The land of the Hula is America’s Pacific enclave, whose five main islands are an exotic haven, underpinned by the renowned hospitality of the Hawaiian people. Maui, Hawaii (known for convenience as the Big Island), Lana’i, Oahu and Kauai each have a distinct character, but all are known for their stunning Pacific coastlines and the rugged beauty created by their historic volcanic activity.
Visitors to Hawaii can expect to see cascading waterfalls, towering mounts and cavernous ravines, while the burgeoning reputation of golf on the islands is testament to developments like Turtle Bay and Kapalua, now a well established PGA Tour venue. Island golf is among the most spectacular in the world, and Hawaii’s volcanic rocky outcrops set a remarkable backdrop. Amid the exotic palms, Hawaii’s luxury resorts are unsurpassed, where first class service is off-set by the chilled out atmosphere of the islands, explaining why Hawaii is such a favourite for the long-haul golf holiday enthusiasts.