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The Top 8 Things to do in Hawaii

Is Hawaii on your bucket list? If you have not traveled to Hawaii yet, here as some great ideas of things to do on your first visit.

This Central Pacific archipelago includes hundreds of islands and a diverse range of activities in which to partake. With huge waves, volcanoes, and interesting culture, Hawaii will keep you busy and entertained. These are eight top things to enjoy while visiting the beautiful atoll.

Whale Watching

The ‘Big Island’ is the most popular destination for whale watching in Hawaii. The peak season to catch a glimpse of Humpback whales is from January to March. You have the option to view via a cruise or private boat tour.

Luaus

These traditional ceremonies are a significant source of entertainment on all islands within Hawaii. Take the opportunity to enjoy live dancing, learn about Hawaiian as well as Polynesian culture, and enjoy delectable cuisine.

See a Lava Show

Hop aboard a World-class catamaran to get up and close to the lava fingers as they enter the sea. You will have thoroughly trained staff aboard, and safety is paramount. You can select from a tour in the morning, sunset, day, or twilight tour.

Helicopter Tours

Various tour lines offer unique aerial journeys that allow you to view the breathtaking Hawaiian scenery. From volcanoes and waterfalls to hidden valleys and majestic coastlines. A helicopter tour is truly an ideal way to see the sights.

SUP (Stand-Up Paddle Boarding)

This activity originated in Hawaii and is a derivative of surfing. SUP is soothing and allows you to explore the waterways on your terms. An excellent paddle path to take is from the Lanikai Beach to the Mokulua Islands.

Horseback Riding

Explore the coastline or venture to hidden trails on an exploratory horseback tour. Most companies offer private as well as group tours. Countless ranches and stables are scattered throughout the islands.

Mauna Kea

This dormant volcano is a unique wonder to explore; it erupted over 4,000 years ago. You can hike the summit, but be sure to stop by the Visitor Information Station to check for weather and safety tips. The summit is a premier location for astronomical research housing thirteen of the world’s largest, most powerful telescopes. The observatories are private research facilities and are not open to the public.

Kona Coffee Farm Tour

World-renowned Kona coffee is some of the best gourmet coffee that you can find. Kailua Kona, located on the ‘Big Island’ of Hawaii, is the heart of Kona coffee. Take a tour, and you will get to see processing facilities as well as the coffee fields. Don’t forget to take some home with you!

Grab your gear and take charge of your getaway with these great suggestions that will be sure to make your experience fascinating. Give us a call; we’d love to help you plan the perfect Hawaiian getaway.

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