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Hawaiian Leis

Start off your Hawaiian vacation with the “Aloha Spirit” right as you step off the plane with an airport lei greeting.  Hawaii Lei Greetings are a great way to begin your Hawaiian vacation.  Whether you are traveling with family, significant other, or just by yourself, airport lei greetings are sure to please everyone in your party and Top 10 Hawaii can help to get your vacation started off right by reserving your Hawaii Lei Greeting today.  Whatever island should you choose to visit, top-10-hawaii.com will have the best Hawaiian leis with the best prices waiting for you. 

Lei Greetings in Hawaii are customized and designed specifically for you.  You can choose from a variety of Hawaiian leis. Hawaii Lei Greetings are a traditional way to welcome you to the islands.   Lei Greetings in Hawaii are a sure way to begin your Hawaiian vacation in style.  Choose from a variety of Hawaiian leis that fit your needs and the occasion.  Lei Greetings in Hawaii are waiting for you today; all you have to do is book through top-10-hawaii.com for the best prices and for your satisfaction.  Hawaii Lei Greetings with Top 10 Hawaii will for sure get you in the Aloha Spirit right at the start of your Hawaiian vacation.

Hawaii Lei Greetings were a born tradition when they were introduced to the Hawaiian Islands by early Polynesian voyagers who journeyed from Tahiti to the Hawaiian Islands.  Hawaiian leis were worn to distinguish themselves from others.   In the late 1800’s when boats were bringing visitors to the Islands,   they were greeted with beautiful, fragrant Hawaiian leis.  This was the Hawaiian way of welcoming someone to the island.  One popular legend that lives today is that when someone leaves the island, you are to throw your Hawaiian lei into the water, and if it floats back towards the beach, then one day you too, shall return back to the Hawaiian Islands.   Lei Greetings in Hawaii quickly became a symbol of Hawaii to visitors worldwide.

The Hawaiian word for garland or wreath is “lei”.  Hawaiian leis are usually made up from a variety of native flowers..  In the Polynesian culture, a lei is given to someone as a sign of affection or to honor them.  Hawaiian leis are used to beautify someone as well.  Today, Lei Greetings in Hawaii are given for love, appreciation, friendship, recognition, and as a way of saying congratulations

Today, air travel makes visiting Hawaii much more convenient and with an airport lei greeting, you are sure to start your vacation off in style,.  Whether you arrive at the Kona international Airport or any other Hawaiian Island, Hawaii Lei greetings will get you in the Aloha spirit right away.  Our Hawaiian leis can be any combination of the following:  Dendrobium Orchids, Carnations, Plumerias, and/or tuberose.   Through top-10-hawaii.com, you can have the perfect Lei Greetings in Hawaii.

For Kona Airport arrivals, once you exit the terminal before entering the baggage claim area, you will see a personalized welcome sign with your name or group’s name on it, and it is there that you will start your vacation off right with your Hawaii Lei greetings. 

Want a great keepsake that can be kept and worn for years?  Are you or someone in your party allergic to real flowers?  Try one of our Silk Hawaiian leis.  Need a fun and creative alternative for the kids?  You can make candy Hawaiian leis (type of candy varies with each lei).  The kids in your party will love this!

Let Top 10 Hawaii help you start making your vacation memories before you even leave the airport with your personalized Lei Greetings in Hawaii.  Through top-10-hawaii.com, you can book your memories today and we will have your airport lei greetings ready to greet you.  Enjoy your vacation and start it off in style.  You and everyone in your party are sure to save money and get in the Aloha spirit by booking your Hawaii Lei Greetings with Top 10 Hawaii today. 

      
 
      
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