Last March I went to Hawaii for a family vacation I had no idea as to what it would be like except for it being an island. As soon as I landed and went to my accomodation, I had the time from there to venture around the city of Honolulu in Hawaii to see what its like, I thought right away that it was paradise. For the next ten days we were to going to be here, I was going to be occupying myself on a daily basis with activities to do there.
Everyday was enjoyable for me! There was always something to do, whether it was going to the beach, walking down the strip of shops, going to the markets or catching a bus which stopped at many sights to see. There was nothing that you couldn’t do and that’s what made it so good, I would highly recommend travelling to Hawaii to anyone because it’s one of my favourite destinations!
I’ll leave some information about Honolulu for you all & photos from my trip even though I wish I had captured even more photos!
Hawaii is U.S. State on an isolated volcano archipelago in the Central Pacific. It is a 10 hour and 30 minute flight from Melbourne.
The most common languages that people speak in Hawaii are Hawaiian and English.
The currency in Hawaii is the USD United States Dollar.
Best season to travel
High season – December to April & June to August
Moderate season – May & September
Before you travel
Don’t forget to apply for your US Visa before travelling to Hawaii (Online ETSA application) at least 72 hours before your flight.
Sights to see
You can either hire a car to drive around the island or purchase a bus pass ticket which takes you to many routes to visit sights and attractions.
- Waikiki Beach
- Diamond Head
- Pearl Harbour
- USS Arizona Memorial
- Hanauma Bay
- Halona Blowhole
- Sea Life Park Hawaii
- Wet’N’Wild Hawaii & more
It depends on how you spend your days over in Hawaii although money does add up quiet quick while you’re over there. On average I would say 70 AUD a day is enough.
All photos posted on my blog are taken and belong to me.