The pristine beaches on the North Shore of Hawaii’s Green Island are surrounded by mountains, valleys, rugged cliffs, rainforest
and waterfalls, creating the most picturesque destination of Hawaii. Visit Kilauea lighthouse for unparalleled panoramic views
of the Pacific shoreline.
The largest, yet youngest of the Hawaiian chain of islands, Big Island offers a vast contrast of scenery and experiences. At the southern tip of the island you will find the Volcano National Park, home to one of the world’s largest active volcanoes, and the southernmost point of the United States of America. The east offers an array of crystal clear waterfalls, rainforests and scenic Japanese gardens; North of the island is cowboy country with cattle ranches and green pastures, whilst the west is home to some of the largest beaches on the island.
Maui offers many essential experiences to name a few; The Road to Hana, known as one of the world’s most scenic drives with over fifty bridges and countless curves through rainforests and past flowing waterfalls and seascapes. Watching the sunrise at Haleakalà National Park from the top of the crater is a must for
photography lovers and romantics. December to April offers superb whale watching opportunities in the Au’au channel between Maui and Lana’i.
Waikiki is a vibrant gathering place for visitors from all over the globe, offering an array of nightlife, restaurants, surfing
and entertainment. Alongside the modern amenities of Waikiki is the National Historic Landmark of Pearl Harbour, location of the
end of World War II. A visit to Diamond Head is a great way to take in the views out over Honolulu and Waikiki.
Lana’i could be described as the Island that time forgot. Hawaii’s smallest inhabited island, with only 3000 residents, Lana’i remains untouched by the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Originally home to Hawaii’s largest pineapple plantation, Lana’i City is now home to a small handful of charming shops, cafés and a grassy park where you can relax and watch the Spinner Dolphins in