water sports and swimming; Malaekahana is a romantic, secluded beach; Sunset Beach is great for surfers; Lanikai is hidden and off the beaten tourist path beach; Pokai Bay harbors a powdered-sugar beach, off the beaten path.
Combinethree Islands and get seduced by the special vibe that can only be found here. Some of the most famous beaches in the world, soaring mountain peaks, lave-spewing volcanos, rugged red-rock canyons and towering waterfalls. Truly paradise on earth!
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