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To escape our sometimes humdrum lives, we’re often tempted to go visit an island resort. It might be the sand, the sea or the general sense that we’re getting away from it all when heading to an island, but some of them tend to be a little more fun and exotic than others for oh so many reasons. Hawaii ticks a lot of boxes for the perfect destination, but why?
I want to visit somewhere which has it all – a gorgeous beach, consistently warm weather, good food, plenty of places to go for a nice walk and a few good places to pick up some souvenirs. Hawaii seems to have all of that, as there are quite a few things which make the Pacific island state tick, with the weather being one of the main attractions.
Hot, hot, hot!
Even during the winter months, temperatures are usually over 20C during the daytime. This means that all year round, you could get away with wearing shorts or a skirt without feeling a little nippy! Something you might also find amazing is that there are regular volcanic eruptions which, from afar, look amazing, as long as you’re at a safe distance.
Aside from volcanoes and beaches, Hawaii has a huge array of tropical plants which make for an amazing backdrop if you decide to walk away from the major towns and cities such as Honolulu, the state capital. Whenever I think of visiting Hawaii, one of the first thoughts that pops into my head is to explore the countryside on the island.
Something else that adds to Hawaii’s lure is the fact that it welcomes families above other guests. The fact that smoking in Hawaii is illegal helps, as your kids won’t end up inhaling second hand smoke from either the locals or some of the other holidaymakers here! The beaches in Hawaii are a good place to take your sons and daughters, as they have by and large been kept clean and safe.
While parts of Hawaii can be packed, most notably the beach near Honolulu, many other parts are pretty quiet, meaning you can get on with whatever it is you fancy doing without fear of being interrupted either by the locals or other visitors. Surfing, for example, is something you could do, whether with family or simply on your own.
Doing as the locals do is more fun in Hawaii than in other US states. Here, you can immerse yourself in Hawaiian culture by deciding to hula while chowing down on some roast Kalua pig at a luau, which certainly beats a trip to a boring old museum!
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