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Visitor's Island Guides


Things to Do

We want your ride with us to be the highlight of your vacation, but we also want your Hawaiian experience to be so memorable that you return again and again. To that end, here is a visitor’s guide to some of the best dining and attractions on the three islands that we serve.

Kauai is a wondrous place, with far too many sights to ever see in a single vacation. With that in mind, we’ve compiled a visitor’s guide of a few of our favorite attractions. If you try any of the places on this list, you’re sure to have a Hawaiian adventure that you’ll be talking about for years to come.

There is truly something for everyone to enjoy on Oahu. With numerous sandy beaches and crystal clear water, moderate to intense hiking trails, museums, amusement parks, local and world-renowned designer shops, and superb dining options, your stay is guaranteed to be the right mix of fun and relaxation.

The Big Island is the youngest and largest of the Hawaiian Islands. Nowhere else in the world will you will find such diversity. The Big Island has it all, from molten magma flowing from Hawaii volcanoes to the snow covered heights of Mauna Kea (13796 feet/4205 meters), from lava deserts to the majestic rainforests.