IF YOU ASK YOURSELF WHERE ??? TRAVEL IN HAWAII…ALOHA…
July 11, 2018
Hawaii is a place with tropical climate, beautiful beaches and blend of cultures: Asian, Hawaiian, European, North American and Polynesian. There you can hear yourself saying “aloha,” “mahalo” (thank you) and “ma kai” (toward the ocean) without a second thought.
With hundreds of isles in the Hawaiian Archipelago, the main islands at its southern end are populated and offer a variety of experiences. The islands are very diverse and each one has its own unique offerings, with a totally different place with a whole new set of experiences, sights, and attractions.
The most-populous island (Oahu) with the most-populous city (Honolulu) features many popular attractions, including Honolulu’s Iolani Palace, the renowned Waikiki Beach and the Polynesian Culture Center.
The “House of the Sun” on Maui, is a massive shield volcano that offers spectacular views of the sunrise. You can visit the museum and stay at the hotel near the summit. The striking power of erosion is on view at Kauai’s Waimea Canyon State Park. The “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” was created by the collapse of the volcano that formed the island.
Hawaii’s spectacular beaches offer a variety of experiences for lovers of the outdoors, including surfing, hiking, skydiving, helicopter tours, paddle sports, whale-watching and zip lining.
You can, take a private hula dance lesson at your hotel or at the Hawaii Hula Company’s group classes on Maui and Oahu.
Kauai – The Garden Isle is the oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian Island chain is graced with dramatic, natural beauty. There are Kokee State Park, Waimea Canyon- the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific”- and many beautiful gardens such as Limahuli Garden.
Maui – The Valley Isle is the second-largest island and there are the best beaches in the world. If you visit during the winter months, book a tour to see the majestic whales.
Big Island of Hawaii – The Orchid Isle is larger than all of the other islands combined, the island of Hawaii, also known as Big Island. There you can see waterfalls, rainforests, and botanical gardens near Hilo; explore the historic PuuKohola Heiau, north of Kona; or view Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.
Waikiki Beach – Iconic gathering place for visitors from around the world this area brims with world-class shopping malls, numerous hotels & dining options, daily events, entertainment & a rich history & culture—right in Honolulu! Waikiki was once a place for leisure & surfing for Hawaiian royalty. Today it’s a beautiful & lively gathering place shared with visitors from around the world.
Snorkeling is the most popular activity on Hanauma Bay. Swimming just above the coral rocks and spotting amazing sea creatures is a relaxing and enjoyable way to spend the day on the island of Oahu.
Hanauma Bay snorkeling is so popular because of the wide variety of species in the bay. In addition to the turtles, snorkelers can take a peek at the Humuhumunukunukuapuaa (the state fish of Hawaii) milletseed butterfly fish, yellow tangs, trumpet fish, angel fish, and many more.
By purchasing an underwater camera, you can take great pictures of the colorful fish and other sea creatures.