Your Hawaii Vacation Guide!

Hawaii Vacation Guide!
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The Hawaii Islands

There are well over 100 Hawaii islands in all, but there are six main islands.

The six islands of Hawaii are, from oldest to youngest, Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, and Hawaii (The Big Island). The Big Island is called just that because it is almost twice the size of all the other islands put together.

Hawaii Island of Kauai

Kauai is the oldest and fourth largest Hawaii island. This island is also known as the "Garden Isle." The island is the "wettest spot on earth" as it gets approximately 460 inches of rainfall each year - that's over an inch per day! Learn more about Kauai...

Hawaii Island of Oahu

Oahu is home to over 125 beaches, including the world famous Waikiki beach and infamous Pearl Harbor. Also located on Oahu is the Honolulu International Airport, which is where you'd fly into from any place in the world. Learn more about Oahu...

Hawaii Island of Molokai

Known as "The Most Hawaiian Island" because approximately 40% of its 7,000 residents are of Hawaiian decent. Molokai takes you back... there is no building taller than a palm tree, so few automobiles that there are no streetlights, and no fast food restaurants. This is the least "touristy" of the main islands in Hawaii. Learn more about Molokai...

Hawaii Island of Lanai

Knows as "The Pineapple Island," Lanai is the smallest of the six main islands. It is about 141 square miles and home to around 3,000 people. Lanai is also home to the famous Garden of the Gods, and one of the largest and strangest assortments of volcanic rock anywhere in the world. Learn more about Lanai...

Hawaii Island of Maui

Known as the Valley Isle, Maui is the 2nd largest island in the Hawaiian chain at about 728 square miles. It's the home to endless beaches and also happens to be the breeding ground for the Humpback Whale during the winter months. Learn more about Maui...

Hawaii's Big Island

The Big Island is, as you might have guess, the biggest of all the Hawaii islands at about 4,038 square miles... which is about twice the size of all the other islands combined. It's also the yougest island. It's home to the most active volcano in the world, Kilauea, which has been spewing molten lava since January of 1983. Learn more about the Big Island...