Spend the year with the beautiful image of a paradise-like beach.
Picture yourself on a sunlit, sugar-sand beach before a turquoise sea. Now picture yourself on a different beautiful beach every day of the year! This daily calendar transports you to a tropical paradise throughout the year with 314 full-color, sunlit images. Each page also includes ample space to jot memos, appointments and reminders.
For natives of Hawaii, Aloha means not only hello and goodbye, but is the guideline to living life with love, peace, and compassion. Hawaii's unique culture, awe-inspiring geographic wonders, favorable climate and infectious charm make the island much more than just a popular vacation destination. It is among the most environmentally diverse places on Earth, consisting of eight main islands with over 10,000 plant and animal species found nowhere else in the world. National Geographic Hawaii 2018 visually explores the pristine beaches, lush rain forests, waterfalls and mountains, capturing the magic of the islands through a collection of stunning photographs. Each outstanding image is accompanied by a spacious grid with moon phases and international holidays. National Geographic supports vital work in conservation, research, exploration, and education. The calendar includes a 3-year at-a-glance page and is earth friendly, printed with soya-based inks on FSC certified paper.
2018 Hawaii Calendar
Picture yourself on a sunlit, sugar sand beach before a turquoise sea. Now picture yourself on a different beach every month of the year! This "Wish You Were There!" calendar transports you to a tropical paradise all year long. You can almost hear the waves lapping at the sand in this large format calendar with its twelve dazzling full color photographs. Also includes six bonus months of July through December 2017; mon phases; U.S. and international holidays.
Jan.-Pololu Lookout, Feb.-Kailua-Kona, March-Snow-capped Mauna Kea, April-Hula Festival in Hilo, May- Waterfall Hamakua Coast, June-Turtle Sunset, July-Kamoamoa black sand beach, August-Rainbow Falls, Sept.-Volcano eruption, Oct.-Place of refuge, Nov.-Kawaihae and Dec.-Snow capped Mauna Kea.
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