Posted on 05/04/2022
Delta Vacations knows Hawaii!
Each of Hawaii's islands — Island of Hawaii, Kauai, Maui and Oahu — has its own distinct personality, adventures, activities, sights and amazing places to stay.
Maui is truly an enchanted paradise. A dormant volcano, endless tropical beaches, supreme golf options, fantastic shopping, and lush, vibrant rainforests make Maui a genuine jewel in the Pacific. The accommodations are just as varied as the landscapes. Choose from charming condominiums with all the comforts of home, to high-end luxurious resorts, with no service or amenity left out.
Island of Hawaii/Kona, Hawaii
Twice the size of all other Hawaiian islands combined, this island of adventure offers experiences found nowhere else on Earth. Stroll along striking black- and green-sand beaches; view the Kilauea volcano, one of the most active in the world; or play golf on courses that were once lava fields. Set on the island’s lava-lined western coast, the sunny Kona district is home to Kailua-Kona’s popular shops, restaurants and nightlife, as well as King Kalakaua’s historic summer house. Kona is a charming place to spend a relaxing afternoon shopping for Kona coffee, macadamia nuts and other local confections.
Secluded beaches, fragrant flowers, cascading waterfalls, and an unhurried pace make the Garden Island of Kauai a tropical paradise. Numerous geological surprises await you including Waimea Canyon, known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, and Mt. Waialeale, located within a tropical rain forest. There's also the rugged Na Pali Coast, which can only be viewed by helicopter or boat. Elsewhere on Kauai you'll find familiar views — Lumahai Beach, where parts of South Pacific were filmed, the mystical Hanalei Bay, breathtaking Bali Hai and the waterfalls used in the opening scenes of Jurassic Park.
For many travelers, their introduction to Hawaii and the start of a great vacation begins on Oahu. Spend time along Waikiki Beach, go deep-sea fishing, hunt for souvenirs in open-air markets and high-rise shopping centers and dine at a wide variety of excellent restaurants. Hotels on Oahu vary from classic beach resorts to condos and secluded hideaways.