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Hawaii Destination Travel Agent
Hawaii Destination Travel Agent

A trip to Hawaii should be the vacation of a lifetime. Gorgeous beaches, perfect weather, stunning other words, tropical perfection. Take all the worry out of planning by placing your trust in a Hawaiian vacation specialist, someone professionally trained in the sights and delights of all things Hawaii.

More than that, an expert in Hawaiian travel also manages all the frustrating details of travel. From beginning to end, your trip will be coordinated seamlessly for you, leaving you with only two jobs: pack and relax!

Which Island or Islands would you like to visit? Take a look at the brief descriptions of each Island below then contact me, a certified Hawaiian Travel Agent. Together we can put together the perfect vacation for you.

Island of Hawaii - Big Island:

  • featuring some of the most varied beach landscapes in the world. From white sand, to black sand beaches visitors can see first-hand how volcanic activity has shaped and influenced the beauty of Hawaii.
  • From beautiful resort beaches, to rugged, off-the-beaten-path sands that are wild, remote and rewarding — there is much to explore.
  • Marine life and perfect place to snorkel, scuba dive or go on a manta ray dive at night.
  • Kohola (whales) that visit every winter, as well as the sperm whales, pygmies and false killer whales that are here year-round.


  • Kauai is Hawaii's fourth largest island and is sometimes called the "Garden Island. It is green with lush flora that runs from the mountains to the ocean.
  • more than 50 miles of white-sand beaches – more beach per mile than any other island in Hawaii,   countless waterfalls, the 3,567-foot deep Waimea Canyon named “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific,”
  • 3,000-foot towering mountain cliffs overlooking the Napali Coast along the northwest shoreline.
  • oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain with emerald valleys, sharp mountain spires and jagged cliffs aged by time and the elements. o   Centuries of growth have formed tropical rainforests, forking rivers and cascading waterfalls
  • Some parts of Kauai are only accessible by sea or air, revealing amazing views.


  • Hawaii’s “Most Enticing Island” intriguing contrasts.
  • Hike the lunar landscape of Keahiakawelo (Garden of the Gods, picnic overlooking Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock), named for a maiden Pehe and her handsome warrior.
  • Not a single traffic light and only nine miles from Maui by ferry
  • Accommodations are more limited with two world-class resorts and a historic hotel
  • The weather on Lanai is pleasant and drier than other islands. Lanai City sits at nearly 1,700 feet, where the warmest months reach about 72º F, so bring a light jacket. Temperatures at Manele Bay and Hulopoe Bay are usually about 10º to 12º higher.
  • More than 89,000 acres of countryside, 400 miles of 4-wheel-drive trails (only 30 miles of the island’s roads are paved) and zero stoplights make “Hawaii's Most Enticing Island" the perfect place to go off the grid.
  • 18 miles of secluded beaches


  • The island of Maui is the second largest of the Hawaiian Islands with a population of just over 117,000. Maui has a thriving tourism industry and is one of the most popular islands to visit, featuring alluring attractions like the massive Haleakala volcano, the bustling whaler village of Lahaina, the magnificent humpback whales, the infamous stretch of road to Hana and its numerous family-friendly resorts and inviting white-sand beaches.
  • Maui is also the largest island within Maui County, which is comprised of three other islands.


  • Hawaii’s fifth largest island, “Hawaiian by Nature" and “The Friendly Isle” it is only 38 miles long and 10 miles across at its widest point to get off the beaten path
  • highest sea cliffs in the world and the longest continuous fringing reef. o   high percentage of its population being of Native Hawaiian ancestry who continue to preserve their rural lifestyle
  • led by a guide along the cliffs leading to Kalaupapa National Historical Park
  • Papohaku Beach, one of Hawaii’s largest white-sand beaches,
  • no traffic lights, harbor town of Kaunakakai, where fishermen haul in their daily catch and farmers showcase fresh-picked produce from neighboring fields.
  • Maunaloa said to be the birthplace of hula and the beauty of Halawa Valley.
  • descend 1,700 feet on a surefooted mule to the remote settlement of Kalaupapa


  • As the capital of Hawaii, Honolulu is a bustling city set along pristine beaches and beautiful tropical vegetation. It is located on the island of Oahu, and boasts a population of about 371,000. The name Honolulu comes from a blend of words from the native Hawaiian language: "hono" (meaning bay) and "lulu" (meaning sheltered).
  • The city is made up of a unique mix of both old and new, and visitors will be treated to modern businesses and trendy hipsters, as well as a good dose of ancient Hawaiian culture.
  • Downtown Honolulu is home to a great art scene, where you'll find a wide variety of art galleries, music clubs and the Honolulu Academy of Arts. There are also many restaurants and shops filling the streets of downtown as well as bustling nightlife.
  • Waikiki beach, where some of the legends of surfing got their start. Today, it is a popular gathering place for both locals and visitors who are looking to swim, dine, shop and simply have fun in the sun.