If spring is nature’s celebration of life, then Hawaii is earth’s greatest luau. There are few places on this planet that the four elements — air, fire, water, and earth — are on such spectacular display.
Spring is our annual reminder that the natural world always finds the perfect balance, and after the last year, you’re likely feeling ready to get back into your element. My recommendation? A well-deserved Hawaiian trip to make your aloha spirit soar.
Travel is for the young at heart, and below are four elemental reasons why you should consider a grown-up escape to Hawaii. This adventure is easier than you may think: simply get in touch with me. You deserve unparalleled travel experiences, and I look forward to helping you travel safely and exceptionally to your island of choice when you’re ready.
|THE ELEMENT OF AIR|
|CHARTER A HELICOPTER TO EXPERIENCE KAUAI FROM SUCH GREAT HEIGHTS|
|Hawaii exists for endless exploration, and when you climb aboard a chartered helicopter, your access is granted to go just about anywhere you desire. With spectacular coastlines and amazing green, black, and white sand beaches, stunning valleys, dramatic volcanoes, and so much more — you certainly have options.|
You won’t be disappointed seeing any island from a bird’s eye view, but Kauai by helicopter is not to be missed. Your jaw will drop at your first sight of the Garden Isle’s Nā Pali Coast and the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” at Waimea. Consider indulging in an exclusive remote landing to treat yourself to a gourmet picnic overlooking lush, tropical valleys and waterfalls.
|THE ELEMENT OF FIRE|
|DISCOVER HAWAII VOLCANOES NATIONAL PARK ON THE BIG ISLAND|
|It’s remarkable how climatically diverse The Big Island is — from snow-capped peaks to lush rainforests and staggering sea cliffs — and then there’s Kilauea, the world’s most active volcano. This is an island you have to see to believe. |
Hawaii has literally emerged from the ocean, and we have millions of years of volcanic activity to thank for its creation. A visit to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is practically a mandatory experience -— and with the current ongoing eruption of Kīlauea Volcano creating a growing lava lake, now is an exhilarating time to visit! One way to get up close (but not too close!) is on a guided hike. You can also experience a private boat tour where you’ll marvel as molten lava cascades into the ocean like a fiery waterfall.
|THE ELEMENT OF WATER|
|GO WITH THE EBB & FLOW ON MAUI|
|Like the tide gently enticing the waves back into the ocean, you won’t be able to resist the draw of Maui. With its cobalt blue waters and breathtaking beaches, Maui is picture-perfect, yet photos never seem to do it enough justice. |
Spend a leisurely day splitting your time between swimming in the resort’s infinity pool and dipping into the warm ocean waters. Snorkel or scuba dive with sea turtles and spinner dolphins amongst gorgeous reefs in the crystal clear waters of nearby Molokini. Spy humpback whales breaching the surface during their annual migration (November – May), or take in the heavenly island views on a ferry trip to Lanai.
Drive the winding and super scenic coastal Road to Hana. And don’t mind the occasional rain showers — in Maui, it’s safe to assume a vibrant rainbow will greet you around every breathtaking bend in the road.
|THE ELEMENT OF EARTH|
|GET GROUNDED ON LANAI|
|Mother Nature puts on quite a show on the secluded Hawaiian island of Lanai. With 90,000 acres of pristine beauty to explore, consider horseback riding along peaceful trails, off-roading to remote beaches, and marveling at the island’s otherworldly rock formations.|
A surprise to many, you’re more likely to find pine forests in Lanai than white sand beaches dotted with palm trees. Drier than its neighboring islands, Lanai’s landscapes are strikingly beautiful and rooted in mystery.