3. Maui, Hawaii
Maui is one of the largest and most impressive islands in Hawaii. On this island, you will find red, white and even black beaches, as well as stand under one of the spectacular waterfalls in the area and enjoy the refreshing water, watch the sunset from the top of an inactive volcano and watch whales swimming in the sea. Maui is the second largest island in Hawaii, but its population is relatively small, allowing you to enjoy the green landscapes and breath-taking and the many attractions all year round without too much hustle and bustle around you.
How do I get there? A direct flight can be taken to Maui from within the U.S. If you’re flying from anywhere else you’ll need a layover.