The Hawaiian Islands are one of the most visited travel and holiday destinations in the world. There are six major islands in Hawaii, including Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui and one of the largest islands in Hawaii… often referred to as the Big Island. The Big Island of Hawaii is about the size of Connecticut and is the youngest island on the island, with an estimated 800,000 years of history.
When planning a Hawaiian vacation, more and more travelers choose to live in a private vacation rental house for comfort and price efficiency. However, whenever you choose a sea view hotel, a beach house or a cozy villa hidden in the Hawaiian countryside, you'll find that your Hawaiian vacation is refreshing and offers a variety of adventure, sightseeing, exploration and relaxation opportunities. You will also find that each Hawaiian Islands has its own unique personality.
Three beaches in Hawaii became the top 10 TripAdvisor in the United States: Oahu (#3) Kailua Beach Park for white sandy beaches. Kauai (#6) Tunnel Beach offers excellent snorkeling and great views. Oahu (#10) Waimea Bay Beach Park has crystal clear waters in summer. Having said that, make these award-winning locations a guide when planning your Hawaii vacation.
To fully appreciate Hawaii and its heritage, we encourage travelers to learn about Hawaii's history before (or during) a vacation in Hawaii.
In 1778, Captain James Cook landed on Kauai in Waimea Bay. To commemorate the Earl of the Sandwich, he named the island "The Sandwich Islands." Captain Cook is the person responsible for opening the West Gate. Sadly, he was killed a year later in Kealakekua Bay on the Big Island of Hawaii.
The state of Hawaii entered the league on August 21, 1959, making Hawaii the 50th state of the United States of America. This group of islands is formed by past and present volcanic activity. The Hawaiian Islands are 1,860 miles (3,000 km) from the nearest continent and are the most isolated group of islands on the planet. The entire Hawaiian Islands are 1,500 miles long, and the erosion of the oldest Hawaiian Islands has benefited the surface of the ocean due to millions of years of erosion.
The Hawaiian Islands are a beautiful paradise with a rich history, offering a variety of activities and sightseeing for travelers and holidaymakers. As many people already know, Hawaii is the birthplace of surfing and the infamous hula. Holidaymakers can take helicopters through steep cliffs and canyons, visit Pearl Harbor, watch the Missouri and Arizona Memorial, take surf lessons, outriggers or diving lessons, or enjoy the warm sunshine on the infamous Waikiki Beach. Hawaii has water sports, golf courses, museums, art galleries, shopping centers, zoos, aquariums and nightlife in the city centre. A hot spot for holidaymakers is the active Klauea volcano on the Big Island of Hawaii, bringing an unforgettable helicopter adventure to your family.
Weather in the Hawaiian Islands
The warm, dry month of Hawaii is from April to October, during which the temperature range in Hawaii is 75-88 degrees Fahrenheit. The Hawaiian vacation in summer is a pleasant 68-80 degree. Some islands, such as Maui, are drier than other islands, and Kauai is the wettest island. The letter of the year spent a year of vacation.