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Journey Through The Islands Of Polynesia

he Hawaiian Islands are a truly extraordinary place that are filled with culture, natural beauty, and history that is as unique as anywhere in the world. Over millions of years, Hawaii has gone from a volcanic hotspot in the middle of the ocean to one of the most popular tourism destinations in the world, building a long and storied history along the way. From the earliest arrivals through Hawaii’s beloved monarchy, the islands have seen quite a bit, and tracing their legacy through the years is an incredible journey.  

During any visit to Hawaii, visitors learn all about the history of the islands, whether intentional or not, it is just something that is everywhere, especially at an authentic Hawaiian luau. The origins of the islands can be traced back to the islands of Polynesia, where all of the traditions and customs that are prevalent throughout Hawaii today come from. The earliest settlers arrived to Hawaii on voyaging canoes, using only the stars to navigate, a practice that is still in use today, and is a very far cry from the modern technologies that we enjoy now. Methods and techniques like this set the tone for life in Hawaii, and there are many practices, traditions, games, customs, and rituals that you will encounter at any Hawaiian luau, transporting you back to very beginning of Hawaii and the Polynesian Islands.

The Polynesian Islands are made up of thousands of islands of varying sizes, though there are 6 main islands nations that make up what is generally recognized as Polynesia, or the Polynesian Triangle of Islands. These islands include Tonga, Tahiti, Samoa, New Zealand, Fiji, and Hawaii, the boundaries of the islands covering thousands of nautical miles.

Keeping the traditions of the past alive is a very important part of life in Hawaii, passing down the daily life in the island through many generations, ensuring that the past and the heritage of ancient Hawaii are alive and well. These traditions include the Hula, poi making, imu cooking, and the games played at Hawaiian luaus, each showing what life was like many ears ago. The islands of Polynesia and their influence will always be a vital part of Hawaii and during your visit, taking the time to learn the importance of the past will enrich your trip.

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