It’s Lei Day across the Hawaiian Islands today. A celebration that recognises Hawaiian culture and the traditions of kindness and hospitality.
Lei Day also marks the start of summer in beautiful Hawaiian Islands
A lei is one of the happiest looking necklaces on earth – made of fresh flowers, shells or nuts.
It is created as a gift and shared as a token of love, congratulations, welcome or farewell.
Lei Day is an annual tribute to this culturally iconic symbol of Hawaii’s aloha spirit.
Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania’s Country Manager Giselle Radulovic said Hawaii has a long tradition of welcoming visitors from around the world. However, right now the focus is on the health and safety of Hawaii’s residents and community.
“Until such time when we can welcome visitors back to the Hawaiian Islands, we will continue to share the spirit of Aloha with Australians”.
Hawai‘i Tourism Oceania’s Country Manager Giselle Radulovic
Aloha can be created in an instant through a decision to act with kindness or generosity.
Hawaii Tourism Oceania invites you to celebrate brighten up someone’s day
Discover what sharing aloha means to Hawaii here in the inspiring video below.
Find out more about Hawaii’s Share the Aloha series here: https://www.hawaiianairlines.com.au/SharingAlohaSeries
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