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These 5 Amazing Hawaii Skyline Pictures Will Blow You Away



Of course, Hawaii is known for its prime, beachfront territory, but that isn’t all there is to see! There is a lot of history on the islands as well as a lot of culturally important events. There’s so much to do, you’ll never get bored. Check out these gorgeous Hawaii skyline views that you wouldn’t normally expect from this beautiful tropical state!

1. This is Honolulu – One of Hawaii’s Most Well-Known Cities

Honolulu can be found on the island of Oahu. It’s the state capital and the most populous city in the state! The natural landscape and surrounding cool blue waters of the Pacific make for the best Hawaii skyline.

2. Here’s a Shot of the City Coming to Life as the Evening Draws Near

Flickr User Walter Kim
Flickr User Walter Kim

The city lights up as the sky darkens. The transition of day into night is a majestic experience that can’t be beaten.

The gorgeous Waikiki Beach is on Oahu as well. So, you have no shortage of beautiful Hawaii skyline options to experience.

3. This Rainbow Seems to be Giving the City a Colorful Embrace

Flickr User Angela Bufalino
Flickr User Angela Bufalino

Look closely and you’ll see that this shot is actually a double rainbow! It’s nature’s way of showing how beautiful and beloved the Hawaii islands are – or it’s just raindrops refracting sunlight – you decide. Why can’t it be both?

4. Honolulu Stretches Farther Than You Might Expect

Beaches as far as the eye can see – and awesome city skyscrapers, too. Honolulu has a lot to offer. And it’s skyline is one of its greatest assets.

5. What’s Better Than This?

A sunset over the beach and a cityscape full of lights? Awesome weather, killer beaches, and gorgeous Hawaii skyline views… Hawaii is truly a tropical paradise everyone needs to experience at least once in their lifetime.

Cheyenne Reed was born and raised in Ohio. She recently relocated to rural Wyoming to try out working at an exclusive guest ranch. She graduated from Kent State University with an English degree, and most enjoys writing about travel. If she has free time, you may run into her anywhere, because she is always itching to explore new places. Her personal motto is, "Any day can be an adventure if you make it one!"