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Cheap flights to Hawaii

Perhaps the most famous getaway destinations in media and in real life alike, Hawaii lives up to its popularity with its collection of attractive tourist spots. The state boasts of astonishing cobalt blue waters, waterfall pools, gold-sand beaches, excellent food and accommodations, and multiple traditional festivities. It owes its cultural diversity to the European explorers, Asian immigrants, American Missionaries, and ancient Polynesians voyagers.

Hawaii is the 50th and the youngest of the United States of America and is the only one not situated geographically in North America. Rather, it is located in Oceania. The archipelago is made up of eight main islands, namely Hawaii, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, Niihau, Kahoolawe, and the capital Oahu.

Travellers never run out of things to do in Hawaii. Aside from sunbathing, engaging in water sports, partying from sunrise until the next, and generally having fun while chilling out, there are many tourist attractions not too far from the shore that are worth visiting.

Kahanu Garden – Go on a spiritual journey with nature by exploring the Kahanu Garden. The 294-acre site is a temple and botanical garden located in Maui. The garden was established for the conservation of endemic flora.

Bishop Museum – Learn of the Polynesian voyagers who are an integral part of Hawaii's history through the wide array of exhibits in the Bishop Museum. It has been recognised as the finest Polynesian anthropological museum in the world. It also contains the only planetarium in Oahu.

Diamond Head – The Diamond Head crater is a volcanic tuff cone that can be seen from just about anywhere in Oahu. Visitors can take a hike, quite literally, up the beaten paths to the top in order to get the best panoramic view of Honolulu.

'Iolani Palace – The palace was the official residence of Hawaiian monarchy, namely King Kalākaua and Queen Liliʻuokalani, the last King and Queen to reign over Hawaii. It first became the capital of the republic, until the government inevitably moved to its current state capitol. Eventually the palace

underwent renovations and restorations, although the structure was impressive and modern by the standards of the Victorian-era. Visitors are allowed to tour the palace grounds and even the interior, which includes the throne room, residential quarters, and historical exhibits. It is the only royal palace that can be found in the United States.

USS Arizona Memorial – Things weren't always so peaceful in Hawaii. The USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu serves as a tribute to the victims of the attack on Pearl Harbor during the WWII. Remains of the sunken battleship are untouched and declared a National Historic Landmark. Exhibits and more information can be found in the Visitor Center. The memorial is only accessible by boat.

How to get around within Hawaii

The most convenient way to get around in Hawaii is via car, although this can make it a little more difficult to transfer from one island to another, which can be done via passenger cruise ships or by plane. Taxicabs are also available, and each of the eight major islands has its own public bus system. Additionally, many accommodations have shuttle services for their guests.

How to get there

Coming into Hawaii is easy through the Honolulu International Airport. Leaving once you've experienced the charming and blissful life in Hawaii won't be so easy. Travellers can arrange flights with the following airlines to get to and from this tropical paradise: Delta Airlines, Air Canada, Air China, Air New Zealand, Allegiant Air, American Airlines, Asiana Airlines, China Airlines, Fiji Airways, Hawaiian Airlines, Island Air, Japan Airlines, Jetstar Airways, Korean Air, Mokulele Airlines, Philippine Airlines, United Airlines, Qantas, United Airlines, US Airways, and WestJet. 

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