Despite their geographical proximity, the Hawaiian islands are very different! Each one has its own particularities due to their very different topology.
On Kauai, we will find lush vegetation, an impressive and almost impenetrable natural landscape shaped by thousands of years of erosion as well as many wild sandy beaches. On Oahu, the hills will delight lovers of breathtaking hikes, its tragic past will attract History lovers and the atmosphere of the city and Waikiki Beach will enchant all those who prefer a young, trendy and dynamic atmosphere. In Maui, the lush jungle borders an arid coast overlooked by the Haleakala volcano, which offers magnificent hikes at an altitude of over 3000 meters, while the many sandy beaches will be perfect for those who enjoy sunbathing. Finally, The Big Island, the youngest of the islands, is still at the mercy of its active volcano, Kilauea, which continues to pour its lava into the ocean. It is also the island of contrasts, with its peaks over 4000 meters high, its wet jungle areas, its sandy beaches of all colors and its desert parts, without forgetting an excursion with the Manta rays.
You will have understood, you will not have time to get bored in Hawaii! And to help you prepare your trip, here is a series of articles that will give you lots of information about what to see and do on each major island in the Hawaiian islands.