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    Island hopping in Hawaii

    The story goes, that the English explorer James Cook was the first European on the islands in 1778. Since 1959, however, Hawai’i has been a part of the United States, and is the youngest of the 50 states. The islands are located about 2,300 miles Southwest of the US West coast in the Pacific Ocean, making Hawai’i America’s Southernmost state. The addition of the six islands has given the US some of the world’s most stunning scenery that is constantly being used in TV and film. The islands offer a warm, tropical climate, incredibly beautiful sandy beaches with the finest, softest sand and the clearest, azure-colored waters. This state has two official languages – English and Hawaiian.

    Despite its relatively small size, Hawai’i is packed with activities, and there is sure to be something for everyone. Whether you are on a family holiday, trip with friends, romantic honeymoon, or looking to spend some quiet time alone, you will find what you are looking for in Hawai’i. Experience nature both above and below the water, discover fascinating animals, go to a luau, or relax on one of the many beautiful beaches.

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    DAY 1 - 6: Honolulu, Oahu

    Aloha, and welcome to Hawai’i! Your stay in paradise begins with six days on the beautiful Waikiki Beach, which is located on the Southern coast of Oahu, near the state capital, Honolulu. The city of Honolulu is a metropolis that offers both skyscrapers, marketplaces, and has the best public transportation of the six islands. Here you can stay in a hotel along the beautiful two-mile sandy beach, where you can lay and enjoy cocktails while you soak up the sun. Walk down to Rainbow Drive-In for lunch, where you can buy the cheapest and most delicious plate lunches on the island, and then take a short walk to Waiola Shave Ice for some dessert. This mom and pop shop was voted the best rainbow shave ice in Hawai’I, and you don’t want to miss it! There is also ample opportunity for water sports of all kinds, from snorkeling to parasailing or jet skiing.

    From Waikiki, you can go on a guided tour to the Dole Pineapple Plantation where you can get your fill of pineapples and the world-famous DoleWhip. Tours are also available to Pearl Harbor, where you can learn all about the defining moment in US history that brought the country into WWII, after being attacked by the Japanese in 1941. The Aloha Stadium isn’t far from the Pearl Harbor Memorial, and here you can find a swap meet several times a week. This swap meet is a huge outdoor market, with hundreds of vendors, and the opportunity to buy affordable, high quality products as well as cheap souvenirs.

    Greet the sunrise on the Pillbox Hike, which offers one of the best views of the sunrise on the island of Oahu. Here you will take a moderate-difficulty hike up to stunning ocean views, seeing historic concrete bunkers, or pillboxes, along the way. After you hike back down, walk ten minutes to Lanikai Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in the world. Here you can lay down and relax after your hike, or give your arms a work by kayaking out to the nearby island.

    If you find yourself in Waikiki on a Friday night, don’t miss the exciting firework show from the Hilton Hawaiian Village!

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    DAG 6 – 9: MAUI

    (Flight time: 40 minutes)

    The final Hawaiian island that you will visit is Maui, a less busy and not quite so touristy island. Maui, which has been nicknamed “The Magic Island,” has a coastline of no less than 120 miles and boasts 31 miles of beaches. Maui is filled with breathtaking and unique nature. Here you will find white, red and black sand beaches. That’s right – red and black sand! You will also have access to dozens of outdoor activities, including surfing, snorkeling, biking, and hiking. Makena Beach, or Big Beach as it is referred to, is a large undeveloped sandy beach. This beach is notably wide and long, so while it draws a lot of people, it never becomes too crowded. Big Beach is of the most outstanding beaches in Maui, and well worth the visit.
    Experiencing a luau while in Hawai’i is a must, and the Old Lahaina Luau is a favorite for locals and tourists alike. Here you will find authentic Hawaiian ambiance and an attention to detail, which makes tickets hard to come by. Plan ahead to make sure you don’t miss out on this experience. When you arrive, you will be greeted with a traditional Hawaiian lei, and a mai tai. At the luau, you will get to try dozens of scrumptious Hawaiian dishes, watch hula performances, and learn about the rich history of the island. From the luau, as well as just North at Kaanapali Beach, you can catch gorgeous sunset views over the nearby island of Molokai.

    Iao Valley State Park offers a captivating emerald green rainforest experience, surrounded by the cliffs of the extinct West Maui Valcano. Here you will find one of Maui’s most recognizable landmarks, the Iao Needle. This iconic rock covered in green overlooks Iao stream and is a great lookout point. This valley also has great historical significance. It was here that King Kamehameha defeated Maui’s forces at the Battle of Kepaniwai, an event that changed the course of Hawaiian history.

    Drive to Haleakala National Park, where you will find a variety of hikes and stunning views. Haleakala is Hawaiian for ‘house of the sun’, and the 3,000-meter summit at Haleakala is the perfect place to watch either the sunrise or sunset on Maui. A visit to the Ali’i Kula Lavender Farm is an out of the ordinary and serene experience. Here you can see over thirteen acres of 45 different varieties of lavender, tucked away in the Haleakala Mountains. The view is incredible, and an experience worth having.

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    DAY 9 – 14: BIG ISLAND

    (Flight time: 45 minutes)

    Your last stop is on the Big Island, which, as the name suggests is the largest of the islands. In fact, the island of Hawai’i is larger than all the other islands combined. This island, like all the Hawaiian Islands, was created out of volcanic eruptions. The Big Island is built from five shield volcanos overlapping. Mauna Kea and Mauna Loa, are two inactive volcanos which you can visit. Kilauea, one of the most active volcanos in the world, can be viewed at a bit more distance. The constant eruptions are not explosive, and the lava runs quietly into the water. You can take a boat tour or helicopter ride to get a unique view of the volcanoes. If you want to see volcanos from yet another angle, tour the centuries-old lava tubes. Kazamura Cave offers tours of the naturally occurring lava tubes, which are formed by flowing lava which moves beneath hardened lava. Lava tubes can be actively draining lava from an eruption, but this one is extinct, so the rock has cooled and left a long cave.

    Just like the other islands, Big Island has a plethora of activities available and many adventures to be had. You can swim with sting rays and dolphins, go ziplining, scuba diving, surfing, stand up paddling, and even whale watching! If you would rather relax on the beach, there are plenty of those, too! The black sand of Punalu’U Beach is particularly fascinating. It was created when flowing lava made its way to the ocean and then cooled, solidified, and shattered. Sea turtles love the warm sand, so you have a good chance of seeing them basking in the sun during your visit. If you have yet to see a waterfall on your trip, don’t miss Akaka Falls State Park. One short hike will give you views of two gorgeous waterfalls, the Kahuna and Akaka, in the middle of the rainforest. If you get hungry, there are nearly 30 farmer’s markets spread across the Big Island, and any one of these are the perfect place to stop for freshly prepared breakfast and lunch, locally grown produce, and handmade souvenirs. The famous Kona coffee comes from the Big Island, so don’t forget to enjoy a cup, or even visit one of the many plantations.

    If you find yourself on the Big Island in April, take advantage of the chance to soak up some culture, and attend the Marrie Monarch Festival, where the biggest hula competition in the world is held.

    Enjoy your last days of paradise on the Big Island of relaxation and sun before you head back to the UK.

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