Hawaii

Hawaii is an Idyllic Tropical Retreat

The stuff of postcards and screensavers, Hawaii’s breathtaking scenery makes the 50th state a top destination for vacationers from around the world. Hugely popular among vacationers from Japan, China, Korea, and the United States, the Hawaiian Islands host millions of visitors each year. The mild tropical climate encourages year-round tourism, with a peak season from late December through early April.

Though actually comprised of hundreds of islands formed by volcanic activity, the archipelago of Hawaii includes eight main islands: NiÊ»ihau, KauaÊ»i, OÊ»ahu, MolokaÊ»i, LānaÊ»i, KahoÊ»olawe, Maui, and the Island of HawaiÊ»i or "Big Island" as it is commonly called. The islands are diverse in scenery, attractions, and accommodations. First time visitors should take time to familiarize themselves with the unique experiences offered at each Hawaiian island.

A few of the distinctive reasons vacationers flock to Hawaii include:

Beaches: Hawaii features some of the most majestic beaches in the entire world! The beaches are equally as varied and exotic as the islands, with some featuring white sand, others black sand, and some that even have green and red sand.

Wildlife: The Aloha State is home to extraordinary plants and animals, some of which can’t be seen anywhere else in the United States. Turtles, tropical fish, manta rays, and even humpback whales can be spotted in Hawaii’s clear blue waters. On shore, visitors may encounter mongoose, seals, and some of the most beautiful vegetation found anywhere in the world.

History: An independent nation until 1898, Hawaii has a fascinating history that dates back thousands of years. Visitors are welcome to explore various historical sites and museums that range from ancient to recent. Pearl Harbor is a National Historic Landmark and the number one visitor destination on Oahu.

Culture: Hawaii is the only state with two official languages: English and Hawaiian. This is indicative of the medley of cultures and people that are so characteristic of the islands. The Polynesian heritage has been influenced by both Asian and American cultures. Visitors often delight in experiencing some of Hawaii’s traditional songs, performances, and feasts at the Polynesian Cultural Center in Oahu.

Water Sports: Hawaii is perhaps most renowned the birthplace of surfing and stand up paddle boarding, but there are plenty of water activities for any nautical adventurer. Snorkeling, fishing, kayaking, scuba diving, and jet skiing are also popular among tourists and locals alike.

Land Activities: It’s really no surprise that Hawaii has become such a popular destination – the islands have memorable activities for everyone. Vacationers who enjoy exploring the outdoors will love hiking trails that wind through jungles, over hardened lava fields, and along stunning coastlines. World-class golf courses satisfy recreational and competitive sports enthusiasts. Luxury dining, shopping and entertainment are also widely available.

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