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There really isn’t anywhere quite like Hawaii. It’s like that one perfect spot along the Pacific coast that is bursting at the seams with adventure, solitude and some of the finest surf in the world. As you embark on your journey to Hawaii, you may fall in love with one or all of the islands. Each of the Hawaiian Islands offers an unforgettable vacation no matter which way you turn. From history to tranquil days, you’ll embark on a vacation that solely focuses on taking in the long hot days and perfect sun setting nights. From volcanoes to red beaches, you’ll find adventure, excitement and a sense of Hawaiian culture the second you see the islands from up above. And as you touch down, you’ll smell the sweet Hawaiian air and feel as though you’re miles away from the ordinary. The best time to visit Hawaii is really during anytime of the year. The dry season is from April to October and even in the rainy season you’ll take in the beauty of the hot sun. From June to November hurricane season hits, and so, you’ll want to venture off to Hawaii during April, May, September or October to really get the best of the islands. No matter what island you land on, you can easily go island hopping as flights are short and cheap from one island to another, so island hopping can and should be done.

Travel Information:

Language – English
Currency – USA Dollar
Culture – Hawaiian
Cuisine – Hawaiian

Top Cities:


Best Beaches:

The list of picturesque beaches along the shores of any one of the Hawaiian Islands is endless. Here, we attempted to break down a short list of some of the very best beaches you can find will enjoying the beauty of the land.
Kauai: Ke’e Beach Park is where you’ll find the most mesmerizing sunsets and pristine reef lagon along the shore. If you love snorkeling, you’re going to want to venture off here for a morning in the sun.
Maui: Kapalua Bay Beach or Ka’anapali Black Rock Beach are certainly two top beaches on Maui. Each offer an abundance of water sports along with white sandy beaches that will have you falling in love with Maui the second you explore each beach.
Lanai: Hulopoe Beach on Lanai is where you’ll enjoy a secluded day at the beach.
The Big Island: Hapuna Beach State Park is where snorkeling on The Big Island is at its finest. Whether you go snorkeling or spend your days chilling on the beach, you’ll be mesmerized by the 1 ½ miles of pillow white sand along the shore.
Oahu: Hanauma Bay and Lanikai Beach are popular spots on Oahu. Hanauma Bay was formed thousands of years ago by a flooding of volcanic crater and its nearly circular bay showcases some of the best and most popular spots to snorkel and swim in the world.
Lanikai Beach has swaying coconut palms, crystal clear waters and some of the best kayaking, canoeing, sailing, surfing and windsurfing spots along the coast. Visit The North Shore of Oahu to take in the beauty of the sport of surfing, just be mindful that when the surf is big, only locals or well-versed surfers should venture off into the water.
Molokai: Papohaku Beach is hands down the best beach on Molokai. With miles and miles of white sandy beaches, it’s like you’re on your very own deserted island. The spot is bursting at the seams with great surfing, snorkeling, bodysurfing and body boarding spots.

Top Attractions:

Hawaii is home to much activity whether on land, in the sea or high up in the air. Go on a helicopter tour over the island of Kauai or Maui, where you’ll explore the dormant crater on Maui or feast your eyes of the majestic mountains of Kauai. You’re surely going to want to venture off to Maui’s Haleakala Mountain and take the drive up to Hana to jump into the legendary Seven Pools or visit the active Kilauea Volcano on the Big Island. Hop on over to Oahu to check out the surf along The North Shore, visit Pearl Harbour or visit the world-famous Diamond Head. Take to the thundering waterfalls on The Big Island at Rainbow Falls or Akaka Falls or Opaekaa Falls on Kauai. Check out The Garden of The Gods on Lanai or explore The Waimea Canyon on Kauai. Go snorkeling, surfing, deep sea diving, fishing, outrigger canoeing or kayaking at any one of the beaches along any one of the islands. Or visit the endless Marine Life Conservation Areas, Waikiki Beach and Hanauma Bay on Oahu, Manele and Hulopoe bay on Lanai, Kealakekua Bay on The Big Island or Molokini off the coast of Maui. And finally, no matter which island you choose to spend your days, you’re going to want to partake in a traditional luau, the vibe of Hawaii certainly isn’t complete without a night out at a luau.

Dining & Nightlife:

There are a plethora of dining options on many of the islands. Taste each unique dish any resturant creates and you’ll fall in love with the perfectly cooked cuisines on the islands. Venture off to The Fish Market in Paia or Dukes (on Maui), Kakaako Kitchen on Ohau or Dondero’s on Kauai for some authentic food. Oahu’s Honolulu Bay and Waikiki Beach, The Big Island are where you’ll find the best parties in town.

Why We Love It:

Hawaii, we love it because there is nothing like it. It’s the one place where you can go and explore a spot, fall in love with it, venture off to another spot, and be mesmerized at it as well. It’s all about being rooted in the rich Hawaiian culture, surfing and mystical nature of each adventure; this is why we can’t get enough of Hawaii. No matter which island you explore, the authenticity of the land is what deems these islands as some of the best in the world.