Posted by: Five Star Travel & Cruises | August 31, 2010

The Islands of Hawaii

OAHU –  A vibrant center of international commerce, home to Waikiki, known for its fabulous climate, multi-cultural lifestyles and beautiful beaches. And there’s much more to Oahu – the vistas from Diamond Head, the military history of Pearl Harbor, the surfing paradise of the North Shore, the beaches and waterfalls throughout the island. Oahu is known  as the “Gathering Place” and is a perfect place to experience the diversity of Hawaii.

MAUI – Named “Best Island in the World” time and time again, Maui has it all – every land, sea and air activity you can imagine. From heavenly Hana to picturesque Lahaina, from Haleakala Crater, “the house of the Sun” to the marine preserve at Molokini, Maui is a magical island, the “Valley Isle.” And every winter, thousands of humpback whales come home to the crystal waters of Maui for breeding. In Hawaii they say “Maui no ka oi,” which means, “Maui is the best.”

LANAI – Once covered in pineapple plantations, Lanai today is a perfect getaway, the ultimate island seclusion. Discover cultural treasures, enjoy charm of Lanai’s town square, or relax at the world-class resorts on the island. Or enjoy the excitement of the outdoors, with horseback riding, sporting clays, hiking, and miles of uncrowded beach. Lanai’s rustic beauty will entice you to return-again and again.

HAWAII – The Big Island, twice the size of all the other islands combined, is the newest island in the volcanic chain, and still growing, with the world’s most active volcano. Home to world-class sporting and fishing events, the Big Island has room for every kind of activity. The island is home to a wide variety of climatic zones, from lava fields to lush valleys: and has many state historical sites and sanctuaries. For travelers wanting to experience Hawaii’s rich history and unique natural resources, the Big Island has it all.

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