Hawaiian Vacation


  • No Passport Required: Enjoy an exotic vacation without applying for a passport or exchanging any currency
  • Hawaiian Culture: Embrace the Hawaiian culture with song and dance (think hula), food, art, beliefs, and mythology
  • Romantic Vacation: The tropical surroundings and stunning beaches make for the perfect romantic getaway or honeymoon
  • Family Friendly: Bring the whole family with adventure for all ages
  • Seaside Activities: Discover snorkeling, fishing charters, black volcanic sand beaches and surfing

The Islands

The state of Hawaii consists of a series of islands in the Pacific Ocean. The following six are the largest and most traveled of those islands. Each Hawaiian island holds something magical for those who visit.

Hawaii (The Big Island): A trip to Hawaii is not complete without visiting Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Maui: Discover the rugged coastline to Hana and travelers will quickly learn why Maui is “The Valley Isle”

Kauai: Known as “Hawaii’s Island of Discovery,” tour the cliffs, waterfalls or beaches

Oahu: Visit the historical landmark, Pearl Harbor or head to the North Shore to take surfing lessons on the most populated island in Hawaii, known as “The Gathering Place”

Molokai: Hawaiian culture thrives on this relatively untouched island and accommodations are scarce

Lanai: This island offers exclusively luxurious resorts but also offers a rugged space for those that love to 4X4 explore the back-roads

What to Do

  • Outdoor Activities: Hiking, snorkeling, zip-line tours, sailing excursions and helicopter tours of Napili coast
  • Heritage sites: Pearl Harbor and a multitude of National Parks
  • Beaches: Surf, swim or lay around thirty miles of black, white, red and even green (on Hawaii island) sand beaches
  • Volcano Viewing: To fully experience the shield volcanoes take a helicopter or boat ride from Hawaii to see the incredible steam clouds as the lava hits the sea
  • Coffee Plantations: Albeit small, tour the only commercial coffee plantation in the United States
  • Hawaiian Cuisine: Take advantage of the fresh fish, shave ice, fresh fruit or poke (marinated raw seafood served on a bed of rice)
  • Island Hop: To experience several islands, simply fly between islands for scenery changes and different size communities
  • River Floats/Kayak: Float down Kauai’s navigable rivers or rent kayaks to explore rivers such as popular Wailua River