Welcome to Hawaii Tourist Guide

 

 

Hawaii is located near the center of the northern region of the Pacific Ocean. It has been popular for sugar, pineapple, and whaling industries but today it is more known as a tourist spot. The island has its lush forests and unspoiled natural beauty as its assets. The capital of this state is Honolulu, its cultural hub and largest city.

 

Hawaii is a state made of different islands: Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, Niihau, Kahoolawe, and the largest island of it all: Hawaii, also known by the name “The Big Island.” The active volcanoes in this big island contribute to the continuous expansion of its land mass.

 

 

Honolulu Hawaii

 

Oahu contains the largest population among the islands, and is thus most developed. Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii, resides in the southern shore of Oahu. It’s most popular tourist destination is the Waikiki Beach. There are many luxury homes on Oahu, a good place to look for a home is at American Dream Realty Honolulu home search.

 

Maui is home to Mt. Haleakala, a popular volcanic crater that is 10,023 feet away from the ground. Kauai, also known as “the Garden Isle,” is home to various natural wonders such as the Waimea Canyon, the Na Pali Coast, and the Wailua River.

 

Molokai is the home of Kalaupapa, a leper colony on the northern region. Lanai used to be completely owned by the company Dole Foods, and thus it contained the most expansive pineapple plantation in the whole world. Today, its private resorts are open to tourists.

 

Niihau is privately owned, and its population consists of almost entirely native Hawaiians. It has been opened to the public very recently after being only accessible to invited friends and guests by those who are already living on the island. Kahoolawe is one of the least developed islands. It is currently undergoing rehabilitation.

 

Some of the larger cities in Hawaii include Honolulu, Kahuku, Kailua, and Kaneohe in Oahu, Lihue in Kauai, Lahaina, Kahului, and Wailuku in Maui, and Hilo and Kailua-Kona in the Big Island.

 

Some activities that can be enjoyed by tourists visiting Hawaii are eco tours or hiking, kayaking, swimming with dolphins, encounters with dolphins and watching whales, snorkeling, and visiting museums. There are also hula shows and luaus, in addition to the thriving local art scene manifested in the proliferation of concert venues, clubs, theaters, and bars. Most tourist destinations offer classes in hula, lei-making, and surfing.

 

Hawaiian cuisine is an excellent fusion of Portuguese, Asian-Pacific, American, and traditional Hawaiian flavors. Seafood, coffee, and beef are locally grown, thus adding to their palatability. Local meals often consist of fish or meat, together with two servings of rice and a serving of macaroni salad.