Hawaii

Hula dancing and bast skirt. Ukuleles and flower chains. Picturesque sunsets and lush green mountain ranges. High waves and wide beaches. Hawai’i, a beautiful idyll American island, full of clichés and stereotypes.

Located in the Pacific Ocean, travel options to Hawai’i are therefore quite clear and limited formally to planes, ferry or cruise ship. The major gate to Honolulu from Europe is Los Angeles or Vancouver.

Hawaii is an island paradise located in the Pacific and consists of eight islands: Hawai’i or Big Island, Maui, Kaho’olawe, Lana’i, Moloka’i, O’ahu, Kaua’i and Ni’ihau. Kaho’olawe and Ni’ihau Island are among the islands that are rarely visited. The former is the smallest island of the island nation and is completely uninhabited and located close to Maui, the latter is protected by the local community in a way that travelling there as a tourist is basically impossible.

Basically, the Hawaii Island State is a unique mix of breathtaking volcanic landscapes, vast seas, huge dream waves and a wonderful culture that should be discovered. Each island has its own special charm.

When to go to Hawai’i? Where to stay in Hawai’i? How to do island hopping in Hawai’i? All questions will be answered through the guides and articles below.