Aloha! Made up of six islands with warm temperatures almost year-round, Hawaii is a traveller’s paradise. Black sand beaches, surfing, traditional cultures, and technicolor coral reefs are only some of the things these islands have to offer.
Maui is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands. This dormant volcano, Haleakala, forms over 75% of the island. Maui boasts over 30 miles of beaches and many spectacular natural wonders and picturesque towns.
The city of Kailua-Kona, or simply Kona, stretches almost two thirds of the western side of Hawaii Island (the Big Island) and is located at the bottom of Hualalai Volcano. Kona has everything from coffee farms and world-famous beaches to historic Hawaiian landmarks and a plethora of outdoor activities.
Located on the southern shore of Oahu Island and capital of Hawaii, Honolulu has diverse options including the historic Chinatown, the Hawaii State Art Museum, rainforests, canyons, and beaches with coral reef.