Popular Vacation Spots in Hawaii

Popular Vacation Spots in Hawaii
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Popular Vacation Spots in Hawaii

There are many vacation spots in Hawaii, and where you stay depends mainly on the pursuits and type of vacation you are after.

Traditionally, Kauai Island and Oahu Island are popular holiday destinations amongst romantic couples and travelers looking for a relaxing getaway.

Having said this, island hopping in Hawaii is very popular so, should you decide you’d like to explore Hawaii fully; you could use one of the inter-island flights that run between the islands.

To give you an idea of what island might be for you, I’ve given a little overview below of each of the main islands, which I think you’ll find useful:

Kauai Island

Kauai Island Hawaii is a popular eco-tourist destination, and if you are a wildlife enthusiast and love bird watching, the island is home to over eighty different species of birds.

Oahu Island

Oahu Island is, perhaps, one of the most popular vacation spots in Hawaii, and it is here where you'll find the capital city of Honolulu HI and the famed Waikiki Beach.

Apart from beach activities and outdoor pursuits, Oahu Island is also home to a Polynesian Center, and war memorials such as Pearl Harbor in Honolulu.

Maui Island

Maui Island Hawaii is one of the most popular vacation spots in Hawaii for travelers looking to do plenty of water activities.

If you travel here between winter and late spring, Maui Island HI is popular for its whale watching tours, and you can spot the majestic humpback whales around the shores of the island

Big Island

If you are a hiking enthusiast and are interested in volcanoes and want to learn about Hawaii’s beautiful landscape, the Big Island of Hawaii is home to the popular Volcanoes National Park where you can enjoy educational tours as well as hiking trails.

Facts about Hawaii

If you’ve never been on a Hawaii vacation and are planning a trip there, I’ve put together a few interesting facts about Hawaii to give an idea of to expect of this enigmatic US state:

- Hawaii is the only US state that consists of islands

- President Barrack Obama was born in Hawaii

- Hawaii and Alaska are the only two US states that do not share a border with another US state

- Mauna Kea is the tallest mountain in Hawaii, and it’s the second tallest island mountain in the world, after Puncak Jaya mountain in New Guinea

- Due to Hawaii’s isolation from the rest of the world, most of its flora and fauna can’t be found anywhere else in the world.

- Haleakala National Park and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park are the only two national parks in Hawaii

- Hawaii has primarily two seasons, a dry season which runs from May to October, and a rainy season which runs from October to April

- The official spoken languages in Hawaii are English and Hawaiian

- The majority of Hawaii’s population is of Polynesian and Asian descent.

- The islands of Hawaii location is the furthest from any other body of land in the world.

- Hawaii is known as the ‘Aloha State’, and its nickname comes from the ‘aloha spirit’, which means to help other people and care about other people.

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