Escape! To Hawaii

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Aloha! Hawaii is a tourists paradise. Hawaii is a U.S. state located in Oceania and the only one composed entirely of islands. It is the northernmost island group in Polynesia. eight main islands are, from northwest to southeast:

  • Niʻihau Kauaʻi
  • Oʻahu (Its capital is Honolulu on the island of Oʻahu) ✔️
  • Molokaʻi
  • Lānaʻi
  • Kahoʻolawe
  • Maui ✔️
  • The Island of Hawaiʻi

Choose your island! Hawaii’s ever diverse natural scenery, warm tropical climate, number of public beaches and active volcanoes make it a popular destination for tourists, surfers, and biologists.

North Shore of Oahu

The North Shore of Oahu refers to the geographic boundary between West Oahu’s Ka’ena Point and East Oahu’s Kahuku Point. The North Shore is most well-renowned for its ‘larger than life’ waves during the Winter, breathtaking coastlines, and attracts surfers from all around the globe.

#FACT: During the winter months, this legendary surf mecca attracts the best surfers in the world.

North Shore of Oahu, Giovanni’s Shrimp Truck in Kahuku and the garlic shrimp plate, the historic M.Matsumoto’s Grocery Store in Hale’iwa Town for shave ice, time at Waimea Bay are probably the ones to watch out!

Waikiki Beach

The name ‘Waikiki’ from ancient roots mean “sprouting waters,” and refers to the fresh water rivers that once flowed towards the ocean. During the 1450‘s, Waikiki was designated as the very first government center in all of Hawaii. It was first a vacation destination for Hawaiian royalties, then foreign visitors began to frequent visit Waikiki in the 1830’s. Today, Waikiki is a gorgeous beach town spread across 1.5 square miles, lined by hotels, luxurious resorts, and decorated by a variety of restaurants, shopping centers and nightlife.

#FACT: Pearl Harbour, This National Historical Landmark features five historic sites memorializing the December 7, 1941 attack.

Waikiki is most famous for its beaches and every room is just two or three blocks away from the sea. With Leahi (Diamond Head) as your backdrop, the calm waters of Waikiki are perfect for a surfing lesson.

Hawaii National Volcano Park


Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park is open 24 hours a day year-round, including ALL holidays. The Kīlauea Visitor Center is located on Crater Rim Drive a short distance from the entrance station on the right.  The Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park Kahuku Unit is located on Hwy 11, between mile markers 70 and 71 miles south of Hilo. The Kahuku Unit is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. and is closed on weekdays and federal holidays.

Don’t miss out:

  • The Ainahou Ranch
  • The 1790 Footprints
  • Kilauea Crater
  • Ainapo Trail
  • Wilkes Campsite
  • Volcano House
  • Puna-Ka’u Historic District
  • Whitney Seismograph Vault No. 29

Bailey House Museum

The Bailey House Museum of Hawaii, located in Maui, is also an interesting establishment to see. It is actually a museum and at the same time a gallery that houses the masterpieces of Edward Bailey, artifacts from the missionary period, and artifacts from the ancient settlers of the land.

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