Descriptive Essay On Hawaii

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The “Big island” or Hawaii as it is popularly known is the largest of all islands in the Hawaiian archipelago. The island makes up about 63% of all land area covered by the Hawaiian archipelago. Owing to its vast geographical size, there is a lot to see and do on the island. This ranges from the green colored beaches of Papakolea, black colored beaches of Punalu’u as well as lush rainforests in the interior. There is also the Hawaii’s volcanoes national park which is home to two active volcanoes; the Mauna Loa and Kilauea. Popular snorkeling sites also exist in the west of the island in the name of Kahalu’u Beach Park and Hapuna beach. The following are some of the activities that you should partake in once you land on the magnificent island of Hawaii. Seeing the Volcanoes. Nowhere in the world will you encounter blatant lava flows and the sight of volcanic mountains up close spewing their hot contents from the earths bowels high up into the atmosphere so dramatically like on the island of Hawaii. A visit to the volcanoes national park will let you discover Hawaii’s active volcanoes which can be said to be its natural treasures. Indeed the island is gradually growing in size owing to the constant rivers of lava that come out of these volcanoes. While here take time to explore Sulphur banks, steam vents, lava pipes as well as take a hike…show more content…
With restaurant, farmers markets, farms and supermarkets everywhere there is no excuse to leave before sampling the culinary side of the island. Sample the famous Portuguese fried sugared dough bread known as Malasadas or sample Kalua pig with one of the many local traditional brews. It is simply heavenly! You should also not leave without having samples the worldly famed Kona Coffee which is said to be the best in the world or the delicious macadamia nuts locally grown in the orchards or sold in three farmers

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