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Hawaii Tourism: Best of Hawaii
The poster child of tropical holidays
For many, the word "holiday" conjures images of sunbathing on a sunny beach, paddling in a dazzling blue ocean, napping under coconut trees—in other words, Hawaii. But travellers who can pull themselves away from the 50th state's stunning beaches will find so much more. From volcanic landscapes to hidden waterfalls and epic expeditions, a Hawaiian getaway can go in a dozen different directions. Each of the six major islands–Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, and the island of Hawaii–has its own distinct personality and unique opportunities for adventure, dining, culture, and relaxation.
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- Oahu is an island of town and country contrast. The South Shore, home to Downtown Honolulu and Waikiki, is a buzzing hive of activity. The North Shore, famed for its surfing beaches, is slow-paced with a chilled- out vibe. It’s abundant in sunshine, water sports, hiking trails, museums, shops, restaurants and things to do. Come and hang loose on Oahu with these five unmissable experiences.
- The Island of Hawaii is full of scenic surprises. One lap around Hawaii’s larg-est island features everything from volcanic lava fields, rainforests and wa-terfalls to green pastures, white, green and black sand beaches and the state’s tallest mountain Mauna Kea (often snow-capped). With eleven out of the world’s thirteen climate zones existing on this Hawai-ian Island, it’s a fascinating place to visit.