Hawaii

LUXURY ISLAND HOPPING

There is something special and romantic about the Greek islands.  Known as one of the top honeymoon and romance destinations in the world, you will enjoy a variety of experiences and activities, while immersing in true Greek traditions.  From crystal clear water and spectacular beaches, magnificent sunsets, mouthwatering Greek cuisine, and traditional villages with the famous whitewashed homes and blue-domed churches. There is nothing quite the same as the gratifying feeling of being on a Greek Island.  Fully relaxed and mesmerized by the picturesque views around every corner.

LUXURY ISLAND HOPPING

There is something special and romantic about the Greek islands.  Known as one of the top honeymoon and romance destinations in the world, you will enjoy a variety of experiences and activities, while immersing in true Greek traditions.  From crystal clear water and spectacular beaches, magnificent sunsets, mouthwatering Greek cuisine, and traditional villages with the famous whitewashed homes and blue-domed churches. There is nothing quite the same as the gratifying feeling of being on a Greek Island.  Fully relaxed and mesmerized by the picturesque views around every corner.

In The Beginning 

It is believed that the first settlers, who were originally from the Marquesas Islands, arrived in Hawaii sometime around the 4th or 5th century AD. They crossed 2,500 miles of ocean in double-hulled voyaging canoes and used the stars to guide them. With them they brought some crops, such as taro and breadfruit, as well as animals. Archaeologists believe that a second wave of Polynesian voyagers arrived around 1000 AD, who were from Tahiti. 
 
 

THE EXPERIENCE

Culture

The culture and tradition of Hawaii are actually reflections of the land's innate beauty. The graceful Hawaiian dances, the meaningful and religious songs, and the various interesting art forms seem to be created with only one purpose, and that is to serve as instruments through which the beauty and the mystery of the place is expressed. The traditional dance of Hawaii are as vibrant as the rolling waves in its eaches. The moves are actually expressions of what Hawaii is, a land of beauty, grace, and spirituality. Music has also grown to be a familiar and popular part of Hawaiian culture. Ever evolving from a beginning of simple drum beats and chants, music today is filled with a multitude of artists and genres. Another facet of the culture lies in legends. Ancient Hawaiians were known to be storytellers. Legends were a way of documenting history, knowledge, facts and beliefs from generation to generation. Some of the more popular legends include the story of the demi-God Maui, who pulled the island up from the bottom of the sea, the wicked, deceptive and jealous volcano goddess Pele and her snow god sister Poliahu. There are legends about the Kumulipo, which tell about the creation of the Hawaiian Islands and others that tell fishing stories about the shark gods. The Hawaiian culture also has many superstitions and omens, which are widely known and still observed today. Rain and rainbows are considered blessings from the gods. 
 
 

Getting There

For the most part, your options are pretty limited on how you get to Hawaii. You can come by boat or by air, and that's just about it. While airliners can take just hours to get to Hawaii from just about any other point on the globe, a cruise liner may take anywhere from five days to weeks. Perhaps the most popular mode of travel for those going to the Hawaiian Islands for a vacation is to travel by plane. Because many major international airlines offer trips to Hawaii, it's easy to find a flight to the islands from practically any other international airport. Aside from international airliners, many of the United States domestic airlines have flights going to Hawaii. Most of the flights heading into and out of Hawaii are handled by the major international airport of the state, Honolulu International Airport. It also handles flights to and from most of the domestic airports on the other islands

Bucket List

 

Hike Chinaman’s Hat

Doors off helicopter flight

Try stand up paddle board yoga Leap into the ocean at China Walls Get sprayed by Halona Blowhole Skydive on the North Shore

Jump off the plank at Alan davis

Surf at world famous Waikiki beach 

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