Hawaii is a beautiful place to take pictures. Instagram is “a beautiful and fun way to share your photos.” Here’s what makes Hawaii Instagram photos so amazing!
Hawaii + Instagram = A Visual Travel Journal
Taking pictures of your trip to Hawaii is so easy with Instagram. Take your smartphone out, snap a photo of the beach, and post it on Instagram.
Take this challenge: upload 5 photos of Hawaii every day during your vacation. Places you saw, meals you enjoyed, friends you met. After your vacation, you can view your Hawaii Instagram photos as a visual journal of your travels.
Best of all, your friends and family can enjoy seeing what you see during your trip. It’s a fun way to share your paradise with them!
A Hawaii Instagram Love Affair
Who doesn’t love Hawaii? With so much to discover, Hawaii is a perfect place to spend a vacation. There are outdoor activities, ocean sports, beautiful mountains and beaches, award-winning restaurants, historic landmarks and much more.
Instagram is the most popular photo-sharing app. It’s popularity was justified earlier this year when Facebook bought the company. Anyone who starts using Instagram to share photos immediately falls in love with the app.
Just look at these Instagram photos and you’ll see what I mean.
Hawaii + Instagram = Daily Inspiration
Looking for inspiration? Hawaii inspires people everyday with its beautiful beaches, gorgeous sunsets and breathtaking landscapes.
But if you’re not in Hawaii, how will these places inspire you? On Instagram!
Check out the discoverhawaii Instagram feed for inspirational photos of Hawaii.
Update: Instagram Photo Maps
Instagram 3.0 launched today, August 16th. Now you can view all our photos on an interactive map! Follow @discoverhawaii on Instagram to see more.
About the author
Jonah Kaimana is a blogger and social media specialist at Discover Hawaii Tours. Jonah was born and raised on the island of Oahu and writes about company news and related updates. Jonah loves sharing the wonders of Hawaii with readers around the world. Read more of Jonah's blog posts.