The first week of January was a little rough for many tourists visiting Hawaii, as the island experienced its worst tropical storm in recorded history.
As of Monday, the storm had strengthened into a Category 5 storm and was threatening to turn into a major hurricane.
But despite the bad weather, there were plenty of great spots to visit.
Here’s our top five favorite places for Hawaii to visit in January.
Hawaii’s Palau Islands: The Hawaiian islands are known for their tropical beaches and pristine tropical landscapes.
They are located off the east coast of Hawaii, and many of the islands have excellent beaches.
The island nation of Hawaii has been named one of the best places in the world to visit for its coral reefs, which are one of Hawaii’s most spectacular sights.
Tahiti, Hawaii: The largest island of the Polynesian chain of islands, Tahiti is home to the famous Maui volcano.
The lava flows and underwater coral reefs are a perfect place to visit, and you can visit the island at least once a year, so you’ll have plenty of time to soak up the natural beauty of the island.
Big Island, Hawaii, USA: The Big Island is a popular destination for tourists who are seeking the best in Hawaii, such as the Maui Bay, Kahoolawe and Big Island beaches.
You can spend the day exploring the island’s unique landscape, which is filled with diverse flora and fauna.
Tahitian Islands, Tahitos National Park, Hawaii and Kona: These islands are a paradise for Hawaii vacationers looking to take a break from the hustle and bustle of the mainland.
They offer beautiful coral reefs and pristine coral beaches, which will surely please any traveler.
Kona, Hawaii; Big Island National Park; Maui, Hawaii.
Koko, Hawaii is the island closest to the Pacific Ocean, and its beaches are a favorite for Hawaii tourists looking to relax.
It’s also home to one of its many Hawaiian music festivals, the Hawaii Music Festival.
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