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Hawaii is a group of islands in the Pacific Ocean, located in Oceania. However, it is the 50th and most recent state of the United States of America, and does therefore not belong to Oceania. The country is well known for its waterfalls and rainforests, its marvellous beaches and its tropical climate. Hawaii has the largest and one of the most active volcanoes on Earth, Mauna Loa, some of the largest waves in the world at the North Shore of Oahu, one of the most winding and beautiful roads in the world to reach Hana, one of the rainiest spots in the world, Mount Waialeale, the largest pineapple plantation in the world at Lanai, and several natural wonders. Only six of its nineteen volcanic islands are open to tourism.
The Big Island: The biggest island of Hawaii is officially named Hawaii, but it is called the Big Island to avoid confusion. Here you can find the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, with the most active volcano in the world, the largest mountain in the world, and the tallest mountain in the world.
Oahu: This island is home to the city of Honolulu, which is the capital and largest city of Hawaii. As it has most of Hawaii’s inhabitants, it is often called The Gathering Place. Here you can visit the USS Arizona National Memorial at Pearl Harbor and the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific at Punchbowl.
Maui: The second largest island of Hawaii, after the Big Island. Worth a stop are Lahaina Town, Haleakala National Park, Iao Valley, Wailea Resort, the Road to Hana, Wainapanapa State Park, the Seven Sacred Pools, the Hawaii Nature Center, the Maui Tropical Plantation, the Maui Ocean Center, Kihei, Makawao, Pukalani, Paia, and Kula.
Kauai: The most north western island of Hawaii, also known as the Garden Island. It is well known for its greenery, tropical plants, and often rainfall. Surely visit the Lydgate State Park, the Old Koloa Town, the Huleia National Wildlife Refuge, the Wailua Falls, the Opaekaa Falls, the Hanalei Valley and Bay, the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge, and its National Tropical Botanical Gardens.
Molokai: One of Hawaii’s least developed islands, which once was the home of Father Damien. Here you can find the Kalaupapa National Historical Park, the Molokai Museum and Cultural Center, the Phallic Rock, the Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove, and the Churches built by Father Damien.
Lanai: Now home to several exclusive resorts, it once was the largest pineapple plantation in the world. Therefore, it is often called Pineapple Island. Visit the scenic Munro and Naha trails, the Kaumapalau Highway, the Manele Road, Kaumapalau Harbor, Lanai City, Manele Harbor, and Dole Park.
Each island has its own airport. However, there are no direct flights from London. It takes about 20 hours from London to each island.
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|Sports Event (during)|
|Spiritual Classes (Zumba/Yoga)|
|Food Tasting/Cooking Experience (in Hotel/Venue)|
|Food Tasting Walking Tour|
|FIT Individual Travel|
|Festival Event (during)|
|City Walking Tour|
|Beach Water Sports|