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Hawaii. The 50th state known as “The Aloha State” has many descriptions: a paradise born of fire...a taste of paradise...the rainbow state...America’s Island Paradise...The Pineapple State...The 808 State...and many more. There is no doubt that Hawaii has an almost unworldly, mystical allure and beauty.
From the volcano craters that resemble the surface of the moon, the lush, thick, verdant forests home to exotic plants and flowers, the breathtaking waterfalls that steadily carve their mark on the mountains, and the surrounding, hypnotic power of the Pacific Ocean, Hawaii is indeed a fascinating location that should be on everyone traveler’s vacation destination.
Let’s take a look at a few of the endless attractions that Hawaii has to offer:
- Pearl Harbor and USS Arizona Memorial. “December 7th, 1941 – A day which will live in infamy” – President Franklin D. Roosevelt. No question about it. That monumental day of the Japanese sneak attack on the U.S. Naval base at Pearl Harbor undoubtedly changed the course of history for all time and still remains a fascination for historians, students, and tourists from all across the globe. It is no wonder why so many tourists begin their journey of the “808-State” at the island of Oahu at the USS Arizona Memorial to experience the narrated tour and view the final resting place of the sunken battleship. Also, don’t forget to tour the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island, and walk on the decks of the USS Oklahoma, USS Utah, and the Battleship USS Missouri. See first-hand why Pearl Harbor is a National Historic Landmark.
- Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve. While you are on Oahu Island, don’t forget to see Hanauma Bay. The beach and surrounding natural park get their name from two Hawaiian words: “hana” which means bay and “uma” which means curved. There are many legends about how the naming of the curved bay. Formed within the crater of a volcano on the island of Oahu, the Hanauma Bay Education Center is a great place to learn about the bay
- Honolulu. Oahu is home to Honolulu, the capital city of the state, and has several sites to enjoy. The Iolani Palace is the official residence of Hawaii’s monarchy and is billed as “a marvel of opulence, innovation, and political intrigue” and is something you need to see for yourself. Other areas of interest in Honolulu are the Diamond Head State Monument, Waikiki Beach, and the Bishop Museum.
- Polynesian Cultural Center. Before leaving Oahu, less than an hour's drive from Honolulu is the Polynesian Cultural Center. Voted the number one paid attraction in Hawaii, the center is divided into several sections, each representing the culture of Polynesian Islanders not only in Hawaii but in Tahiti, Tonga, Samoa, the Fiji Islands, the Marquesas Islands, and the Maoris of New Zealand. Many of the performers are from these locations and are happy to share their culture through music, dance, art, and games.
- Volcanoes National Park. The Island of Hawaii, also known as the Big Island of Hawaii, is the largest island in the Hawaii chain and is almost twice the size of the other islands combined. With its unique climate (many of the world’s climate zones are here on the island, a result of the protecting effect and the towering height of the massive volcanoes Maunakea and Maunaloa), the island geology is engrossing. And that includes the Volcanoes National Park. To add a bit of excitement and danger to your Hawaii visit keep in mind that the volcano Kilauea is still active and erupted as recently as January of 2021 that created a lava lake. There is a chance that you can feel the seismic rumbling, hear the thunder of gas emissions, and even see a bit of ash escaping the mouth of the monster – if you dare!
- Hamakua Heritage Corridor. The Big Island is loaded with places to places to stop and sites to see, and there is no better way to experience what the island has to offer than take a leisurely drive on the Hamakua Heritage Corridor. Enjoy the kaleidoscopic views, the many parks and gardens, hiking trails, sea cliffs, lush valleys, and tropical forests.
- Mauna Kea. Before you leave the Island of Hawaii do not forget to stand on the summit of the highest mountain in Hawaii: Mauna Kea. Warning: the routes to the apex of the mountain are anything but user-friendly and must be reached by a 4-wheel drive vehicle, and the mountaintop can become cold and snowy in the winter. But when you are standing at the top of the world’s largest sea mountain (13,796 feet above sea level and 33,000 feet from the bottom of the ocean floor) it will be easy to understand why Mauna is one of the world’s premier observatories for optical, infrared, and sub-millimeter astronomy. If you are not an experienced climber you would be well-served to be content with stopping at the Visitor Information Station, which is 9,200 feet above sea level. In addition to astronomy, many native Hawaiian people find Mauna to be an ancient spiritual connection.
- Haleakala National Park. Next stop: the Island of Maui, and the Haleakala National Park is the perfect launching pad for your tour of this island. The park is home to the inactive Haleakala Volcano that exposes a moon-like landscape. There are also several endangered species roaming Haleakala and you have the option of spending the night in the park. Haleakala is considered one of the most spiritual locations on the islands and it vibrates with the lore of both ancient and modern Hawaiian culture.
- Hana Road. When going on any trip there is an ancient cliché: it’s the journey, not the destination, so enjoy the journey. This applies doubly to Hana Road. The 52-mile highway cuts through Maui, winds through dense forests, provides scenic ocean views along the coastline and ends in the secluded town of Hana. The town is somewhat isolated from the rest of Hawaii and therefore retains a bit more of traditional Hawaiian culture than the more accessible locations
- Maui Ocean Center. The is no place on earth that can boast of more diverse and unique marine life than Hawaii, and there is no place on Hawaii to discover that marine life than the Maui Ocean Center. Recognized as one of Maui’s top-rated attractions and listed as one of the “Top 10 Aquariums in the World” by TripAdvisor, the center offers a 750,000-gallon Open Ocean exhibit, an underground tunnel for up-close viewing of stingrays, sharks, turtles, and fish. There is also a chance to experience a virtual encounter with Hawaii’s humpback whales at the Humpbacks of Hawaii Exhibit and Sphere.
- Waimea Canyon State Park. Located on the west end of the island of Kauai, the Waimea Canyon State Park is also known as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” and is home to a panorama of mother nature: steep cliffs, majestic waterfalls, luminous rainbows, untamed foliage, multi-colored rock strata, and mesmerizing scenery. The canyon’s central volcano collapsed approximately 10 million years ago and played a crucial role in the canyon’s formation.
- Princeville Botanical Gardens. The Princeville Botanical Gardens is another of Kauai’s “must-see” attractions. The gardens are home to a diversified collection of the most robust plants and flowers on the island. The guided tour will share volumes of facts about the island's medicinal plants, cacao trees, beehives, and flora. You will also have the chance to sample fruit, honey, and organic chocolate made by the gardens!
- Na Pai Coast State Wilderness Park. Don’t even think of leaving Kauai before touring the Na Pai Wilderness park and Coastline. Remember the scenes from the movie Jurassic Park that showed the towering cliffs and vast valleys with waterfalls that flowed into the ocean and seemed like you were in another geological era? That part of the movie was filmed here. The coastline has been shaped by millions of years of erosion and is a silent testimonial to the timeless power of geology at work.
- And more...many, many more attractions on these exotic, relaxing, majestic islands.
Never forget: continued good health and vigor are the keys to enjoying your Hawaii excursion.
That’s right. You can’t possibly enjoy all that Hawaii has to offer if you are continually tired, worn-out, aching, and complaining. Years of neglect, improper nutrition, stress, lack of fitness, and, of course, aging all contribute to feeling lethargic.
And correct hormone balance plays a crucial role in fighting these afflictions
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