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recommended KailuaKailua is a laid back beach town on Oahu's eastern Windward side. It's got fabulous Kailua Beach, Lanikai Beach, lots of vacation rental homes, good hiking and great places to eat.Barbara Kossy
You can rent a house right near the beach and have plenty of time to play in the sand.
- Ko Olina Resort & Marina92-1480 Aliinui Drive Honolulu, Hawaii 96707recommended Ko Olina Resort & MarinaLocated close to the airport (15 miles away), Ko Olina has it all! Stand up Paddle-boarding, kayaking, snorkeling, golf, restaurants, hotels and More! Check us out at www.KoOlina.comKo Olina Resort
Ko Olina Resort is great for toddlers! Calm lagoons and restaurants within walking distance. Plus, Ko Olina’s newest addition is Aulani, a Disney Resort & Spa that sidesteps typical Disney fantasy and focuses on celebrating the reality of Hawaiian culture, history and traditions for families.
recommended MauiMaui was the first Hawaiian Island I ever visited, worked and ending up living on for a while. Even after all this time, it's still the best all-in-one island for travelers to visit, if you're the ... read morekind of person who wants to see and do a bit of everything. Go hiking around the cinder desert of Haleakala, snorkel in the eroded offshore crater of Molokini, take a winter whale-watching cruise to see humpback whales breech, drive the jungly Road to Hana (or even better, the rugged Kahekili Hwy or the road around Kaupo on Haleakala's back side) and watch the pro surfers and windsurfers near Hookipa Beach. Ambling along the oceanfront boardwalk at sunset in Lahaina, the now-touristy but still historic whaling port and royal Hawaiian compound town, just never gets old, no matter how many times I'm there. For a great day trip, take the catamaran over to neighboring Lanai island to snorkel at Manele Bay.Sara Benson
I've visited all the main Hawaiian Islands, and Maui would be my pick with a small child.