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Wailua Falls, Kauaʻi

Places to visit in Hawaii

Wailua Falls, Kauaʻi
Hawaii’s six main islands have their own distinct character, and our specialists have explored each one in-depth. They can help you decide where to go in Hawaii, whether your interests lie in finding the best beaches or the real Hawaiian culture.

Oʻahu is home to Hawaii’s capital, Honolulu, and the most developed of the islands. Here, places to visit include Pearl Harbor and the surfing paradise of Waikīkī Beach. On the island of Hawaiʻi, you can split your time between the soft sand beaches along its western shore and the dynamic landscape of Volcanoes National Park in the east. Maui’s tropical rainforest slopes down to classic white and volcanic-black beaches where turtles come to nest, while you can take in Kauaʻi's evocative Nā Pali coastline by helicopter or boat. Then there are the smaller, quieter islands of Lānaʻi and Molokaʻi, where a more traditional way of life resumes.
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