Published on : 28 November 20173 min reading time
Highlights of America and Hawaii
America-West Coast USA is all about relaxation and fun! A spectacularly-scenic coastline, a year-round temperature climate, excellent shopping, great eating-out, fabulous nightlife and world-class attractions such as Disneyland(R) combine to make the west coast of the USA one of the most popular holiday choices for travellers.
East Coast USA comprises the energetic city ot NEW York – everything you thought it would be, and more. It’s not just the famous sights, the Statue of Liberty, Grand Central Station, EmpireState Building and Central Park, it’s the energy of the city that you will really remember. Discover the fantastic shopping, sights, Broadway shows, nightlife and delicious food from all parts of the world.
The South offers fun-filled holiday escapes in Orlando, including the world-famous Walt Disney World(r) where you’ll need several days to see all the major attractions and great shops. The vibrant city of Miami is a colorful city offering fabulous beaches, outdoor cafes, and an energetic nightlife. Try to make some time for exploration of the well preserved Art Deco district with its streamlined facades repainted in lively pastels.
Hawaii – The four main islands are: Ohau; Maui; Kauai and Hawaii.
Ohau is home to Honolulu and the world-famous Waikiki Beach. It is a place for the young-at-heart, with a lively nightlife – especiallyin Waikiki. Days can be spent either relaxing on the beach or surfing the huge waves on Ohau’s north shore.
Maui is the Valley Isle of white-sand beaches and breathtaking vistas. the well-designed resorts on the island have meant that Maui now rivals Ohau as the most popular tourist island. Resort guests can partake in horse-riding, golf, tennis, sailing, canoeing and a wide range of water sports. In addition, humpback whales are frequently sighted offshore enjoying the warm Maui waters.
Kauai, known as the Garden Island, offers a landscape of luscious shades of green. Relax and enjoy swimming oon Poipu, Anini and Lumahai beaches. Views of Waimea Canyon from the lookout are astoundingly beautiful and take in the winding Waimea River and many waterfalls.
Hawaii is known as ‘the Big Island’ to distinguish it from the state of Hawaii. As its name suggests, it is the largest of Hawaii’s Islands – and is renowned for ts production of beautiful exotic flowers, especially orchids. Relaxing costal drives provide magnificient views of the shoreline and the valleys inland. A trip to the Volcanoes National Park is also suggested.