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Hawaii Tourism: Best of Hawaii
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The word "holiday" brings to mind sunbathing on a balmy beach, taking dips in a dazzling blue ocean, napping under coconut trees—in other words, Hawaii. But travellers that can pull themselves away from the 50th state's stunning beaches will find so much more. From volcanic landscapes to hidden waterfalls and epic expeditions, a Hawaiian getaway can go in a dozen different directions. Each of the six major islands–Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, and the island of Hawaii–has its own distinct personality and its own opportunities for adventure, dining, culture, and relaxation.
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- ByThrillistThe Most Beautiful Beaches You Can Visit in HawaiiVery little can match the majestic beauty of Hawaii, and her beaches are -- by far -- some of the most beautiful and postcard-perfect spots in the world, the ideal places for beachgoers from around the world to sun, surf, swim, or be seen. It's worth noting that thanks to airline price wars and sweet travel deals, flights from the mainland seem to be getting cheaper, making these natural wonders even more accessible than ever. But the beaches on this list are not just your typical holiday spots. Get ready to squish your toes in a rainbow tapestry of colored sand, watch surfers tackle the largest waves they can, groove with drum circles, and dash naked into the surf. Below you'll find our picks for the best beach spots found on the Hawaiian Islands, but first, here are a few tips to keep in mind when you visit. If in doubt, don’t go out: Many beaches do not have lifeguards, and dangerous rip tides and large waves can quickly ruin your day. Visitors and locals alike drown every year. Always swim with a buddy. The beach is not a souvenir: Don’t take any sand or rocks home with you. It is "kapu" -- Hawaiian for forbidden. The volcanic goddess Pele doesn’t like her property stolen. Help keep it clean: If you want to do more than just lounge on a vacation, consider joining a beach cleanup group to help remove the tons of garbage that wash up on our beaches. Picking up just a few items can make a huge difference in preserving Hawaii’s fragile ecosystem. Onward. https://www.thrillist.com/lifestyle/honolulu/best-beaches-in-hawaii14 items
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