The most populated of the islands by far, Oahu is the location of Hawaii's capital city, Honolulu.
Hawaii is not just the name of the state but also the name of the largest island in the archipelago, often referred to as the Big Island.
The second largest Hawaiian island geographically, Maui is famous for its stunning beaches, as well as for producing sugar and pineapples.
Lush scenery, picturesque waterfalls and striking canyons are the highlights on Kauai. It's the fourth largest Hawaiian island.
The island of Molokai is known for being protective of its unique culture and identity. A significant percentage of the population is Native Hawaiian
For years, most of the island of Lanai was a pineapple plantation. However, tourism is now emerging on the island.