What it is advisable to learn about tenting on the islands


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Kathleen Wang

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  • For the most up-close and personal exposure to Hawaii’s natural wonders, skip a hotel and go camping.
  • Visitors should keep in mind that Hawaii has two seasons: summer is the sunny season and winter is the rainy season.
  • You can only book one campground or cabin at a time, it’s $30 per night for non-residents.

From raw natural beauty to famous historical and cultural sites, Hawaii offers visitors many things. Truly experiencing the isolated archipelago involves more than just strolling through Honolulu’s Waikiki — although the surf there is famous — and other must-do activities like hiking Diamond Head and touring the ‘Iolani Palace. Truly experiencing Hawaii means getting outside to enjoy the sun and surf.

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