4 of the Best Islands to Visit in Hawaii

February 26, 2015 Updated: February 26, 2015

If there ever was an Eden on Earth it would be Hawaii with her cluster of pristine islands offering the richest hues of blue, the cleanest waterfalls and the very best in luxury accommodations. From the verdant green cloak of Maui to the rolling waves and ancient charm of Oahu, hop on a private jet to uncover the secrets of the world’s finest islands. Breaking the shackles of commercial airliners you can breathe easy and admire the floral scents of these four Hawaiian islands to the tick of your own clock.

The Dreamy Beaches of Molokai

Those seeking a taste of old world Hawaii are sure to fall in love with the delicate shores of Molokai. The birthplace of Hula has remained true to its roots with sleepy fishermen casting their lines, remote settlements tucked away in the depths of the green rainforest and the spirit of Mana permeating the air. Molokai is the perfect escape from the glittering shores of her neighboring sisters but ideal for guests who want to hike through the natural bounty of Halawa Valley, try their hand at deep sea fishing and tour the coffee farms to sip something special under the shade of coconut trees.

The World’s Greatest Garden of Kauai

Rainbow plumeria blossom, Kauai via Shutterstock*
Rainbow plumeria blossom, Kauai via Shutterstock*

Let a helicopter whisk you away to see The Garden Island of Kauai with its sculpted lava and misty silver waterfalls. Stay at the St. Regis Princeville Resort with its soft sounds of ukulele drifting across the gardens. Children will love snorkeling the pristine waters and fall in love with the sight of coral gardens in full bloom. The whole family can take a catamaran tour along the Na Pali Coast and catch sight of majestic hump back whales crossing the ancient deep water valleys. If you are feeling sprightly you can hike the virginal trails to the crater of Mt Wai’ale’ale or trek across the rose hued canyons of Waimea. By nightfall, treat yourself to a sushi feast whilst watching the tropical sunset set fire to the evening sky.

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Copyright © 2015 by A Luxury Travel Blog. This article was written by Oscar Arce and originally published on aluxurytravelblog.com.

*Image of Murphys Beach Molokai via Shutterstock

*Image of rainbow plumeria blossom, Kauai via Shutterstock