Here, you'll find it all. Bustling Honolulu, the state's capitol, and the famed resort area of Waikiki Beach draw visitors from around the world. There's almost unlimited water and beach activities, electric nightlife, golf, tennis, museums and historic sites, fine restaurants of every variety, shopping for the souvenir hunter to the serious collector, and visitor attractions of all descriptions.
Whichever explanation you prefer, magical Maui is known for its indescribable sunsets, water sports, multi-colored beaches, lush rainforests alive with waterfalls, quaint fishing villages, serpentine road to charming
Hana, rolling hills with sprawling ranches, world-class golf and tennis, Haleakala crater, and historic Lahaina Town, the former government and whaling capital of Hawaii. Maui is also known for its spectacular resorts, where guests receive the finest in services, accommodations, and deluxe amenities.
Unmatched in its diversity, Hawaii's Big Island features
cattle ranches, deep-sea fishing, diving, snow skiing, tours
of Volcanoes National Park, hiking, and four-wheeling. Golf is
a major draw, with a wealth of stunning courses dotting the
island, and Pleasant Holidays puts together outstanding golf
packages with island resorts.
The sheer beauty of Kauai has made it a favorite of
honeymooners and others who relish the quiet life. But even on
this unhurried island, there's plenty to do, such as
helicopter tours, golf, tennis, rafting and river cruises.
And, although the atmosphere is unhurried, the available diversions include biking, tennis, championship golf, four-wheel driving, big game fishing, snorkeling, hiking, diving and horseback riding. You'll even find a library reading room, fine restaurants, picnics, garden tea service, full spa facilities, lawn bowling, and croquet.
Molokai (1 Resort)
You can also explore a variety of sites on Molokai, including the historic settlement of Father Damien, the village of Kaunakakai, rustic seaside towns, secluded coves, and hidden valleys. On the island's spectacular northern coast, which can only be reached by helicopter or boat, you'll find isolated beaches and sheer cliffs with waterfalls plunging hundreds of feet into the ocean.