Visiting Hawaii


There’s no place on earth quite like the Hawaiian Islands. Six unique islands. Six unique experiences. From crystal blue waters to black sand beaches, Hawaii’s iconic destinations are enough to fill any bucket list. But if you look around, you’ll find there’s even more to Hawaii than what you’ve heard about.

Where should you start? Maybe you’d like to unwind on Kauai, known for its lush, natural beauty and the breathtaking cliffs of the Napali Coast. Perhaps the energy of Oahu is more your speed, home to world-famous destinations like Waikiki, the North Shore and Pearl Harbor. Maui mixes heavenly beaches and resorts with small town charm and discoveries. To get away from it all, secluded and luxurious Lanai contrasts with the rustic and authentic simplicity of Molokai. Finally, if you like road trips, then Hawaii Island’s are unique, from black sand beaches near Punaluu to the snow-capped slopes of Maunakea.

So take a moment. Wander from the suggested route. Stumble upon a secluded spot. Discover the food that the locals love. Experience a culture and meet the people who live the welcoming aloha spirit. There’s so much more to your Hawaii vacation than you thought. And you won’t need a roadmap to find your most memorable moments.


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Hawaii is world-renowned for its beautiful beaches. The islands have every type of beach imaginable: white, black, green and red sand beaches; romantic bays and beach parks for the family; popular shorelines for people watching and off-the-beaten-path sands untouched by development. Discover some of Hawaii’s world-famous beaches below.

The beaches are:

Poipu Beach Park (Kauai): Popular with visitors and Hawaiian monk seals, this South Shore beach was once named America’s Best Beach.

Waikiki Beach (Oahu): One of the most popular beaches in the world, this historic gathering place is also one of the best spots in Hawaii to take a surfing lesson.

Kaanapali Beach (Maui): West Maui’s “signature” beach offers three miles of white sand and was named “America’s Best Beach” in 2003.

Papohaku Beach Park (Molokai):At three miles long and one mile wide, this is one of Hawaii’s largest white sand beaches.

Hulopoe Beach Park (Lanai): Located in Hulopoe Bay and fronting the Four Seasons Resort Lanai at Manele Bay, this sweeping white sand shoreline was once named America’s Best Beach.

Kahaluu Beach Park (island of Hawaii): One of the best snorkeling spots on island of Hawaii, this is also a great place to take a surfing lesson.