filled with vibrant hills and forests, tall palm trees and ocean as far as the eye can see.

Spend your vacation on the sandy shores of Hawaii as if caught up in a daydream. Sunny days, rolling waves, and the warm Hawaiian air that wraps itself around you like a warm embracing hug. The sun tanning your arms and legs so perfectly, you don't want to put on sunscreen… except on your kids. The high waves crashing on the shore, coming up just far enough to brush your toes with the warm water. Your lei, made up with all the colours of the rainbow, is nestled around your neck. After a long day in the sun you can relax in the shade of a tall palm tree and build the tallest sand castle possible, knowing that you’re building memories, one sand filled bucket at a time.

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The beautiful series of islands we know as Hawaii, is filled with vibrant hills and forests, tall palm trees and ocean as far as the eye can see.  From the  iconic sandy beaches in Oahu to the to unexpected canyons in Kauai, Hawaii is a place you fall in love with more upon every visit. Pack your swimsuit and goggles, and get on the plane to paradise.

Fun Facts
  • Hawaii is the only US state composed entirely of islands. These islands are volcanic islands, which means they were formed by cooled magma.
  • Hawaii has one of the world’s most diverse population mixes. Hawaii residents claimed multi-ethnic backgrounds, far more than any other state in America.
  • Hawaii‘s coastline is the fourth longest in the U.S. after the coastlines of Alaska, Florida, and California.
  • Lanai is home to the world's biggest pineapple plantation. It is also known as “Pineapple Island.”
  • Mauna Kea is Hawaii’s tallest mountain. If the height of this mountain is considered from its base, which lies in the Pacific Ocean, it would be taller than Mount Everest.
  • Before turning into a state, Hawaii was a kingdom? The first king of Hawaii was Kamehameha.
  • The world’s largest plant maze is in Hawaii. Dole plantation’s garden maze was declared the world’s largest plant maze in 2008. It is made up of 14,000 Hawaiian plants.
  • If you're a stargazer, you would love to know the fact that on Mauna Kea, there are 13 telescopes run by astrologers from 11 countries. The combined light-gathering power of the telescopes on Mauna Kea is sixty times greater than that of the Hubble Space Telescope.
  • Hawaii is the only state with an official native/second language, Hawaiian. Unlike the rest of America, which has no official language.
  • Did you know that Barack Obama was born in Hawaii? He is the only president who was born outside of the main 48 states.
  • Did you know that the Hawaiian Hoary Bat is the only native land mammal in Hawaii?
  • Billboards are banned in Hawaii and three other states Alaska, Vermont, and Maine.
  • It’s weird but in the interest of the natural beauty of the island of Kauai, one cannot build a structure taller than a palm tree.
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