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Hawaii is situated nearly at the centre of the Pacific Ocean, and is the 50th state of the United States of America. With its gorgeous natural beauty ranging from beautiful white sandy beaches and dramatic volcanic cliffs to lush rainforests, it’s no wonder that so many people flock to Hawaii year after year. A wealth of cultural heritage awaits discovery, so it can definitely be said that Hawaii has something for everybody.
Comprised of 137 islands there are only seven that are populated and just six allow visitors. If you plan to book cheap flights to Hawaii you will first have a hard time deciding on which island to stay, because they all offer something different!
The biggest island is Hawai’i Island, also called the Big Island and is larger than all the other islands together. With an astonishing natural diversity, from fantastic white sandy beaches and snow-capped mountains to waterfalls, lush rainforests and volcanoes this island is the best choice for nature lovers. If you can’t get enough of natural beauty, we can also suggest our cheap flights to Melbourne or cheapest Cape Town flights.
Hawaii is a great spot when it comes to nightlife and partying. From beach parties to town parties there are plenty of options to dance the day and night away.
Kauai, Molokai and Lanai are less crowded areas and are the perfect destination for a romantic, tranquil and peaceful getaway from the stresses of everyday life. There are many cuisine options here and the scenic natural beauty and the pleasant atmosphere will ensure a great holiday experience that won't be forgotten!
Almost all of the islands in Hawaii are super kid-friendly, but Maui and Oahu have the most kid-friendly Hawaii attractions and activities.
The best time to visit Hawaii is between March and September, when it sees the least rain and the highest temperatures.
The Hawaiian dollar is the currency is Hawaii.
Dublin is 10 hours ahead of Hawaii.
Many visitors enjoy taking bus tours to conveniently explore the islands. For most islands you can also get around by shuttle or taxi.