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The third largest but most populous of the Hawaiian Islands, Oahu – Hawaiian for “gathering place” – is home to the state capital of Honolulu plus Waikiki, Diamond Head State Monument, the Pearl Harbor Historic Sites, and miles of pristine beaches.
This makes Oahu ideal not only for those who love the shopping, dining and nightlife of a bustling metropolis, but also history buffs, visitors seeking a picturesque and serene island escape, and even adventurers (during the winter months, Oahu’s famed North Shore has some of the biggest waves on earth and draws surfers from all over the world).
And beyond the turquoise waters, tropical forests and razor-edged mountains, you'll discover a rich legacy and Oahu’s famously boundless Aloha Spirit.learn more about Oahu
Maui is a study in duality. While the island is Hawaii’s commercial and financial hub, it also has world-renowned vistas and beaches that have been repeatedly voted the best in the world by a variety of publications and travel surveys.
The island’s unique topography of hills and valleys lends itself to diverse climatic conditions, and people come to Maui from all over the world to whale watch since the endangered Humpbacks spend their winters in the sheltered ʻAuʻau Channel here.
With a combined shoreline spanning 120 miles, as well as a collection of activities, shopping, golf and scenic attractions, Maui is truly unlike anywhere else on earth.learn more about Maui
Hawaii, The Big Island
From chill to sizzle, you’ll find it all on Hawaii Island – where fiery red volcanoes coexist with lush green tropical rainforests and white sand beaches in a destination unlike any other.
Dubbed “the Big Island,” the name is fitting. It’s nearly twice the size of all the other Hawaiian Islands combined and boasts Mauna Loa, the world's largest active volcano, plus 1,660 species of flowering plants and 45 species of birds found nowhere else on Earth.
Explore the turquoise waters by boat, the rolling green hills by horseback or the mountain ranges by helicopter. With such a diversity of natural wonders and activities, an ideal climate, world-class accommodations and its famous Aloha Spirit, Hawaii Island really is the Jewel of the Pacific.learn more about Hawaii, The Big Island