Hawaii has four principal islands - Hawai'i (the Big Island), Maui, Oahu, and Kaua'i.
Kauai, the Garden Island, is the least developed and most uniformly tropical of the four. The northern shore is full of tropical beauty, and the heart of the island is the raniest place on earth, with 450 inches a year. In the south, you'll find drier, warmer weather.
Oahu is the reverse - the most developed of the four islands, where you'll find Oahu and the beach at Waikiki. But Oahu is not without its own natural beauty.
Maui is the resort isle - the Wailea coast is full of great shopping and beautiful Hawaiian resort hotels, while the road to Hana is a must-see for the amazing tropical coastline.
The Big Island is the least inhabited, very dry on the west side, but a tropical oasis in the North and the Puna District in the southeast. The Big Island of Hawaii also features the fantastic Volcanoes National Park.
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