GlobeQuest Travel Club encourages vacationers to explore some of the lesser known Hawaiian Islands, such as Lanai and Molokai, as well as finding something fun to do on Maui.
For those looking for a smaller crowd GlobeQuest Travel Club recommends the Hawaiian island of Lanai. It is quite a remote island that doesn’t even have a single traffic light. It’s a great place to avoid crowds, making it the perfect backdrop for a romantic getaway. The Keahiakawelo, Garden of the Gods, is almost otherworldly in its barren landscape and rock formations. A fun adventure could include swimming in Hulopoe Bay or four-wheeling through the pine trees along the Munro Trail.
Molokai, the very subject of Bushnell’s book, is another island highly recommend by GlobeQuest Travel Club. Almost half of the population here is native and the island has done a great job of preserving connections ot he past. The island has a great love for the outdoors. The main town of Kaunakakai is a bit sleepy but the amazing flora in Halawa Valley more than makes up for it.
The second largest island is the well-known island of Maui. Many believe Maui is home to the best beaches in the world. Lahaina is a great historic place to shop, eat, and whale watch. Haleakala National Park is home to Maui’s highest peaks and some gorgeous sunrises. Another great idea is to take a scenic drive to the small, charming town of Hana or visit the iconic Iao Needle in Iao Valley State Park. Maui has something to offer those who prefer big cities and those who like exploring the outdoors.
GlobeQuest Travel Club encourages vacationers to consider these islands, as well as Oahu, Kauai, and the Big Island, when making vacation plans.
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