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We are really interested in seeing the active volcano at Big Island. How many days would we need to see this?

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    You can definitely squeeze in the Big Island. 2 days is enough if you're on a tight schedule. You can do a sunset hike out onto the lava beds to see the volcano, it take a few hours. Also try to find some steam caves and some of the natural springs. The Big Island is amazing!
    If you go on a Sunday there'll be some kind of crazy beach party going on!
    Make sure you rent a car, nothing is close to anything! over 4 years ago

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    Kauai is good for hiking, kayaking, etc. over 4 years ago

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    You can, but I say stay on one island. More time to relax and figure out just what you want to do. Try to squeeze in two and you'll be running around you're entire trip. Maui has enough to keep you busy for 11 days. over 4 years ago

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    11 days is a long time for Maui if you plan on seeing things and maximizing your time in Hawaii. Lots to see and do in Maui, but you could easily bop over to another island for 3-4 days. I love Kauai- aside from uninteresting Poipu, you can get away from the resorts and crowds all over th island. Koke'e state Park, Waimea Canyon, and the Nualolo trail are fabulous. The North Shore and Napali coast are beautiful places with trails and kayaking. over 4 years ago

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    A week on Maui is great and then spending the rest of your time on any of the other islands would be great. You might be asking yourself what's the best island and the answer is easy - it's whatever one your on. over 4 years ago

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    You can visit Lanai from Maui on a ferry. Rent a jeep there. over 4 years ago

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