Nickname: The Magic Isle.
Size: The Aloha State's second largest island is 48 miles long and
26 miles wide, and occupies a total land area of 729 square miles.
Principal City: Kahului.
Beaches: The island has about 120 miles of coast line, with 81
accessible beaches, 39 of which are public. Maui boasts gold,
white, black, green, garnet and pepper-and-salt colored sandy
Golf Courses: Maui has 16 golf courses, including its newest, the
18-hole Dunes at Mau Lani, a public course. Many of the island's
golf courses are championship courses that host prestigious
Major Resort Areas: The four principal resort communities are
Kaanapali, Wailea, Kapalua and Makena. Other resort areas include
Napili, Kihei, Hana, Honokowai and Maalaea.
Nickname: The Most Hawaiian Island.
Size: Hawaii's fifth largest island is 38 miles long and 10 miles
wide, occupying a land area of 260 square miles.
Principal City: Kaunakakai.
Beaches: Molokai has about 100 miles of shoreline, and 12 beaches,
including the state's largest white-sand beach, the three-mile-long
Golf Courses: There are two golf courses on Molokai, the 18-hole
Kaluakoi Golf Course and the nine-hole Ironwood Hills Golf
Major Resort Areas: Molokai's only major resort area, Kaluakoi,
stretches along the island's western shore.
Nickname: The Secluded Island.
Size: Hawaii's sixth largest island is 18 miles long and 13 miles
wide, and occupies a total land area of 141 square miles.
Principal City: Lanai City.
Beaches: The island has 47 miles of coastline and four beaches,
only one of which is accessible by paved road.
Golf Courses: Lanai boasts two 18-hole resort courses, the
Challenge at Manele and the Experience at Koele.
Major Resort Areas: Lanai's principal resort areas are Manele Bay,
situated on the island's southern coast, and Koele, in the
northeastern part of Lanai.