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History of Paradise

It is believed that Hawai'i was settled by Polynesians. They came here on canoes with many different animals, foods, and plants. In 1778, Captain James Cook happened upon the islands while attempting to find the Northwest Passage. He described the population to be abundant. Unfortunately the British brought diseases to these people, leaving the local population 130,000 in 1832. In 1810 King Kamehameha I united the islands creating the Hawaiian Kingdom. On August 21, 1959, Hawai'i was admitted as the 50th state of the United States of America.
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Discover Polynesian Culture

Witness Polynesian culture at the Polynesian Cultural Center. Here they have authentic Polynesian villages where you can mingle with the natives. Learn how to make milk with your own hands. Learn how the Samoans make their food. Listen to Maori Natives explain there intricately carved meeting house. Discover what a lali is from the Fijiians. For a Oahu Circle Island tour and Ali-i Luau Package tickets are $152.95 for adults and $137.95 for children


The weather in Hawai'i is very consistent. There is two seasons in Hawai'i. The first is Kau (Summer), when the average temperature is 85 degrees Fahrenheit. Then there is Hooilo (Winter), when the average temperature is 75 degrees Fahrenheit. Rainfall happens often, making Hawai'i so green and beautiful.

Hanauma Bay

Welcome to Hanauma Bay!! This beautiful bay is perfect for relaxtion and sunbathing. Lay on the beach and watch the waves as you tan. If you are looking for something more adventurous, dive into the water and explore the beautiful sea life.

Polynesian Dance

Ori: Popular Hawaiian/Polynesian Dance performance at Kauai