The 14 Types of People You’ll Meet In Hawaii – Which One Are You?

There are inevitably several different types of people you’ll meet anywhere — but nowhere is that more true than in Hawaii. Because the islands are such a melting pot of cultures, lifestyles, and personalities, you are sure to meet one of these individuals during your time in Hawaii — whether you’ve lived here forever, have recently moved, or are merely on vacation.

So, tell us, which one of these people you’ll meet in Hawaii are you? Maybe you’re a mix? Which of these types of people is your favorite? Let us know in the comments, then click here to discover why People From Hawaii Are The Best Kind Of People You’ll Ever Meet — whether they are avid surfers or obsessed with yoga!

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Hawaii Locals

October 19, 2020

What are the people of Hawaii like?

Hawaii locals are absolutely incredible, with few exceptions, of course. In Hawaii, the Aloha Spirit runs deep and the locals are laid-back, happy, and barely stressed. They also love the beach, local food, and exploring spots hidden from tourists. Bottom line: those who call the Hawaiian Islands home are the best people you will ever meet.

Do Hawaii locals have any strange habits?

Of course, they do! In addition to these 11 weird things only people from Hawaii do, many locals refuse to use their car horns, eat more Spam per capita than any other state, and welcome geckos into their homes with open arms. Did you know that geckos not only eat up all of those unwanted bugs that somehow make their way into your home but are considered lucky?

What are some of the most common misconceptions people have about Hawaii?

Because the Hawaiian Islands are so removed from the rest of the world — after all, the Aloha State is the most isolated population center in the entire world — many people have misconceptions about the people who live here and the islands themselves. Contrary to popular belief, people from Hawaii do more than surf, spend time at the beach drinking Mai Tais, and playing the ukulele in our Hawaiian shirts. For specific examples, you might want to read about the 10 Stereotypes About Hawaii That Need To Be Put To Rest Right Now.

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