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There is the trip to Hana and the Haleakala National Park which is a volcanic crater.
Many enjoy the trip to Pail which has a lot of shops and a few very nice restaurants - it is up in the hills.
Hanalei is gorgeous but the main problem is the housing is all cottages with no pools and lots of teens might want a pool. It's only a 10 minute drive into Hanalei and there are a few places to eat in P'ville.
Oahu and Maui are the two most visited so I would only pick one busy island and one less busy island.
Personally, I wouldn't want to stay on Maui for 10 days, but that's a personal preference, I like to "get around". You have the history of Pearl Harbor, the Iolani Palace (the last of the Hawaiian monarchy), the Bishop Museum where there are archaeological artifacts from early cultural and natural history.
Oahu has some of the most striking and beautiful landscapes of any island such as the Pail lookout, Diamond Head (which you can easily climb) and Hanauma Bay a stunning underwater reserve.
Oahu also is the most diverse and culturally different than other islands -- Such as the Bodhi Tree Meditation Center (Buddhist) and Chinatown in Waikiki.
Then you have the most iconic surfing locations in the world in the North Shore (Sunset, Pipeline, Waimea Bay to the cute beach/surf town of Haleiwa Beach.) I hope that by now you've made all your reservations, Tierom, but if you're still reading...
Located on the Big Island of Hawaii, Pacific Quest goes beyond traditional wilderness therapy programs, cultivating change by teaching sustainable life skills in a clinically innovative and nurturing environment.I disagree about Oahu unless you want to see Pearl Harbor and want more of a high-rise city feel vs a beach one.If you want to chill, go to the beach then I would skip Oahu.10 days is kind of an awkward time for two islands; it might give you enough time on each to see highlights, but it's usually not as efficient cost-wise because condos usually discount stays of a week or longer.So while lots of folks would agree with Suzette about Oahu, most first time visitors still want to see Waikiki, Pearl Harbor and maybe hike Diamond Head. Enormous thank you to all for all your suggestions!