Hawaii is one of the most popular year round destinations. It offers tropical weather, natural beauty, and outstanding accommodations. Today, we will layout our top things to do in these magical islands. There are plenty of activities for families, couples, honeymooners, or anyone that is seeking a fabulous vacation.
Oahu, is referred to the gathering place. You'll find variety at every turn in Oahu. From the ancient to the modern. Experience the Arizona Memorial, and Missouri Battleship at Pearl Harbor, and remember those who served in World War II. Waikiki Beach, is lined with hotels and huge resorts. There's plenty of space for everyone. Great restaurants and shopping are near by. Catch a wave, and enjoy the surf, or jump on board a snorkel cruise, right from the beach. Insiders tip, the hike, bike, sail, and snorkel tours offer the best of everything.
There's so much to do in Maui, most visitors don't know where to start. See Maui from above, in a helicopter, where you can enjoy views of Maui's most exciting areas. Including Hana, the Seven Pools, and world's famous windsurfing beach. Hit the links for a game of golf on one of Maui's championship golf courses. Find yourself encircled, by migrating humpback whales, and their calves, as you sail on a catamaran during the winter months. One of our favorite activities is Downhill Maui. After watching the sunrise, desend thrity-eight miles by bike, down the Summit of Haleakala. A short ferry ride away, is another hidden gem. Lanai.
On this pristine island, two four seasons resorts, provide one of a kind experiences. Enjoy unique culinary capabilities. How about seared tuna, over hot lava rock? Play a round of golf, at the spectacular experience at Koele, or challenge at Manele. Go off the road on your own ATV, to explore four-hundred miles of trails and unpaved roads. That lead to some amazing wild beauty. Explore Kauai via land, sea, or air, and discover fifty miles of heavenly beaches. From Polihua Beach, to Hanalei Bay. Visit the charming historic towns by Hanapepe, and Koloa Town, where no building is taller than a coconut tree. My favorite, is exploring the rugged and beautiful Napali Coast on a guided tour. Take a day trip down Waimea Canyon, commonly referred to as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Relax and take a leisurely kayak trip down the Wailua River, to the fern grotto. Tour one of Kauai's best botanical gardens there spectacular.
Aloha! The Big Island
Hawaii is often referred to as The Big Island. Hawaii isn't just big, it's still growing. It's the youngest island in the chain, and is also by far the biggest. Providing a stunning variety of environments to discover natural beauty. This is the home of one of the world's most active volcano, Kilauea. The tallest sea mountain in the world, and more than thirty-three thousand feet, Mauna Kea. Enjoy the different climate zones, of lush rain forests, to volcanic deserts, snow capped mountain tops, to beautiful black sand beaches. Whether you are seeking a romantic getaway, or a journey off the beaten track, you will discover it all on Hawaiian Islands.