It's easy to see why Hawaii has become synonymous with paradise - just look at those sugary beaches and Technicolor coral reefs. Sunrises and sunsets are so spectacular that they're cause for celebration all by themselves, while after-dark stargazing from Hawaii's volcano summits is unparalleled.
Thousands of gems fashion the archipelago's necklace, but only six islands welcome visitors. Each is as different as the multi-ethnic complexions of the local population, who talk story and share their passion about Hawaii as if you're long-lost pals.
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Lush grounds, six spectacular pools, a beachfront lagoon, waterfalls and an array of shops and restaurants are all part of the "Village" experience at this expansive resort.
Most people land here with the theme to 'Hawaii 5-0' in their ears and visions of awesome waves in their heads. Hawaii is rightfully renowned for world-class surfing conditions, excellent snorkeling, scuba diving, deep-sea fishing, windsurfing and volcanic hiking.
With its multitude of cultures and permanently good weather, Hawaii always has something to celebrate. Some of the events to look out for include Hawaii's biggest hula competition, the Merrie Monarch Festival (late March or April); May Day Lei Day, an extravaganza of lei-making (May); King Kamehameha Day, a state holiday with parades (June); Aloha Festival, a celebration with parades, cultural events, canoe races and Hawaiian music (August to October); and the Ironman Triathlon World Championship on the Big Island (October).
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