Discover Hawaiʻi

Hawaiian hospitality is unmatched. The Aloha Spirit embraces guests as they land, feel the warm breezes and are greeted with a Lei symbolizing affection. Experience unique cultures without leaving the US or pulling out your passport. Hawaiʻi offers a safe, English-speaking destination with familiar creature comforts, including transacting with US Currency. Discover butter soft beaches, volcanic green, red, and black sand beaches, the worldʻs largest mountain, exotic wildlife, historic sites, countrysides, and the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean.

Each island offers its own experience, making each return visit special and unique.

Hawaiʻi Nei – Beloved Hawaiʻi

What better place to gather – whether it’s for business, or just for fun – than in a place filled with majestic mountains, the inviting waters of the Pacific, and of course the welcoming spirit of Aloha hospitality. The Hawaiian culture, unique to the Hawaiian islands, can be experienced through food, dance, music, and its people.

Photo: Courtesy of Eye of the Islands

Creation of Hawaiʻi

Hawaiʻi is a chain of volcanic islands in the north central Pacific. The islands were formed by lava pouring through an opening in the ocean floor. This lava formed mountains that eventually rose above the oceanʻs surface. There are about 130 islands in the Hawaiian chain. The seven largest inhabited islands are Hawaiʻi, Maui, Oʻahu, Kauaʻi, Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi, and Niʻihau.

Oʻahu – Mokoliʻi

This island has it all – shopping, nightlife, and award-winning entertainment, comingled with the laid-back nostalgia of country life (think; a drive down to the infamous north shore). Here you can soak in the world-famous waters of Waikīkī in the morning and experience a piece of history at Pearl Harbor’s USS Missouri in the afternoon.

Oʻahu is home to the world class resort areas of Waikīkī, Kahala, Ko Olina, and Turtle Bay.

Maui -ʻiao Valley

The island of Maui has some of the world’s most stunning natural sensations; a little piece of heaven on earth. From the celebrated shorefront of Lahaina Town and the majestic peaks of Haleakalā to the placid waters of Wailea — a natural sanctuary for acquatic life from fish to whales.

Maui is home to the world class resort areas of Wailea, Kāʻanapali and Kapalua.

Hawaiʻi Island – Mauna a Wākea

Hawaiʻi’s largest island provides the perfect canvas to explore some of the state’s untouched natural marvels. Whether you’re looking for relaxation or adventure you can find it on Hawaiʻi Island. This dynamic island is home to Kīlauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, as well as endless stretches of black sand beaches, verdant rainforests, and snow-kissed mountains. Hawaiʻi Island continues to grow with new land created daily from its active volcano.

Hawaiʻi island is home to the world class resort areas of Kona, Hualālai, Waikōloa, Mauna Lani, and Mauna Kea.

Kauaʻi – Kalo Patch

Kauaʻi blossoms with some of the most naturally beautiful landscapes of all Hawaiʻi. The Garden Isle will capture your senses with the fragrant scent of cool rainforests and salty beaches, to the dazzling sights of the endless shoreline of Hanalei and mesmerizing sunsets of Poʻipū Beach.

Kauaʻi is home to the world class resort areas of PoʻipūLīhuʻe, and Princeville.

Photo: Courtesy of Eye of the Islands

Lānaʻi – Cook Pines

Soak in the softer side of Hawaiʻi on the island of Lānaʻi. Away from the mainstream, this special place sets itself apart with a quiet and unassuming elegance. From the exquisite and unforgettable landscapes to the breathtaking beaches pulled straight from a postcard. It takes a special type of person to fall in love with Lānaʻi. If you’re that person, it’s a romance that will last a lifetime.

Lāna‘i is home to the world class resort areas of Mānele Bay and Kōʻele.

Molokaʻi & Niʻihau – Fish & Game

A trip to Molokaʻi is a trip back in time. This wilder, more unvarnished piece of Hawaiʻi is often left undiscovered by most visitors from it’s untouched shores to sentimental seascapes. Here you’ll breathe in the Hawaiian culture and swim in the Aloha Spirit.

Hawaiʻi’s only private island, Niʻihau is an untouched piece of landscape. This otherworldly place transports you back in time to a place without roads or restaurants. Just like Hawaiʻi used to be.

Photo: Courtesy of Eye of the Islands

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