A hidden paradise of swaying palm trees, cascading waterfalls, secluded white sand beaches, azure blue sky and more, Hawaii makes for the perfect vacation of serenity. This Pacific gem is a splendid mix of ancient tradition and enchanting beauty in harmony with its serenity and island ambience. The Hawaiian Islands together form an archipelago made of 8 main islands, the biggest being Hawai’i Island (the Big Island), built from five volcanoes.
Experience a different kind of paradise and escape to Kauai, the Aloha State’s oldest and northernmost island. This beautiful island landscape holds an abundance of lush emerald rainforests and sweeping rivers. An unspoken rule amongst Kauain locals states that no building can exceed the height of a coconut tree, allowing the skyline to be dominated by swaying green palms and majestic mountains, often under a brilliant rainbow. A wide variety of outdoor activities are available from snorkelling with turtles to hiking along one of Kauai’s many extensive trails. Leisure seekers can sample the island’s golden sand beaches and soak up the long-lasting Hawaiian sun.
For the unique cosmopolitan experience look no further than Honolulu, a city bursting with a dynamic culture and vibrancy on the island of Oahu. For a colourful array of exotic local marine life, discover the Waikiki Aquarium and get the chance to meet some of the city’s most loved residents – the exuberant Hawaiian monk seals! Manoa Falls makes for a fantastic dense forest hike, along with boasting a spectacular waterfall at the end of the trail.
Also known as Pineapple Island because of its past pineapple plantation, Lanai’s tropical landscapes offer the perfect backdrop for you to snorkel, scuba dive and swim to your heart’s content. There is something for everyone on this oasis of serenity, from whale watching to horseback riding to golfing. Journey back in time and discover the red spires of the Garden of the Gods, an area with strong remnants of the 1920’s era.
It is a known fact among holiday makers that in order to truly experience a new culture, it is imperative to sample the cuisine. On the Hawaiian Islands it is no different – with many restaurants around every corner offering delicacies that will delight with an explosion of flavours. Sample the Kalua pig, a traditional dish seasoned with salt and renowned for its rich smoky flavour. The luau is one of Hawaii’s oldest recipes, which is a seafood dish prepared with a mixture of taro leaves and coconut milk.
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