Hawai’i is often synonym with paradise, a must-see destination to enjoy Nature’s best creations. And with reason. Blessed with outstanding beaches and rugged coasts, deep canyons and evergreen valleys, a capital city resting against a volcanic crater and volcanoes amongst the stars, there is no other place like the Hawaiian archipelago.
Islands of Aloha is an attempt to capture what makes the most isolated inhabited landmass in the world so special.
As the Hawaiians say: "ʻohoiho!" (enjoy!)
'Land of Beauty' by Oliver Ledbury
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