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    Escape to Hawaii

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    Hawaii is a tropical escape that caters for everyone, whatever the occasion and regardless of season. Famed for friendly locals and a laid-back vibe, there’s plenty of activities to keep you occupied once you’ve landed on the balmy shores of one of the eight main islands that make up this US state. For the best way to figure out which activities are right for you, contact your personal travel manager and get the most of your Hawaiian escape.

    Sensualizing your senses

    It goes without saying; Hawaii is a beacon for tourists who are looking for a relaxing day at a beautiful beach. With many beaches on offer, there is always something to do if sunning and swimming isn’t sufficient. From taking on the waves at Poipu Beach with a surf to kayaking and snorkeling at Kailuna, the Hawaiian shore will keep you captivated and entertained for many hours.

    After a big day of beaching, it’s time to refuel. Luckily there are some fantastic places to dine, but there are some musts in regards to dishes. The Loco Moco for instance is a prime example; a hamburger steak with egg over rice, drenched with gravy is enough to tantalize any taste bud.

    When it comes to the time to burn off those extra calories, a round of golf should definitely be on the cards. With some of the best views offered from the fairways, the courses make a good spot to soak in the landscape, even if you’re not the next pro golfer.

    Aside from the picturesque beaches, delicious food and breathtaking golf courses, Hawaii has got much more to offer. Some of the other things on hand are the national parks, historic locations, museums and live music. Hawaii literally has something for people from all walks of life.

    Loved up

    For the couples out there, Hawaii has eight main islands that are sure to cater to those romantic endeavors of yours. Chase the day from start to finish, beginning with a spectacular sunrise. Share each other’s company with a relaxing snorkel, refreshing ocean swim or even a hike through the national parks and landmarks. End the day in a similar fashion to how it started – cuddled up together enjoying the romantic sunset with a couple of sundowners in hand. After a memorable day, there’s no better way of ending the day than sharing a beachside dining experience to reminisce the days’ activities.

    For the family

    Family vacations are always fun, especially when the memories created last a lifetime. With the natural beauty on show get involved in a whale watching tour and watch the majestic humpback whales launch themselves out of the water between December and May. Embrace the breeze and fly kites, learn to hula at a luau or hit the shopping strip to pick up bargains.

    However if its adventure and exploration you crave then discovering the creatures that dwell within the many rock pools will definitely intrigue the youngest of minds. For a fun family activity simply visit one of the many beaches and spend the day building some sand castles and sharing a laugh.

     

    Start planning your escape with your local, personal travel manager. Visit http://www.travelmanagers.com.au/ptm-search/

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