"The loveliest fleet of islands that lies anchored in any ocean..." remarked Author Mark Twain remarked upon catching sight of Hawaii. It the same sentiment you'll likely to express when you touch down into any of these emerald green jewels lying in the sun. Travel by Hawaii charter bus and you'll bring home interesting experiences, for which this state is famous.
Hawaii is an isolated archipelago in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, located approximately 2,550 miles southwest of Los Angeles and about 3,900 miles southeast of Tokyo. The state capital is Honolulu. It is also known as the world's longest island chain with 8 major islands, of which the biggest is Hawaii, and its sister islands of Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai, Kahoolawe, and Niihau with some smaller islands at the perimeter. Think Hawaii charter bus to travel at ease while on any these islands.
Hawaii is acclaimed as one of the best surfing destinations in the world, all year around because the weather on all the islands is mostly sunny 365 days a year. Moderate temperature changes happens when summer leaves and winter comes in. The summer months extend from May to October while winter runs from November to April. But inside a Hawaii charter bus, the outside weather won't leave you frazzled. You'd be with pleasant companions, ensconced in comfortable, reclining seats, with air conditioning, drinks and food within reach and windows that give you plenty of room to stare out as you ride stress free on any of these islands.
Historically, Hawaii joined the Union on Aug. 21, 1959 and is its 50th state. The state has two official languages, English and Hawaiian, a melodious Polynesian dialect.
Hawaii's many attractions are found in its' ancient sites, villages, volcano tours, beaches, surfing and golfing, as well as the myriad activities you can indulge in the great outdoors. Here are a few suggestions of what you can do in any of the islands in the Aloha State, as you travel in a Hawaii charter bus.
For instance, you can take time out from hanging around the beaches to experience a historical tour in a Hawaii charter bus and spend time visiting the Pearl Harbor. View and say a prayer for all the patriotic Americans who perished in the blue waters around the sunken hull of the battleship USS Arizona. The Arizona Memorial sits atop her remains to commemorate the December 7, 1941, Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Afterwards go tour in your Hawaii charter bus across the Ford Island Bridge to the Mighty MO for a very special guided tour of the most celebrated battleship. After which you can go to the Punchbowl and arrange to have an exclusive personalized tour of the National Cemetery of the Pacific. You can cap this historical tour by dropping off the Iolani Palace, the Kamehameha Statue, the state capitol and city hall. It's all up to you, just think of hiring a Hawaii charter bus, and you'll have a more personalized experience of a historical tour.
Or do one tour of over 18 sites of famous statues, war memorials, historic buildings, and two theaters, and get deeply acquainted with Hawaii's historical past. Travel in your Hawaii charter bus, so you get there in one piece and stress free, because you have an experienced driver. Maybe you'd like to do a volcano adventure? The Hualalai has trails leading up to it and you'll get glimpses of the inner workings of this volcano.
Or indulge in your love for the great outdoors; try a hike through the lush jungle of the Ko'olau Mountains that rise majestically above Kaneohe Bay and on your way dive into a waterfall that plunges into a rainforest pool. Travel to the place in your Hawaii charter bus and enjoy emerging into the sunlight from a cocoon of comfort.
If you want to learn hands on about the traditional Polynesian culture, then make a tour in your Hawaii charter bus, to The Polynesian Cultural Center on Oahu. It's the opportunity of a lifetime to experience up close and person the lifestyles, habitats, entertainment and hospitality of seven Polynesian villages – Tonga, Tahiti, the Marquesas, Fiji, New Zealand (Aotearoa), Samoa and Hawaii! You should try to watch their war dances and wedding ceremonies.
Be invited to rub sticks to create fire, carve tiki figures, wield fire knives, and climb four-story trees in bare feet plus much more. Hawaii is more than just surf, and sailing and historical sites, or the friendly Hawaiians greeting you Mahalo! Its' all of these and more, so take a Hawaii charter bus to experience the best in comfort and safety.