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Hawaiian Islands

Hawaii is the 50th state of United States of America, joined on August 21, 1959.  There are 8 islands within Hawaii:

  • Hawaii

  • Maui

  • O'ahu

  • Kaua'i

  • Moloka'i

  • Lāna'i

  • Ni'ihau

  • Kaho'olawe

Hawaii has a diverse natural scenery, tropical climate, lots of beaches, oceanic surroundings, active volcanoes where there is something for everyone, as each island cater to a unique personality.

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The Big Island:

The main Island of Hawaii is over 2x the size of the other islands put together. They have black sands, black lava fields into the ocean, had 11 out of the 13 climate zones so it’s a geographical phenomenon, where the weather changes roughly 15 degrees throughout the year but still have a variety of seasons!

Maui:

This remote island is more of an artsy cowboy vibe with a lot of very natural environment, rolling hills, remote waterfalls, and pure relaxation. Beautiful extremely strong volcanoes on average make Hawaii grow around 42 acres a year! Haleakalā, aka House of the Sun, is located on the East side providing magical sunrises.

O’ahu:

Very urban and rural. Royal Heritage is located on O’ahu, the ONLY royal heritage in the United States. Remains of heiau, religious stone structures, made for worship and sacrifice are located throughout the islands. US History with Pearl Harbor when attacked on December 7th, 1941 by Japan, sinking the USS Arizona.

Kaua’i:

The garden isle with rugged mountains and for those into adrenaline experiences. There are ATV excursions, zip lining, amazing hiking/trekking trials, and for those whom want to relax after, there is the wellness/yoga sensation excursions.

Moloka’i:

Even though smaller of the set of islands, here are the huge sea cliffs. Maunakea, when measure from sea floor to top is ranked tallest mountain in the world. There is also the tallest waterfall, 7x the height of Niagara Falls, called Moloka’i at 1,750 feet. There is a park Phallic Rock, and is known to have fertility powers.

Lāna’i:

Known as the pineapple resource, this other smaller island of the set known as the Shipwreck Beach for the offshore wreck of the WWII tanker. There are lots of green turtles by Polihua Beach, humpback whales appear past the shorelines and the Garden of the Gods, a lunar landscape of rock towers and boulders.