Whether you’d rather be taking in the vibrant or quieter beaches of Oahu, exploring the ‘Valley Isle’ of Maui and watching whales migrate, discovering Hawaii’s oldest island, Kauai, and its breathtaking coastline or visiting Hawaii’s only active volcano on Big Island – you’ll uncover one of the most beautiful and unspoilt parts of the world.
Map of Hawaii islands
Follow the Na Pali Coast State Park of Kauai for a striking and untouched coastal landscape, explore the area on foot, by boat or by helicopter.
The other Grand Canyon
The oldest of Hawaii’s islands, Kauai has been shaped by years of erosion, including the Wairnea Canyon State Park.
Head to Oahu’s harbour-dotted north shore for a quieter pace of life and one of the best spots to observe some of the world’s best surfers take on the waves.
Vibrant Waikiki on Oahu is world-famous for its fantastic beach lapped by warm waters, and here you’ll also find endless shops, eateries and exciting nightlife.
Visit Oahu’s Pearl Harbour to gain an understanding of what happened during the 1941 World War II Attack.
Discover the 30,000 –acre Haleakala National Park, home to Maui’s highest peak and drive to the summit for a spectacular sunrise.
Spot humpback whales that migrate to Maui in vast numbers from late December to early May, basking in the island’s tropical waters.
Explore Maui’s lush tropical and volcanic landscapes by car, stopping along the way at a dramatic array of black and white sand beaches.
Big Island is home to Volcanoes National Park, home of Hawaii’s only active volcano, surrounded by landscapes reminiscent of the moon.
The waters off Big Island’s Kealakekua and Honaunau Bays provide some of the state’s best dive and snorkelling sites
Head into the verdant and mountainous interiors and coasts to see these natural wonders on Big Island.
Hawaii’s Big Island is one of the best locations in the world to enjoy a spot of star gazing from Mauna Kea Observatories.