Whether you stay for a week on one island or travel between many on your vacation to the Hawaiian Islands, you’ll never run out of things to do or places to discover. From lush landscapes filled with waterfalls and volcanoes to traditional luaus serving savory authentic dishes, bring your family and friends to experience Polynesian culture in this exotic destination, passport-free.
Boasting distinct personalities, each island sweeps guests away with unique beauty:
Home of the state capital, Honolulu, and the infamous Waikiki Beach, Oahu also features historic places with important stories to tell like Pearl Harbor, Aloha Tower, Bishop Museum, and the Iolani Palace. Hike up to Diamond Head crater. Catch a big-wave surf competition on the North Shore. Discover the next trends in food and drink, prepared by up-and-coming chefs and mixologists, before they go global.
Maui offers a unique blend of luxurious sophistication and small-town simplicity. This enchanted paradise thrills visitors with jaw-dropping views, adventures galore, and beaches of every color. Drive the Road to Hana to explore a lava tube. Look out over a towering bluff and cheer on expert surfers riding huge waves. Watch the sunrise from atop Mount Haleakala, or snorkel or dive at Ahihi-Kinau Natural Area Reserve, where you’ll spot dolphins and sea turtles.
Island of Hawaii
Twice the size of all the other Hawaiian Islands combined, the island of Hawaii is an archipelago of lava-strewn deserts, snow-capped mountains, and dense rain forests. Visit Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, for an unforgettable spectacle. Memories of the crystal-blue waters of Kona and Kohala Coast, the black sands of Punalu’u, and the lush botanical gardens and waterfalls of the Hāmākua Heritage corridor will last a lifetime.
Secluded beaches, fragrant flowers, and an unhurried pace make up the garden island of Kauai. “Rejuvenating” perfectly describes this island’s immersive natural beauty, which includes the emerald Napali Coast, the expansive vistas of the Waimea Canyon, and the soothing Wailua River. Witness thousands of humpback whales migrating during the peak season, or head to Princeville for one of the greatest golf experiences on the planet.
As the smallest inhabited island, Lanai offers an escape from it all. Chill out on Lanai’s 18 miles of unspoiled beaches. Browse the must-see Garden of the Gods at Keahiakawelo — a glowing orange desert landscape speckled with giant boulders. Delve into the historic Paniolo cowboy culture, take in stunning canyon views of Maunalei Gulch, or capture unforgettable sunsets at the iconic Pu’u Pehe.
Make the Most of Your Vacation to the Hawaiian Islands
No visit to the Hawaiian Islands is complete without the perfect accommodations. Customize your travel plans by adding a classic beach resort, spacious oceanfront apartment, or a deluxe villa condominium to your getaway. Bundle and save on a flight, hotel, and optional car rental with Delta Vacations to amp up the excitement. Delta Vacations offers special savings on tours and excursions, wedding packages, honeymoon and romance amenities, luxury options, and much more — and you’ll have a dedicated team with you every step of the way.
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