The land of surf, sand and shine, there is no place on this earth like Hawaii. This island state is truly magnificent and will definitely leave you wanting for more. It’s an ideal destination to laze around doing nothing. Just lay down on the beautiful beachside sipping your favorite drink. Enjoy the best of nature and heartwarming hospitality of the Hawaiian people.
Hawaii is a year-around destination, yet mid-December to mid-April is the high season to visit this island state. It is the most expensive time of the year when costs are at the highest level and everything (almost everyone) seems busy. Hawaii has a tropical climate, with average temperatures ranging from 28°C to 20°C. From mid-Apr to early June and Sept to mid-Dec is the best time to visit Hawaii (as this is the off season). You will get best rates for everything during these months.
Air – Hawaii is well-connected to major international countries by airways. Honolulu International Airport (HNL) in Oahu Island serves as the entry point for most of the travelers.
Getting Around – Bus tours, shuttles, taxis and local buses are some of the cheapest modes of transportation for getting around the Hawaiian Islands. You can also opt for a cruise to explore the true beauty of this breathtaking island state.
Say Aloha and get ready to explore a whole new world. Given below are some of the most popular tourist attractions of Hawaii that you just can't miss.
USS Arizona Memorial, Pearl Harbor - This memorial is the most popular tourist attraction of the Hawaiian Islands. The memorial stands above the remains of the sunken USS Arizona. You can still see some of the portions of the ship protruding up from the water.
Waikiki - This beautiful beach is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Hawaii. Waikiki is a Honolulu suburban equipped with all the ultra-modern amenities and entertainment hubs. Even celebrities like Frank Sinatra, Shirley Temple, Amelia Earhart and Elvis Presley used to spend their holidays at this crescent shaped beach.
Haleakala National Park – Located on the island of Maui and standing over 10,000 feet, Haleakala National Park preserves the volcanic area of Haleakala. When in here do not muss the mesmerizing view of sunset from the summit. You can even go for hiking through the Oheo Gulch or enjoy swimming in the lower pools.
Hanauma Bay – In 1967, this bay was declared a protected marine life conservation area and underwater park by the Government. Once damaged by years of excessive use and neglect, today this bay is counted among the top tourist attractions of Hawaii. Approx. 3000 visitors come here every day to spend some peaceful time in the lap of nature.