Where you can see Mother Nature in all her glory

Easily one of the most exotic destinations in the United States, the islands of Hawaii encompass an incredible blend of stunning mountains, volcanoes, lush jungles, tropical waterfalls and multicolored beaches. Situated west of California, the Pacific islands of Hawaii feel like a world away.

Hawaii is made up of eight islands — only six of which are populated and open to the public. Each island has attractions and personality uniquely its own. Kauai, nicknamed the Garden Isle for its lush setting, boasts the most beaches per kilometer of coast and Waimea Canyon, known as the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” Oahu has iconic beaches like Waikiki Beach, world-famous surfing on the North Shore, and great hikes like Diamond Head, as well as historic sites such as I’olani Palace and Pearl Harbor. Hawaii Island, also known as the Big Island, is home to the incredible Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and famous Kona coffee. Maui offers incredible views from Haleakala National Park and some of the best whale watching in the world. Molokai has the tallest sea cliffs in the world and Kalaupapa National Historical Park, one of the most remote settlements in Hawaii. Lanai has a unique geography, from dramatic views of Hulopoe Bay from Sweetheart Rock to the lunar-like topography of Garden of the Gods.