The Big IslandSome people falsely call the entire Hawaii group of Islands the Big Island; this is however not so since the Big Island is just the largest of the eight main Hawaiian Islands. The Big Island is a dream destination for visitors, offering pristine beaches, cultural attractions, astonishing mountain ranges and waterfalls, active volcanoes, cultural activities, lively nightlife and a variety of quality lodging options – from 5-star hotels to small vacation homes. Some of the top attractions on the Big Island include; the Volcanoes National Park, the Rainbow Waterfalls, Alaska Falls State Park and the King Kamehameha Statue. There are also several popular beaches including the Kahaluu Beach Park, Kukio Beach, and the Spencer Beach Park. If golfing is your forte, the Kona Country Club and the Hilo Municipal Golf Course are just two of the many options available to you.
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Oahu is the most populated of the Hawaiian Islands and is home to the capital city of Honolulu. Oahu has all the trappings of a city and also several historical and natural sites that attract millions of tourist every year. One of the most popular places to visit on the Island is the USS Arizona Memorial which commemorates the Pearl Harbor attack of 1941. You should watch the film about this historic event and take the boat ride to the site of the attack; you will get a clearer perspective of the events of Pearl Harbor if you do so. Oahu also includes cultural heritage attractions such as the 19th century Lolani Palace, which was the home of the last Monarch of Hawaii. Sea Life Park is a popular eco-friendly park that offers you the opportunity to swim with Dolphins or just admire the other beautiful aquatic animals such as the Penguins and sea lions.
The neighborhood of Waikiki in the city of Honolulu is a vibrant and popular destination for visitors. It has some stunning beach front hotels lining the pristine shores, Waikiki is known for surfing, shopping, amazing nightlife and world-class dining options. Waikiki is also home to the Honolulu Zoo, which hosts a variety of unique animal species including the infamous Komodo dragon.