LET US SHOW YOU THE BEST OF THE ISLANDS
Aloha may be what comes closest to expressing the spirituality that visitors feel when experiencing the undeniable beauty of the Hawaiian Islands. “Aloha” means more than “Hello”. When spoken, it is in recognition of the presence of the divine. “Aloha” means “love our land”.
Hawaii is the perfect place if you are a diver, a surfer, a shopper, an ocean lover, or just anyone who is willing to enjoy the beauty of nature in one of its most uncorrupted forms.
If you ever imagined paradise being a place with white sandy beaches, blue-green waters, tropical weather, coconut trees, exotic plants, and lush green rainforests, your paradise is Hawaii.
The group of Hawaiian islands is the most isolated island chain in the world. They were born thousands of feet below the Pacific Ocean, originating as undersea volcanoes that erupted from the sea floor. As hot spitting lava solidified, it eventually began breaking the ocean’s surface and forming this lovely archipelago which consists of roughly 137 islands, islets, coral reefs and atolls. Almost directly in the center of the Pacific Ocean, only 8 of these islands are inhabited by people- Maui, Kauai, Molokai, Ni’ihau, Lanai, Big Island, Kaho’olawe, and the most populated Oahu, with the capitol and modern city of Honolulu. With a plethora of breathitaking places to see, such as beautiful waterfalls, deep valleys, white sand beaches, rivers, active volcanoes, coral reefs, sea cliffs, tropical plants and exotic flowers, Hawaii has one of the most balanced ecosystems in the world.
Waikiki is by far the most urban beach in Hawaii, consisting of luxurious hotels directly on the beach. Kalakaua Ave is Waikiki’s main strip, where a brand name connoisseur will find the high-end designers such as Gucci, Dior, Chanel, Louis Vuitton, etc. Waikiki also accommodates those who desire lifestyle brands and popular surf companies such as Billabong, Rip Curl, Quicksilver, and many more. The “scene” in Waikiki is also mixed with a diversity of excellent bars, restaurants and night clubs, making it a place where there is something for everyone!
The North Shore of Oahu, home of Hawaii Eco Divers, is a small country town named Haleiwa, known worldwide as the surfing capital of the world. During the winter months, the waves, generated by powerful storms in the North Pacific Ocean, break intensively right in front of the crowds, making it the most exciting surf arena in the world. There are many events at the Banzai Pipeline and one held at Waimea Bay known as the “Eddie”. This event is dedicated to North Shore’s first lifeguard and legendary surfer, Eddie Aikau. In the summer months, The North Shore becomes calm and the ocean resembles more of a blue lagoon. This attracts scuba divers and snorkelers from all over the island to observe the rich underwater ecosystem of the Pupukea Marine Sanctuary District. This protected environment makes this region one of the best shore dive sites of North America.