A Little Bit About Each Hawaiian Island
One of the most endearing things about Hawaii is that each island has its own charm, character, and personality. Though the islands all originated from the same hot spot on the floor of the ocean, as the years have gone by, they have separated themselves from each other and created a unique experience for visitors to enjoy. There are common elements that run through the islands, but to truly appreciate Hawaii and each individual island, you will want to get to know them individually and experience what each has to offer.
The most visited of the Hawaiian Island, Oahu is also where a large majority of the residents of Hawaii live. Many of the most famous landmarks are found on Oahu and the island is the hub of activity for the islands. Annual surf competitions take place on the North Shore, which is one of the must visit parts of the island. Along Waikiki Beach are more than 100 hotels for visitors to choose from, and the island is the home of Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head, and a large number of things to do while visiting the island.
When it comes to choosing a favorite island, Maui is always at or near the top of the list. Not only is Maui where the most scenic drive in Hawaii found, the Road to Hana, the island is home to one of the most scenic views from the summit of Haleakala. The island also features some of the most incredible beaches that you will ever see, and many are just steps from hotels and resorts scattered around the island. There is something so special about Maui, and a visit here will surely change your life.
Kauai is the oldest Hawaiian Island, and also features some of the most popular natural sites to see. The Na Pali Coast is a scenic 14 mile stretch of the island that has remained untouched and its most amazing feature is the towering sea cliffs that rise as high as 400 feet above the ocean below, and includes countless hidden beaches and coves that are waiting to be explored. You will also find the breathtaking Waimea Canyon, Mt. Waialeale, and the largest freshwater river in Hawaii, the Wailua River, which invites visitors to venture down its twists and turns.
The Big Island might be one of the best kept secrets in Hawaii. Sure, it is no secret to travel to the island, but the fun that takes place on the youngest Hawaiian Island should not be missed. With the only active volcano in Hawaii, the Big Island offers visitors a chance to see what the creation of the islands actually looked like, and some of the activities of the Big Island, like diving with Manta Rays, can only be found here. Add in places like Mauna Kea, the highest point on Earth when measured from the mountains base beneath the sea, and countless historic sites that date back to ancient Hawaii, and you have an island that offers a great getaway.
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