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Organize your next vacation under the sun in the beautiful state of Hawaii. Located in the Pacific Ocean, on the west of the United States, you will be able to find this paradise destination. Hawaii is the only state in the nation to be situated outside North America, and it’s also the only state that is officially an archipelago. This tropical state is also known to be one of the only states in the United States that used to be its independent nation. Filled with over 137 volcanic islands in 1500 miles area, Hawaii is a great destination to visit if you want to discover the flora and fauna of the Polynesian subregion of Oceania. With 750 miles of coastline, making it the fourth largest in the nation, you will also be able to find plenty of stunning beaches to enjoy while on vacation in Hawaii. There are eight main islands in Hawaii and they are Niʻihau, Kauaʻi, Oʻahu, Molokaʻi, Lānaʻi, Kahoʻolawe, Maui, and Hawaiʻi. However you wish to spend your vacation, you will find that Hawaii will be able to provide you with many attractions and activities.Properties in Hawaii
These tropical islands ensure that whichever rental you end up choosing, you will be granted a view of the magnificent landscape. Whether you wish to be located closer to the more popular cities to enjoy the bustling nightlife or relax on a more remote island, the choices are plentiful in Hawaii. Imagine waking up in the morning and having your iced coffee on your porch by the beach. Spend the afternoon cooking up a traditional Hawaiian barbecue with friends in your private garden. These and many more could be the possibilities awaiting you in Hawaii.
Travelers and activities
There are plenty of outdoor activities to enjoy while visiting these tropical islands. Hawaii is filled with forests, volcanoes, stunning beaches and much more landscape for you to discover. One of the most popular hikes in the state is the Diamond Head Crater hike. You will find this trail not too far from Waikiki Beach and just a short drive from the center of Honolulu. The trail was built back in the 1900s and it takes just a short 30-minute hike to reach this 360 degrees viewpoint. On the other hand, if you are looking for a challenge, head over to the Koko Head Crater. Here you will have to face more than 1000 steps to reach the summit. The trail goes along an old military cable car truck that used to be used for supplies.Hawaii for food lovers
The state of Hawaii is filled with different cultures from all over the world. As such, you will be able to find a mix and fusion of cuisines while searching for a place to dine in. Check out Ken's Fresh Fish for a casual dining experience at lunch. The owner of this restaurant, Ken Broad, is a fisherman who sells fresh fish from his side of the road shop in Windward Coast. The menu is filled with items like poke, sashimi, sandwich and katsu. Another great restaurant is the Waiahole Poi Factory. This traditional Hawaiian eatery is owned by Charlene and Calvin Hoe which in 1971 turned this poi factory into a delicious restaurant. Here you will find one of the only places that serve fresh pa‘i‘ai.
Did you know that Hawaii is the only state the grows coffee commercially?
Top 7 travel tips in Hawaii
Do not miss out on discovering this unique area. Here you will find an active volcano, lava tubes, as well as an ancient petroglyphs.2. Swim with Manta Rays
Take a drive north of Kailua-Kona to start your marine adventure. Here you will be able to join a night tour and observe manta rays in their natural habitat while diving.3. Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden
Located just north of Hilo, on Onomea Bay, you will find this gem. Admire the most stunning tropical botanical garden in Hawaii and learn about the plants that inhabit the state.4. Mauna Kea
If you feel like being active and sporty, head over to Mauna Kea. Here you will find Kilauea Volcano which will provide you with a 4000 feet summit and an exciting downhill bike ride.5. Nā Pali Coast
Although it is nice to be on a populated island, visiting the deserted ones also have its charm. The Nā Pali Coast State Wilderness Park has more than 16 miles of undeveloped coast.6.Waimea Canyon
This is one of those activities that are a must if you rent a car in Hawaii. The canyon is about ten miles long and filled with viewpoints that will leave you mesmerized.7. Snorkel in Tunnels
If you are looking to do another fun activity while learning about the local marine life, head over to Tunnels. Here you will be able to go snorkeling with a guide and have the chance to encounter the giant sea turtles of Hawaii.