Oahu - “The Gathering Place” Home of Honolulu, Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head, North Shore Pipeline Waves, pineapple plantations, Manoa Falls, Polynesian Cultural Center, sunset dinner cruises, surfing with the firemen, hiking, snorkeling, shopping, museums, Japanese temple ( Byodo-In Temple), luaus, helicopter tours, golf, botanical gardens, theaters, zoo, aquarium, water park….the list goes on and on.
You can choose luxury hotels, such as the Halekulani and the Kahala Mandarin Oriental, or you can get good deals at the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel, Pacific Beach hotel. Maybe it is a condo you would prefer; like the Aston Waikiki Sunset with 1 or 2 bedroom units.
Maui - The “Valley Isle” This island is famed for its indescribable sunsets, fabulous beaches, lush rainforests and waterfalls, whale watching, golf, and Lahaina Town. You can bike down a volcano, take a one day cruise to the island of Lanai, helicopter flights, snorkeling at Molokini, sailing, Hana Sky Trek.
They have such spectacular resorts such as the Four Seasons Resort, The Ritz-Carlton, Grand Wailea Resort and Spa. They have moderate resorts and condo’s that will match your requests. It is a wonderful destination for families.
Kauai - The “Garden Isle” This island is the oldest of the major Hawaiian Islands. It is brimming with lush vegetation and tropical flowers. There are such sights as the Waimea Canyon, Wailua Falls, Fern Grotto, the Napali Coast. Snorkeling, golf, tennis, rafting, helicopter tours are all available here. It is a favorite choice for honeymooners and others who relish the quiet life.
Hotels and condos can be found on the east and south shores. They range from luxurious to moderate in price. How about a week at the Hyatt Regency Resort and Spa? It sits on 50 acres of ocean front property on the southern coast line. With six restaurants and six lounges, a water playground with waterfalls and a 150-foot waterslide, a 5-acre salt water lagoon, tennis, spa, and golf course near by, it is a fabulous place to unwind from the stress of the business world.
Hawaii- The Big Island It is the largest and youngest island in the chain and continues to grow bigger with the lava from an active volcano. It is home to a snow-covered mountain, black sandy beaches, vivid orchid fields, rain forests, petroglyph fields, Captain Cook monument, Hulihee Palace, Parker cattle ranch, deep-sea fishing, diving, hiking, Volcanoes National Park. It is the birthplace of King Kamehameha I.
As with all the other islands, Hawaii has a wide variety of accommodations to fit your needs. The Kona Village, (a resort where 3 meals a day can be
included.) is a wonderful place to vacation if you want the true flavor of the Pacific culture. This resort is set on 82 acres and features 125 individual hale (buildings) with spectacular views. There are no telephones or televisions to distract guests. With a swimming beach as well as two pools, tennis courts, luau on site, it is a “relax and unwind” kind of place.