How to island jump in Hawaii?


A heart-warming sound of “Aloha!” is likely to be the first word Luxe Travel Insiders hear off the plane to Hawaii. More than “Hi” and “Goodbye”, it is a word that entails the meaning of “love” , “acceptance” and “welcome”. Regardless of one’s ethnic heritage, the aloha spirit is a way of life in this merry island – to promote love and harmony.

There are 6 major islands to explore: Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and Hawaii Island. Luxe Travel Insiders'll find that each island has its own distinct personality and offers unique adventurous experience such as the venture to live volcanoes or swimming with Manta ray or giant turtle.


O'ahu is known as “the gathering place” in Hawaii. It miraculously accommodates two-third of Hawaii’s population and establishes a metropolis Honolulu, while preserving the stunning Waikiki, Ko Olina and Turtle Bay in well condition. Enjoy the urban convenience and immerse in the leisurely island lifestyle.

Highlights: Pearl Harbour, Downtown Honolulu, Ala Moana Center, Magic of Polynesia Show


The Valley Isle offers stunning contrasts between cascading waterfalls and alpine peaks, and boho towns and award-winning resorts. Top the rank of the best islands in the world consistently, Maui is celebrated for its natural beauty, ideal climate, outdoor activities, dining shopping and relaxed luxe lifestyle.

Highlights: Haleakala National Park, hampback whale watching, golf, snorkelling

Hawaii Island

Also known as The Big Island, it is "big" in every way. It is twice the size of all the other major islands combined. Kilauea, its active volcano and the most active in the world, is adding the island's landmass every day - a steaming wonder that attracts people from all over the world. Within its 226 miles of coastline Luxe Travel Insiders can visit rain forests, sometimes snow-capped mountains, tropical waterfalls and beaches of many colours.

Highlights: Hawai'i volcanoes national park, Hawaii Loa Luau Show , golf


Lanai is an island with two faces. One is the high-end side where luxurious resorts indulge visitors in world-class amenities and championship-level golf at the Manele Golf Course. The other one is is found bouncing along the island’s rugged back-roads in a 4-wheel drive exploring off-the-beaten-path treasures such as Keahiakawelo (Garden of the Gods) and Polihua Beach.

Highlights: 4-wheel drive, luxury resort stay, acrobatic spinner dolphins watching, golf


The lifestyle in Kaua'I is one of its kind - lush, rural and laid-back. The island chain's first-born, Kaua'i boasts exuberant tropical forests, cascading waterfalls, white-sand beaches and many more. The spectacular natural wonders of the island are best viewed from a helicopter, as the Napali Coast, Wailua Falls, Waimea Canyon and the golden beaches on the west side will impress Luxe Travel Insiders to a wow.

Highlights: beaches, Po'ipu, spouting horn


Unspoiled country and untouched beaches. No skyscrapers or stoplights. The chance to truly live as the locals do.

Highlights: Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Papohaku Beach


Four Seasons Resort Maui At Wailea   - United States, Hawaii

Four Seasons Resort Maui At Wailea - United States, Hawaii

The Modern Honolulu - United States, Hawaii

The Modern Honolulu - United States, Hawaii

Four Seasons Resort Lana'i - United States, Hawaii

Four Seasons Resort Lana'i - United States, Hawaii

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