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Need Advice-Family trip to Hawaii

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We have a once-in-a-lifetime chance to be in Hawaii for four weeks next summer. We have four (pretty adventurous) daughters ages 12, 13, 14, 17. We've never been and don't know how best to divide our time.

We would love to spend at least one week in a rental home with great views, relaxing and staying put; I have found some great ones online. The other weeks we'd be like to have a combination of history and all the different kinds of nature Hawaii has to offer. What islands would you suggest? We will need to be smart with our money (another reason we like to rent homes; they often are more affordable for a family our size).

Any specific recommendations of activities and specific island would be wonderful! Thanks!

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