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Hawaii Regions

Hawaii is made up of six main islands, each with its own unique character and attractions. Here are short highlights of the different regions in Hawaii. Click through the photos to browse tours available in each region. Book a complimentary consultation for help choosing the right destination for you!



Known as the "Gathering Place," Oahu is the most populated island and home to the capital city of Honolulu. The island is famous for its stunning beaches, iconic landmarks like Diamond Head, and the historic Pearl Harbor.



Kauai is the oldest and greenest island. It is called the "Garden Isle" because it has beautiful waterfalls, beaches, and the dramatic Na Pali Coast.



Maui, sometimes known as the "Valley Isle." It is a very popular vacation spot due to its abundance of beautiful natural attractions and scenery, such as the Road to Hana, Haleakala National Park, and the charming town of Lahaina.

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Hawaii Island (Big Island)

The Big Island of Hawaii is the largest and most diversified of the Hawaiian Islands. Here is where you'll find Kilauea, one of the world's most active volcanoes, along with beautiful black sand beaches, cascading waterfalls, and the old town of Kailua-Kona.



Lanai, also known as "Pineapple Island," is a small, intimate island known for its high-end resorts and beautiful beaches.  It is also very popular when it comes to rough backcountry adventures, like hiking and mountain biking.



Molokai is a quieter island known as the "Friendly Isle." It has a long history and beautiful natural areas that haven't been touched by people, such as the Kalaupapa National Historical Park.

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