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Things to see in Hawaii
Amy Adejokun
Amy Adejokun Section editor

This Polynesian archipelago lies in the middle of the North Pacific, a 20-hour flight from London. With its white sandy beaches, turquoise waters and coconut trees, Hawaii is a genuine paradise on earth and has a great climate throughout the year.

Those looking to relax will be seduced by this superb destination, which has many different sides. The archipelago has 8 islands; Oahu, which is the most well-known, alternates between the hustle and bustle of the very American Honolulu and the relaxed way of life in Haleiwa, the surfing capital.

Maui, the open air tropical garden, offers great landscapes. From the island's magical Hana Highway to its dormant volcano, aesthetes will be seduced by the 'Valley Isle'. Kauai, also known as the 'Garden Isle', is a festival of colours and offers breathtaking views. Between the emerald cliffs of the Na Pali Coast and the Waipio waterfalls in Waimea Canyon, nature lovers will definitely find something that pleases them. Finally, the island of Lanai, known as the 'charming' island, and the island of Molokai, known as the 'authentic' island, are smaller but should not be missed. With its amazing diversity, Hawaii offers a multitude of activities in an idyllic location.

Landscapes

The discovery of Hawaii begins with its beautiful beaches, which are famous throughout the world. Nevertheless, the landscapes in the archipelago are not limited to stretches of turquoise water. Every island is unique, with active volcanoes, lava flows, unspoiled tropical forests, beautiful coasts, sugar cane fields, pineapple plantations and historic sites to see.

Islands and beaches

A discoveru of Hawaii starts with its sublime beaches, famous worldwide. Very popular with surfers, they are also the delight of tourists, who love to bask in the sun or in the shade of the coconut trees.

The fauna and flora

The Polynesian archipelago is particularly rich and varied, and is full of natural treasures. As an example, there are 110 fish species in the waters of Hawaii, and over 65 types of birds are endemic to the area.