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Finding Your Way in Hawaii

Ready for a scenic drive? In Hawaii, all roads lead to adventure, natural wonders and landscapes that look too beautiful to be real. Explore the island maps below to get a lay of the land before setting out on your journey. 

Island Maps & Info


Green taro fields, coastal cliffs and rugged canyons are among the magnificent sights on a drive across The Garden Isle.



Cruise to Oahu's famed North Shore or take a day trip to the lush Windward Coast—just two of the rich geographical regions of this most populous Hawaiian Island.



With one main two-lane road connecting this 38-mile-long by 10-mile-wide island, Molokai is easy to drive and exciting to explore (plus, you'll probably have most of it to yourself).



Notoriously rugged and windswept beyond the resort areas, tiny Lanai possesses only 30 miles of paved roads, but with a little adventurousness (and four-wheel drive), visitors will discover some of Hawaii's most unique landscapes.



Home to perhaps Hawaii's most famous roadway, the legendary Road to Hana, Maui is blessed with an amazing range of geographic zones, from sea-level beaches to the summit of Haleakala at 10,023 feet.


Island of Hawaii

The island is almost double the size of every other Hawaiian Island combined, with roads that take visitors through sleepy fishing villages, stunning sea cliffs and even lava fields.


Getting Around Safely

Hitting the road in Hawaii? Before you buckle in, make sure you know all the basics of driver safety to keep you, your passengers and fellow drivers protected.