Hawaii offers a once-in-a-lifetime experience that cannot be duplicated anywhere else. With their mix of pristine beaches, breathtaking sunsets, vibrant culture and relative remoteness, the islands of Hawaii are unlike any other place on Earth.
Hawaii has eight islands that are open for tourists – each offering a unique experience as each island as a different vibe to it. O’ahu has the perfect balance of beaches, food, and history; Hawai’i, the Big Island, has the world’s most active volcano, icy waterfall pools, and oceans that serve home to Humpback whales; Maui is known for its pristine beaches; Moloka’i offers the most authentic Hawaii culture; and Kawai’i and Lana’I are the perfect location just to relax and fully immerse in a remote island life.
However, while it is best to visit more than one island, not all travelers have the time or desire to do so. If you are planning to visit Hawaii soon but cannot decide which island to go first, then check out the infographic below from Go Hawaii Tours.