O'ahu, Kaua'i, Maui and Hawai'i make up the largest four islands in the Hawaiian Island chain. Each island offers a different slice of paradise and experience form the oldest, Kaua'i, known at the "Garden Island" for its lush triple canopy rainforests and record breaking rainfall. Mountain peaks receive more than 600 inches of rain a year creating spectacular water falls and deep canyons. To the youngest and largest island, Hawai'i, know as "The Big Island". From snow capped mountain peaks to green and black sand beaches and the most active volcano in the world, the youngest island continues to grow. Maui, known as the "Valley Island" as a result of the two distinct peaks that make up this island that forms its iconic namesake offers a mix of developed and undeveloped locations. On Maui you will find the famed road to Hana peppered with waterfalls and covered in rainforest to the desert peaks of the dormant volcano Haleakala. O'ahu, the most populated island is home to the famed Waikiki Beach and the North Shore. Every island offers something different. Many more islands make-up this vacation playground and are worth a visit. Aloha!
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