Discover Hawaii’s Diverse Wildlife
Think about this: the Hawaiian Islands are located thousands of miles from the closets continent, and yet, wildlife and plants have managed to find their way to islands in the middle of the ocean. Nature is an incredible thing, and when you really stop and think about how everything has arrived here, you’re sure to be amazed.
When you visit Hawaii, take a minute to discover Hawaii’s diverse wildlife. It’s much easier than you might think, and seeing the native plants and animals of the islands will really connect you to the islands.
From the colorful flowers to the colorful marine life that live just offshore, you’ll be in awe of the natural beauty, and may want to discover more. It is a common site to see a Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle resting on a North Shore beach, or encounter a lazy Hawaiian Monk Seal in a deep sleep. Though these are usually things you stumble upon, and may require some luck, seeing these incredible creatures from a safe distance is sure to be a highlight of your trip.
The best options for getting up close with Hawaiian wildlife is snorkeling and hiking. A snorkeling excursion takes you to a site known to be teeming with fish, and shows off the vast underwater world that is just waiting to be discovered. Hiking treks deep into the lush rainforest and is the place to really discover Hawaii. Not only are endemic plants and trees seen all along the trail, many hikes wind up at a hidden waterfall, which is one of the most amazing and relaxing sites you will see during your visit.
Despite being so far from everything, the islands are ripe with wildlife. Though some of the wildlife has been introduced by inhabitants over the years, much of it is native to the island, and was here long before any person stepped foot on the sunny shores. Discovering Hawaii’s diverse wildlife is as easy as stepping outside and taking a look around. There truly is so much to discover, and finding nature in Hawaii is always fun!
Even if you do not have the opportunity to get out in nature and discover the islands, you can still enjoy the natural beauty of Hawaii. Look up at the beautiful plumeria flowers that grow on trees, or even put on your fresh flower lei, which are made with local flowers are provide an intoxicating aroma. You will be in heaven, and will love the colors and beauty that they provide.
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