More than any other island in the chain, Oahu represents the cultural link between modern America and traditional Hawaii.
While the highway into the capital city of Honolulu may look just like any other American thoroughfare, flanked by suburbs and humming with the non-stop flow of traffic, there is something different about the land on which it sits. The island's towering emerald-colored mountains, the pockets of air redolent with the scent of plumeria, and the bold waves crashing against the golden coastline give visitors a sense that these contemporary structures were superimposed upon a far more timeless backdrop. > Learn more about
Whether you are watching the sun come up over the ocean from the top of Haleakala crater, snorkeling amongst thousands of tropical fish in the submerged crater of Molokini, standing under a cold waterfall at Seven Sacred Pools, walking through the quiet town of Hana, or simply relaxing on one of many sun-kissed beaches, it is impossible not to be taken by Maui's matchless Hawaiian charm. > Learn more about
The Big Island of Hawai'i
The most recent island in the Hawaiian chain to come bubbling out of the sea, the Big Island is still very young in geological terms.
In fact, as Kilauea, the world's most active volcano, continues to spew molten lava from deep within the earth's center, this largest of the Hawaiian islands continues to acquire even more land mass. Because the area is so spread out, visitors to the Big Island rarely feel crowded. > Learn more about The
There is something enchanting about Kauai's wild terrain. "Jurassic Park," "King Kong," "Raiders of the Lost Arc," "Blue Hawaii," and "South Pacific" were all filmed here. Kauai is Hawaii's verdant, untamed hinterland, whose richly variegated landscape resembles no other place on earth. Only recently has the 20th century arrived here. Still, much of Kauai remains as it has been for thousands of years--its trademark billowing waterfalls, tranquil streams, and precipitous canyons lure rugged travelers who wish to leave everything but the island's captivating beauty behind. > Learn more
There are two resort hotels on Lānaʻi, both managed by Four Seasons Hotels and home to a golf course: Mānele Bay and the Lodge at Kōʻele. The latter is unusual for a resort in Hawaiʻi in that it is located inland rather than near the beach. > Learn more about Lana'i
On Moloka'i you can do as much as you want...or nothing at all.
Come and share the beauty and abundance of this natural island paradise, where life moves at the slower, more gracious pace of another age.
The moment you step off the plane and take your first breath of pure, fresh Moloka'i air, you'll know you have discovered a special place. The cares and stress of the everyday world will begin to slip away. > Learn more about Moloka'i