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Aloha! The Hawaiian Islands are an absolute 'Mecca' for tours and activities. Their offerings of Hawaii activities and Hawaii tours provide more unique experiences than you will find at any other vacation destination in the world. With over 45 years of experience, we can offer more than 1500 of the best Hawaii activities and Hawaii tours: Maui over 600; Oahu over 400; Big Island over 300; and Kauai over 200. Like the islands themselves, none of these activities and tours are the same. We know the differences and want to share them with you to make choices based on your tastes, styles, passions and travel needs. The geography, weather patterns, and experiences on each island, and even on each part of the islands, are very different and can be a challenge to figure out.

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Hana Airport is one of our many Small Airports in Hawaii

Of the eight major islands in Hawaii, six of them have airports: Big Island, Oahu, Kauai, Maui, Molokai and Lanai. You are likely aware of the major airports on each island such as Honolulu International Airport, Lihue Airport, Kahului Airport and Kona International Airport but there are a number of much small commuter type airports that are interspersed among the islands.

There Is No Need To Be Concerned About Ocean Temperature Here In Hawaii!

Water temperature is a constant concern for people coming to visit Hawaii. This is one of the most asked questions we receive from Hawaii visitors prior to their arrival. Luckily we are fortunate here in Hawaii to have great water temperature the entire year long. Yes as you may have surmised the water temperature does go down in the winter..

When did horses first come to Kauai?

Horses became important in Hawaii, and in Kauai, as a result of the introduction of cattle to the islands. In 1793, Captain George Vancouver brought the first cattle to the Big Island. King Kamehameha was impressed with the introduction of these animals and placed a 'Kapu' (taboo) for 10 years on the slaughtering of any of them so they..