The Aloha State is made up entirely of islands, with Hawaii, Maui and Oahu the three largest. The state’s beaches, amazing natural scenery and a tropical climate draw residents and tourists.
- Safe places to live – overall crime rate in Hawaii is 18% lower than the rest of the country
- modern Hawaii’s culture is every bit as diverse as its geography, with virtually every nation and ethnicity represented in its food, festivals, music and art
- Described by Mark Twain as “the loveliest fleet of islands that lies anchored in any ocean,” Hawai’i is a string of 137 islands encompassing a land area of 6,422.6 square miles