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Hawaii, Kauai

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Known as the "Garden Isle", Kaui is the oldest and fourth largest island in the Hawaiian chain. Not only does it offer a lush and tropical setting, it also offers a total of 40 beaches, the greatest number per mile of all the Hawaiian Islands.

Kauai is a world unto itself. Venture in one direction to the sun-washed beaches of Poipu, or in the other to Hanalie on the fabled North Shore. Home to the Grand Canyon of Pacific, revel in the grandeur of the Waimea Canyon where there is more than a view, it's an experience! You'll be delighted by the symphony of sounds created by the fountains, waterfall and water gushing from fresh, cool springs. Kauai is a breath-taking tribute to nature. Picture perfect, Kauai has also taken on the supporting role in various famous Hollywood films, from "South Pacific" to "Jurassic Park".

Hawaii, Maui

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Maui is where enchanting scenery, gold sand beaches and some of the best resorts in the world come together. A tropical paradise, Maui continues to respectfully maintain many points of scenic beauty and stunning native flora and fauna. Children will love frolicking in the warm water and building sandcastles nearby while parents will enjoy the old whaling town of Lahaina, now vibrant with shops, seafood restaurants and local flavour. There are many other adventures like hiking up to Mt. Haleakala, snorkelling in the crystal waters of Molokini Crater or drive to Hana and marvel at the Seven Sacred Pools. Choose your pleasure in Maui.

Popular Excursions
Humpback Whale Watching:
A seafaring excursion from Lahaina Harbor you don't want to miss. From November to May, approximately 1,500 humpback whales make their way from the Arctic to Hawaii, so bring your camcorders and cameras to record these beloved and majestic creatures.
Haleakala National Park:
It's name translated means "House of the Sun", and may visitors travel to the mountain's summit in the predawn hours to witness how the light plays across the landscape of the crater at sunrise. The park's 380 acres serve as a habitat to raise birds and cultivate local plants.
Wailua Falls:
This area provided the setting for one of the scenes from the MGM classic Mutiny in the Bounty with Marlon Brando. The water flows from Haleakala to Kukiui Grove and drops hundreds of feet down to Wailua Gulch.
Golf! Golf! Golf!: Arnold Palmer, Francis Duane, Ben Crenshaw, Bill Coore, Robert Trent Jones Sr. and Arthur Jack Snyder all found Maui an ideal setting to design some of their best courses.

Hawaii, Oahu

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Oahu is the third largest isle in the Hawaiian chain of islands and its largest city, Honolulu is the state's capital. Although the sun, sand and surf made the Waikiki Beach area world famous, this playground in paradise now offers award-winning restaurants, world-class shopping and top entertainment.

There are many visitor activities and sightseeing excursions outside of Waikikias well. Mountain treks, hikes and drives down through picturesque valleys, up to the breathtaking peaks that hug the seashore all the way around the island, allowing for unparalleled photo opportunities.