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Winter has its charms, but after a few weeks of overcast skies and chilly days your family will be ready for an escape this summer. The good news is that there's no lack of choice for places to go. But those endless options don't make it easier to actually book a trip. Here, we're done the research for you. There is a sunshine filled family escape for every taste and budget. Now all you have to do is soak up the sun.
Hawaii is a picture-perfect spot for family vacations. Its six main islands are filled with sunshine year-round, located as they are in the middle of the Pacific. Each island has many attractions and resorts that are suitable for families with young children, but you'll find the greatest number of choices on the Big Island and on Oahu.
Whatever Hawaiian island you visit, keep in mind that the surrounding waters have a temperature in the upper 70s throughout the year, making this a perfect opportunity to snorkel, scuba dive, water ski, kayak or surf. At night, the beaches are alive with the sound of Hawaiian music, and you can watch hula dancers make waves.
One of Hawaii's very best attractions is located on the Big Island: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. This natural treasure is home to Kilauea, the world's most active volcano, which has been continuously erupting since 1983. Visiting this national park gives kids the unique opportunity to watch part of the earth actually being built as the lava cools and hardens. The park also contains a rainforest and the famous Devastation Trail, where you can hike through a part of the forest that was destroyed by lava in 1959.
On the western side of the Big Island is Pu'uhonua O Honaunau, a restored Hawaiian village that is three centuries old; a visit to its thatched huts, temple, and other attractions teaches volumes about traditional Hawaiian culture. Oahu is most famous for Honolulu's Waikiki Beach and for Pearl Harbor, but it has much more to explore.
The Waikiki Aquarium is teeming with life - literally 420 different species of tropical Pacific life, including sharks, seals, and coral.
The Polynesian Cultural Center showcases not only Hawaiian culture, but also that of other South Sea islands such as Tonga, Tahiti, and even Easter Island.