National Geographic : 1981 Aug
Kauai. The Garden Isle. A dazzle of bougainvillea, poinsettia, jacaranda and plumeria. Captain Cook made his first Hawaiian landing at Waimea. Today it's a colorful plantation town. Nearby is majestic Waimea Canyon. Molokai. An island of tranquillity, from the emerald green cliffs guarding the northern shore to the camping f .- - t~sgr lss paradise of Wailau Valley. There are more native Hawaiians per capita on Molokai than anywhere else on earth. Maybe that's why it's called The Friendly Island. Maui. The tropical splendor of Hana, royal resort of Hawaiian kings. Sunrise over awesome Haleakala crater. Lahaina, once the whaling capital of the world, now restored to the look of its 19th century heyday. The famed beaches of Wailea and Kaanapali. They're just a few of the marvels of Maui. Hawaii. The great volcanic peaks, Mauna Loa and Mauna Kea, tower above this island ot orchids (over 22,000 varieties!) and black sand beaches. Offshore is deep-sea fishing famous the world over. No other airline knows the wonders of "The Other Hawaii" like United. This year, why not come to our little corner of the world. ly the friendly skies of United Call United or your Travel Agent.