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Maui

No other island has the range of activities and scenery available to you. Hike in pristine rain forests, snorkel in an extinct crater, coast a bicycle 10,000 feet down a volcano, walk along miles of beaches, frolic under a waterfall, dive into a natural freshwater pool, lie on a black or even red sand beach or sip a drink as the sun sets over nearby islands.

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Oahu

Oahu is home to the capitol of the Hawaiian Islands, Honolulu. Honolulu has more art, culture and entertainment than any other island city. It has an abundance of galleries, nightclubs, museums and a major zoo, Pearl Harbor, the Arizona Memorial, the Polynesian Cultural Center, and much more. The list just goes on and on.

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Kauai

There are plenty of places in the world featuring sun and sea but no other place offers the incomparable beauty, lushness and serenity as Kauai, the “garden isle”. Among the more popular activities are helicopter tours, ocean tours of Na Pali, golfing, hiking, scuba diving and kayaking.

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Hawaii – The Big Island

The Big Island has it all. Nowhere in the world will you find the diversity available here. Pristine rain forests, lava deserts, world class beaches, snow covered mountains, an active volcano, dazzling sunsets and just about every activity you can think of can be found on the big island of Hawaii.

Lanai

Lanai

With only 141 square miles, Lanai is the third smallest Hawaiian island. Golfers one can experience some of the best golf in the world at “The Experiene at Koele” or the “The Challenge at Manele”. For the thrill seekers, a 4-wheel drive through the unpaved back roads will exhilarate. All guests can explore “Shipwreck Beach” among others along the 47 miles of coastline.

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