What to buy in Hawaii? We’ve got you covered with these 17 best souvenirs from Hawaii. From Kona coffee and macadamia nuts to Hawaiian sea salt, these are the best Hawaiian gifts (for yourself or family and friends back home).
Hawaii is a favorite tropical vacation spot for us, and we’ve visited the Hawaiian islands many times.
Don’t think just beaches though – there’s lots more to Hawaii than kicking back with a cocktail on a beautiful beach!
Quick Hawaii travel information:
Islands: 8 main islands, but there are 137 Hawaiian islands in total
Biggest island: Island of Hawaii
Capital: Honolulu on the island of Oahu
Languages: English and Hawaiian
Currency: United States dollar (USD)
Hawaii trip planning: Find crazy-useful flight, hotel booking and other tips in our Resources guide
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What are the best swimming beaches in Kauai? We love Kiahuna and Poipu Beaches in winter. Hanalei is idyllic in summer. Lydgate is generally safe year-round for families. See our guide to the best Kauai beaches for swimming!
The most delicious fruit in Hawaii? See these 25 Hawaiian fruits! From mangos to Hawaiian pineapple to sweet-and-sour rambutans, you’ll love these fruits in Hawaii. Many you can buy at home in your grocery store too.
For such a small Hawaiian island, there are lots of things to do on Lanai – like hikes, 4-wheel drives and secluded beaches. So get off the grid, maybe rent a cottage and experience Lanai!
Where to bunk down on the garden island of Kauai? Check out these 9 top hotels, from a boutique adult getaway to a grand and gracious resort.
Kauai has blossomed big time in recent years. So what are the best things to do in Kauai today? Check out these fun Kauai activities and fab restaurants!
From snorkeling to sailing to SUP, there are oodles of Hawaii water adventures to enjoy when visiting the Aloha state. So haul out your swimsuit – an ocean of watery fun is waiting!
Hawai’s lush “garden isle” is a natural spot for two whimsical Kauai botanical gardens known as the Allerton and McBryde Gardens.