Which Hawaiian Island To Go?
- Airport: Honolulu (
- big city feel
- Polynesia Center: http://www.polynesia.com/
- Haiku Stairs, Kaneohe, HI
- Nu‘uanu Pali, Honolulu, HI pali lookout
- Pu’u Ualakaa State Wayside
- Pali Lookout
- Airport: Kahului (
- the middle ground between the big city on Oahu and the country life of Kauai and the Big Island
- The Hana Highway
- Haleakala National Park
- "Valley Isle,"
- Haleakala to the east and the West Maui mountains to the west
- Airport: Kona (
KOA), Hilo (
- It's the size of all the other islands COMBINED!
- The Orchid Isle
- From barren grasslands to lush jungle, and from lava fields to snow-capped mountains
- The Volcano area is a great place for birdwatching
- Hiking to a recent lava flow or riding horseback in the gorgeous Waipio Valley.
- Kilauea Volcano, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Kilauea is still erupting
- Airport: Lihue (
- all things green,
- lots of rain
- "Garden Isle"
- the oldest of the major Hawaiian Islands
- the bulk of it can't be reached by car.
- beautiful coastal Kalalau trail on the NaPali coast
- hike inland to see Waialeale's "weeping wall,"
- Waimea Canyon, which Mark Twain called the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific."
- Lydgate Chocolate Farm
Hawaii’s Mauna Loa, world’s largest active volcano.
Mauna Loa is one of five volcanoes that together make up the Big Island of Hawaii, which is the southernmost island in the Hawaiian archipelago.
Mauna Loa, rising 13,679 feet above sea level, is the much larger neighbor to Kilauea volcano, which erupted in a residential neighborhood and destroyed 700 homes in 2018.