What Islands are in Hawaii?
Oahu is the main island and is home to
Waikiki, Honolulu and Diamond Head. When people
say they are flying to Hawaii, they usually are
referring to Honolulu International Airport.
Some of the local landmarks include the USS
Arizona Memorial and the Polynesian Cultural
Maui is the second most populated island.
There are three distinct vacation destinations
- Kaanapali (which includes Lahaina, Kahana,
Napili and Kapalua) on the West side of the
- Wailea (which also includes Makena) which
is on the south side of the island south of
- Kihei (which also includes Kamaole and
Maalaea) which is on the south side of the
island north of Wailea.
Kauai has three distinct vacation areas:
- Princeville (which includes Hanalei) has
great golf courses but receives over 400
inches of rain per year.
- Wailua/Kapaa (located near the main city
of Lihue) is the most central place on the
island to stay.
- Poipu (located about 30 minutes from
Lihue) is world known for the great Poipu
The Big Island of Hawaii
The Big Island of Hawaii has three distinct
- The Kona Coast (which includes
Kailua-Kona) was the first vacation
destination developed on the Big Island.
- The Kohala Coast (which includes Waikoloa
and Mauna Lani) is the newest vacation
destination on the Big Island.
- Hilo is an area that does not offer
vacation condominium accommodations.
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