Visit O'ahu's Neighbor Islands
For the most part, O’ahu has usually been
Hawaii’s first stop when visiting the islands. This is due
to Honolulu International Airport being on the Island of O’ahu. However,
it’s a short hop from Honolulu International to any of the
other neighboring islands, and it’s not unusual for O’ahu to
be the jumping point by
Hawaiian Airlines or another carrier. Each of the other neighboring islands
maintains its own unique character and geographical
The Big Island, twice the size of all the other islands combined, is dominated
by an active volcano, which has been erupting continuously since 1983. The Big
Island continues to grow and has given shape to another submerged volcano off
at the northernmost tip of the major Hawaiian Islands, is a place where you can
do nothing or everything. It’s an island waiting to be discovered.
just a breath away from Maui, is as beautiful as it is diverse. Stunning
beaches, elegant hotels, challenging golf courses, and lush scenery rule the
is a world-class visitor destination where raw beauty has been combined with all
the right stuff to achieve the ultimate visitor experience.
known as the Hawaiian of the islands, is only 10 miles wide and 38 miles long, a
place where people go to escape the mundane and leave the crowds behind.
In addition to
direct service to outer islands from the Mainland, inter-island airlines provide
daily shuttle service between the islands. Some fixed wing companies offer
neighbor island tours and fly-drive packages are available.