Things to do in Hawaiian Islands

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Hawaii is truly a paradise on earth. Pristine sun-kissed beaches, turquoise waters, lush green mountains, cascading waterfalls, rich tropical rainforests, seaside cliffs, and active volcanoes are what’s in store for you in Hawaii for an ultimate tropical adventure.

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Things to do in Kauai

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Kauai, ‘The Garden Isle’ or nicknamed ‘Island of Discovery’ is truly a spectacular island blessed with sandy beaches, canyons, mountains, and cliffs for a perfect romantic getaway with your partner. Here are some of the things to do in Kauai.

1. Visit Waimea Canyon

Waimea Canyon is a must-visit attraction in Kauai. Also known as the ‘Grand Canyon of the Pacific’ it is 900 m deep and 16 km long. You can take a helicopter tour, drive or even hike to enjoy the stunning views of the Canyon.

2. Tour the Napali Coast

Taking a boat tour is the ideal way to witness the soaring cliffs, coastal caves, and waterfalls along the Napali Coast. You will be treated with mesmerizing views without a doubt.

3. Observe seals at Poipu Beach

At Poipu Beach, you will get to observe Hawaiian monk seals sunbathing. You are advised to keep a 45m distance from them.

Things to do in Oahu

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Oahu is everyone’s favorite. Oahu has everything from fancy, luxurious resorts and restaurants, galleries, and museums to culinary delights and spectacular nightlife. Hawaii’s capital cities Honolulu and Waikiki are the star attractions in Oahu.

1. Explore Waikiki on a 1-hour Walking Tour

Learn about the history of Waikiki with a tour guide in a one-hour Walking tour of Waikiki! You will look at Waikiki in a different prospect after!

2.Explore culture at Polynesian Cultural Center

This center presents the culture of Hawaii through song and dance. At the center, you can get a Fijian tattoo, go canoeing or simply enjoy watching fire dancers or dancers performing on floating boats.

3.Explore Pearl Harbor

If you are a lover of history, Pearl Harbor is for you. Here you will find the USS Arizona Memorial, Battleship Missouri Memorial, where documents to end the war between Japan and US were signed, Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, and USS Bowfin Submarine Museum to explore.

4.Discover hidden places on West of Oahu

Are you one of those who want to visit the not-so-famous spots where it’s not crowded? If your answer is yes, then you will like Oahu’s West! Get in a mermaid cave, visit a bird sanctuary and be amazed by the sights and sounds that nature has to offer. If you get time, visit the Aulani Resort ( Disney Resort). On your way to the Ka’ena point, stop at the beautiful Ko Olina, and click Instagram-worthy images. After the fairly easy hike to Ka’ena Point, enjoy a good swim in the crystal clear water. If you are lucky, you can spot monk seals on this hike! You also get to visit a local rum distillery and learn about rum.

5.Go skydiving over the North Shore

If you are an adrenaline junkie, you should definitely try skydiving in Oahu. An instructor will be jumping with you so that you can take in the breathtaking views while you skydive without hassle.

6. Go on a Circle Island Tour of Oahu

If you are passionate about knowing the history of Hawaii while exploring the natural wonders of the islands, then the Small Group Circle Island Tour of Oahu can be your best pick.

Though the tour is 8 to 9 hours, it covers more than 25 famous places on Oahu. On the Circle Island Tour, get ready to be captivated by the matchless beauty of the island. Visit temples, beaches, and farms, and make the most of your day! You will have a guide who will take you on this breathtaking journey that you will never forget.