Honolulu, Haleiwa, Waimanalo, ..
Oahu is by far the most populated island in the Hawaiian chain. More than 875,000 of the state’s 1.2 million residents live here. Honolulu is home to the state capitol, the financial district,...
Lahaina, Hana, Wailuku, ..
Maui, the Valley Isle, is the third most populated and second most visited island. Every year about two million visitors grace its shores. With 150 miles of coastline, Maui offers several miles of...
Hilo, Kailua Kona, Waikoloa, ..
Hawaii, commonly referred to as the Big Island, is appropriately named as it’s the biggest of the six major Hawaiian Islands and accounts for 63 percent of the state’s total landmass....
Koloa, Poipu, Hanalei, ..
Kauai is the northernmost, oldest, and first-populated island in the Hawaiian chain. Its age has made it a grand natural spectacle—over time, wind and rain have sculpted great cliffs and...
Kaunakakai, Hoolehua, Kalaupapa, ..
Molokai is the fifth-largest and the least developed of the main Hawaiian Islands. It’s nicknamed the “Friendly Isle,” and after one visit you’ll understand why. The...
Hawaii is a playground for young and old with activities, attractions, and historic sites galore. Everybody can find something to enjoy, and many activities are free, relatively cheap, or once-in-a-lifetime thrills that are worth the money. The ocean is the ideal playground. You can swim, snorkel, scuba, surf, fish, sail, canoe, kayak, sailboard, bodysurf, parasail, cruise, or stroll along the shore picking up shells and exploring tide pools. Several shops on every island rent water-sports equipment including surfboards, boogie boards, sailboards, and snorkeling and scuba gear. Additionally, many hotels, resorts, and condominiums offer rentals and lessons from the central activities... + full overview
Peak Travel Time
Hawaii's peak tourism season starts in the middle of December and runs up until either the end of March or mid-April.
Hawaii-Aleutian Standard Time or HAST