About Hawaii, Pacific

Hawaii’s holiday destination appeal is largely formed by its natural beauty, boasting white sandy beaches, crystal clear waters, lush scenery, active volcanoes and a sunny tropical climate all year round upon this breathtaking archipelago of 132 islands.

5,200km to the west of America, Hawaii consists of tiny atolls – the peaks of partially-submerged volcanoes – connected in a chain that extends almost to Japan from the centre of the North Pacific Ocean. In fact, America’s 50th state has 11 of the world’s 13 climatic zones – and that’s just one of the many contrasts and surprises this scenic paradise has to offer.

Once dependent on the whaling, sugar and pineapple trades, its economy is largely driven by tourism and military activities. Tourists, surfers and scientists alike flock to Hawaii with its unique North American and Asian influences.

Hawaiian People & Culture

Things to know about Hawaii

Things to do in Hawaii

Hawaii’s Cuisine

Hawaii’s Culture & Night Life

Activities in Hawaii


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