Hawaii a tropical vacation dream come true
Kaua’i is the oldest island and offers spectacular landscapes. Main attractions include the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge, where you can also visit the Kilauea Lighthouse, Koke’e State Park, and Wailua Falls near Lihu’e.
Beautiful Waimea Canyon is another must-see on this island. It offers many stunning lookouts, such as Waimea Canyon, Pu’u O Kila Lookout, and Kalalau Lookout, to just name a few.
Moloka’i is the least touristy of the islands, yet just as beautiful and enchanting. Visitors should take the Kamehameha V Highway to Halawa Valley, which is a beautiful coastal drive. It gives a glimpse into the old Hawaii, which is hard to find today. Along the way, you will see beautiful valleys, sandy beaches, waterfalls, and if the weather is on your side, you can even see the island of Maui in the distance.
Also worth a visit is Kalaupapa National Historical Park, which is separated from the rest of the island by the tallest sea cliffs in the world. This isolated peninsula was once used as a colony for people with Hansen’s disease and the park tells their story.