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About the Hawaiian Islands...
Hawaii consists of eight major islands plus 124 minor islands, reefs and shoals,
strung like a necklace across the Pacific for over 1,500 miles. The eight major
islands (which make up over 99% of the total land area) are Oahu,
(known as the Big Island), Kauai, Molokai,
Lanai, Kahoolawe (uninhabited) and Niihau (privately owned).
The largest of the Hawaiian Islands and the least populated per square mile,
The Big Island of Hawaii
offers warm, sunny beaches, cool green mountains, rainforests, rugged coast,
incredible scenery, vistas, waterfalls and wildlife. A visit to the Big Island
will fill you with wonder and awe as you experience this place of beauty, history,
The oldest of Hawaii's major islands, Kauai
is known as "the Garden Isle" - The Eden of Hawaii. Considered by
many to be the most beautiful of the Hawaiian Islands, because of its lush,
tropical rainforest, desolate moonscapes and more than 40 spectacular beaches.
Life on Kauai is unhurried from the Na Pali Coast to Waimea Canyon with plenty
of unforgettable beaches and stunning waterfalls in-between.
Maui is second largest of the Hawaiian Islands. The splendor of Maui lies in
the diversity of its land and people. Maui
was transformed by two volcanoes and consists of grasslands, tropical rain forest,
streams, waterfalls. Maui has black sand, white sand, & red sand beaches,
waterfalls and endless miles of hiking trails through jungles and along the
Oahu is Hawaii's most populated and most visited island. The world famous city
of Honolulu is best known for Waikiki Beach. Discover the spectacular natural
beauty of Oahu; Hawaii's birds, plants, waterfalls,
rainforests, volcanic craters and coral reefs.