Visitors spent $17.75 billion in 2019, marking a 1.4% increase from 2018. There were more than 249,000 visitors in Hawaii on any given day , which marked a 3% increase in the daily average compared to 2018.
Hawaii is the most isolated population center on the face of the earth. Hawaii is 2,390 miles from California ; 3,850 miles from Japan ; 4,900 miles from China; and 5,280 miles from the Philippines. Hawaii is the only state that grows coffee. From east to west Hawaii is the widest state in the United States.
The Japanese, with their economic and historical ties to Hawaii and the US as well as relative geographical proximity, make up the largest group of inbound international travelers to the islands, reaching 1,568,609 in 2017.
Tourism is the largest single source of private capital for Hawai’i’s economy. In 2019, Hawai’i’s tourism economy has recorded. ➢ State Tax Revenue: $2.07 billion (+1.4%,+$28.5 million YOY versus 2018). ❖ On any given day were 249,000 visitors in the Hawaiian Islands.
15 Terrifying Things In Hawaii That Can (And Just Might) Kill You Huge Waves, Hurricanes & Tsunamis. Steven Worster/Flickr. Sun Poisoning. David Fulmer/Flickr. Centipedes. Steve/Flickr. Honolulu Traffic. Hiking Trails. Grocery Shopping. Sharks. Jellyfish, eels, and other dangerous sea creatures.
10 Things Not To Do in Hawaii Don’t stand next to the blowhole. Don’t eat at a chain restaurant. Don’t let a commercial luau be your only exposure to Hawaiian culture. Don’t limit your visit to Oahu. And don’t avoid the Island of Hawaii . Don’t only stay in resort towns. Don’t hike illegally or start a hike late in the day. Don’t take lava rocks.
Since Hawaii is located in the middle of a vast ocean and the ocean bottom drops off quickly, the waves and currents can be very big and powerful. Certain beaches are hazardous year-round while others are dangerous at certain times of the year. Don’t swim at remote beaches alone.