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Things You Must See and Do in Hawaii

Thinking of a vacation to the magical islands of Hawaii? Worry no more because we’re here to help! Discover the history, culture and get ready for the adventures waiting for you on the tropical paradise of the Hawaiian Islands. Feel free to experience the authentic Aloha spirit, and be mesmerized by great beaches plus the stunning scenery the place has to offer for a traveler like you. If somehow you’re looking for a place where you can relax for the duration of your vacation, you can check these luxury houses in Hawaii which offers spectacular views from sunrise to fiery sunset to the endless stretch of turquoise water, these are some of the picture-perfect ingredients for your Hawaiian getaway. These houses are one of the best places to unwind after a day of adventures on land and sea.


Don’t forget to include these activities on your list of things to do on your Aloha State visit. Here’s what in store for you!

See the jaw-dropping landscapes of Kauai. If you want to see the stunning waterfalls, fly high and go for a helicopter tour. Be in awe of the aquatic wonder as you join the catamaran snorkeling excursion. Want to get closer to sea caves, Hawaiian Monk seals, dolphins and sea turtles? Book a Zodiac tour! Kauai is also a perfect island to go for bioluminescent kayak tours or sailing adventures. For those wanting to purchase a kayak, this brilliant range of Sea Eagle Kayaks are an absolute delight to sail in. If you’re looking for a more challenging activity, be ready to hike the legendary coast, a round-trip trail and is being considered as the state’s best backpacking route.

Surf. Surfing in Hawaii is legendary. Each winter, surfers coming from the different parts of the world marvel at the pros during the Vans Triple Crown. Two of the most challenging locations in the world can also be found here namely, Banzai Pipeline and Sunset Beach on Oahu’s North Shore. For a newbie, opt for the South Shore instead. On the other hand, if you want to learn the sport, head directly to Kuhio Beach. For a much calmer water, visit the Big Island’s Kahalu’u Bay in Kona. If you need surfing equipment, head out to the local surf shop.

The treasure of Molokini. Visit this small, crescent moon-shaped island that is actually a partially submerged volcanic crater. It is also known as the Marine Life Conservation District and Hawaii State Seabird Sanctuary. It is also a prime spot for those who would like to see the colorful down under either by molokini snorkel or dive tour. For bird watchers, you can expect to see Wedge-tailed Shearwaters and Bulwers Petrels.

Journey on the road to Hana. Must try food stands, dripping with green ferns bordered by waterfalls are just some of the features of the iconic winding road to Hana. Drive to Haleakala National Park and take a three-hour hike on the Pīpīwai. Here, you can see the stunning bamboo forest and the 400-foot tall Waimoku waterfall. You can also swim while appreciating the views of Oheo Gulch also known as the Seven Sacred Pools.

See the superb sunrise at Haleakala. Head to Maui Nui, it is said to be the entry point to the road to the 10,023-foot summit of the dormant volcano Haleakala. The best time to be there is often 4:30 a.m. It is indeed a magical moment when the sun peaks out above the sea of clouds. A reservation is needed for sunrise viewing so be sure to book early to ensure you can see this magical moment on your visit in the area.

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Drop by at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. There are five active volcanoes in the Aloha State and four of them can be found on Big Island. Be mindful of Kilauea Volcano. It has been erupting continuously since 1983 and is considered to be one of the most active volcanoes in the world. You’ll get a view good view of the crater from the 11-mile Crater Rime Drive and for a bigger challenge, choose to drive the Chain of Craters Road for 19 miles to watch the lava enter the ocean.

Meet the Humpbacks in Maui. Between January to March, you’ll likely see humpbacks whales jumping and splashing off the coast of Maui. As an estimate, more than 10, 000 whales make their way from Alaska to mate, give birth and nurse their young. Hawaii is said to be the only state in the nation where all three activities take place.

Visit Waikiki. Waikiki is the most famous tourist spot well-known for its beach. But there’s more to see and do in the area. Upscale retailers, world-class restaurants, and new hotels are new options beings offered for tourists. Mark down your calendar so you won’t miss the Honolulu Biennial, a contemporary visual arts festival. This exhibition showcases the diversity of arts and culture of approximately 30 artists from the different parts of the world namely, Hawaii, the Pacific Islands, Asia, North America, Australia, and New Zealand.

Have a coffee in Kona. There are hundreds of coffee farms in the area. Be sure to try out the 100 pure Kona coffee. It is island grown, harvested and brewed. It is said to have the distinct taste that can be credited to the high elevation, constant cloud coverage and rich volcanic soil from Hualalai Volcano. Numerous plantations offer tours and history lessons. If you want to dig further into coffee, time your trip to the island’s coffee festivals like Kona Coffee Fest in early November and Kau Coffee Festival in May.

What are you waiting for? Grab your bags and get going. A one of a kind adventure awaits you in the tropical islands of Hawaii. Now, you can make the most out of your dream vacation!

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