Which Hawaiian Island Should I Visit?
The first question that anyone will ask when you mention a Hawaiian vacation is “which island are you going to?” This is very easy to answer, as you know where you are going, and by the time you have determined where you are going and which hotel you are staying at, and are starting to look at which activities are right for you.
But what if you are in the very early stages of planning, and are trying to answer the question of “which Hawaiian Island should I visit?” Seeking advice from fellow travelers and friends who have visited the islands is always a good idea, but why not to the source? As the largest purveyor of tours and activities in Hawaii, we have you covered, and can help you decide which island to visit.
One of the biggest benefits of visiting Oahu is there are plenty of places to stay, things to do, and adventures to find. This island is typically where first time visitors to Hawaii head and this is where most visitors go. The crowds are larger than all of the other islands, so watch out for that, but Oahu is a terrific place to visit. There is so much to do, and there is always something fun going on.
Visitors to Maui are usually return visitors to Hawaii, returning to the islands and looking to see a different island, or making a return to Maui. Travelers are known to fall head over heels in love with Maui and it's easy to understand why. The island is simply gorgeous, and features the relaxed Hawaiian life that is so appealing. When needed, the towns of Lahaina, Kahului, and Kihe provide the needed amenities, and visitors love the resorts of Ka’anapali. Maui is commonly voted as the best Hawaiian Island, and spending any time here is easy to see why.
Much like Maui, Kauai is the place where visitors go on a return to Hawaii. The island is very quiet, and crowds are small. In recent years, the popularity of visiting Kauai has increased, and many that visit begin to prefer Kauai to other islands. Kauai is a sleepy island, and offers a slower pace, that is much needed on a retreat from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. Adventure seekers flock to Kauai for the Na Pali Coast, and outdoor lovers spend their time exploring the island.
If you are looking for diversity, head to the Big Island. Colorful beaches, plenty to do, much to see, and a lot to explore are the biggest benefits of the island, and any place that allows you to see an active volcano is very appealing. Most visitors stay on the Kona coast, where there are plenty of places to stay and things to do, including most tours and activities, but the Kohala Coast has become a must for visitors.
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