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Hawaii - The Big Island
As the youngest within the chain, the island of Hawaii is the largest (hence, the more commonly known nickname, “Big Island”) and is still growing! Residents and visitors alike experience the humbling power of nature as the elevations and activity of the two massive volcanoes creates drastically different climate zones. From wet tropics to arid desert, you are sure to find adventure here!
Maui - The Valley Isle
One of the larger islands, second to the Big Island, Maui is where lush nature meets modern luxuries. Most known for the world-famous beaches, green valleys, and the unique farm-to-table cuisine, the Valley Isle is a popular destination for vacations as well as permanent residence. Even Pacific Humpback whales call the warm Hawaiian waters of Maui home for the winter months.
Kauai - The Garden Isle
With lush and untouched landscapes, Kauai is appropriately nicknamed “the Garden Isle” and certainly has aged with grace. As the oldest of the main islands, Kauai’s emerald green valleys reveal cascading waterfalls and tropical rainforests. With incomparable natural beauty, abundance of outdoor recreation, and a laid-back lifestyle, it is really no wonder why so many are attracted to settle here.