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In the middle of the Pacific Ocean, 3,600 kilometres from the US mainland, lies the 50th state of the USA: Hawaii. For many, it is the epitome of the South Seas. And indeed, the islands radiate a unique flair and enchant you very quickly with the famous Aloha charm. Each of the six main islands – Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, Big Island – has its own personality, nature and sights and offers different activities for all tastes. Some of the most famous attractions include Honolulu & Waikiki Beach, Pearl Harbor, Koko Crater Railway Trail, Hanauma Bay, Diamond Head Crater, Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Road to Hana, Haleakala Volcano, Waimea Canyon and Napali Coast.

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Hawaii – Things to know, Photo spots & Travel Guide for a holiday (USA)

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In the middle of the Pacific Ocean, 3,600 kilometers from the U.S. mainland, is the 50th u.S. state: Hawaii. For many, the epitome of the South Seas ❤ And in fact, the islands exude a unique flair and enchant you very quickly with the famous Aloha charm. Each of the six main islands – Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, Big Island – has its own personality, nature and sights and offers different activities to all tastes.

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Maui – Sunrise from the top of Haleakala Volcano (USA)

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The most visible landmark of the whole of Maui is the massive shield volcano Haleakala, which occupies more than 75 of the area of the island and is the highest elevation at 3,055 meters. If you start from the actual foot of the volcano, which is far below the sea, it is even 9,053 meters high. The Haleakala is currently not active and researchers believe it must have last erupted around 1790. A must-do on Maui can be seen sunrise …

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park – Things to do & Photo spots (USA)

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Today we literally went to THE Hot Spot on Big Island: The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which was founded in 1916. The park has been declared an International Biosphere Reserve and has been a UNESCO World Heritage Sitesince 1987. The 1,348 km2 area of the park includes extensive lava fields from various episodes and is home to the active volcanoes Kilauea and Mauna Loa.

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Big Island – Arrival in Hilo & Akaka Falls State Park (USA)

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Today we went to the second island of our Hawaii holiday. We were looking forward to Big Island, because on the largest Hawaiian island we had already planned some great activities. The official name of Big Island is ‘Hawai’i’, as is the name of the entire state and archipelago. But not to confuse the two, most people just talk about Big Island.

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Koko Crater – A hike on the old railway tracks in Oahu (USA)

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Today we were already sitting at 8 o’clock in the morning in our rental car,because we wanted to climb the Koko Crater Railway Trail, which is located on the southeast side of the island of Oahu, just in the early hours of the morning. And since it gets very hot in the morning, we wanted to use the early morning hours so as not to sweat completely immediately after ten meters.

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