Friday, 20 November 2015

The Beauty of the Hawaiian Islands

Why Choose Hawaii

Hawaii is like no other place on earth. It is the only state in the United States made up entirely of islands and is home to one of the most active volcanoes, and the world's tallest sea mountain. It is also the birthplace of modern surfing and the hula.

Hawaii has many tourist attractions and travel activities with something for everyone’s ages, tastes and budgets. From adrenaline to a relaxing day out, don’t you worry you will never be bored while you’re in Hawaii. You can take your pick, from bungee jumping to white water sports, canoeing, diving, snorkelling, gliding, paragliding, horse riding, hunting, jet boarding, sky boarding and so much more.

Looking for some great ways to entertain the kids? Well how about visiting a chocolate factory, animal park, zoo or butterfly house. Want something more active, well how about a friendly quad biking race, horse-trekking, paintball, railways, sailing charters, white water rafting and bowling. There’s always something to keep you and the rest of the family entertained in Hawaii.

When you realise just how much there is to see in Hawaii, you may want to extend your holiday so you can have even more time to explore the rest, but don’t worry no matter how long you have, you can still enjoy some great sightseeing tours and opportunities from air, land or sea using a variety of transport including coaches, planes, horses, quad bikes, mountain bikes and trams. Lets take a closer look.

Maui Island

The island of Maui features a large quantity of beaches, especially along the west coast, from black sand to palm-lined strands, each beach is unique. The climate is magnificent too; this will attract tourists all over the world but mainly tourists that live in cold, rainy areas such as England for example.

If you go to Maui I recommend you to try and experience all the different activities that the island offers such as, biking, camping, diving, fishing, kayaking, parasailing/hang gliding and so much more that it will keep you entertained at all times in this brilliant holiday. If I was you, I would not want to miss one bit of fun!

You can also explore Maui's Underwater Wonders, the warmness, the crystal-like clarity, the outstanding living coral reefs and the numerous coloured sea life, all within easy reach. Hawaiian waters are perfect for snorkelling! On Maui, you can also double the choice/pleasure and combine snorkelling with sailing how about that?

During the winter months, the waters around Maui are home to the magnificent humpback whales, this would be the picture-perfect moment for tourists that are interested in animal life to come to Maui and observe the most beautiful scenery of their lives.

Last but not least Maui also offers Volcano tours, tourists get really intrigued and excited about this because they just feel like there’s something about being near the energy of a still active volcano. The youngest volcano on the island of Hawaii is called Kilauea and it continues little small eruptions that can most safely be seen from an airplane tour or by a helicopter ride. Do you want to be next and see this breath-taking experience?

Kauai Island

The Island of Kauai is situated in the mid-pacific, part of the Hawaiian archipelago. This island has been given a nickname “The Garden Isle” because of the tropical rainforest that covers much of its surface.

Kauai is covered in bright green valleys, sharp mountain points and sharp cliffs. It has been centuries of growth that have formed tropical rainforests, rivers and cascading waterfalls, these natural attractions are perfect for sightseeing. Some parts of Kauai are only accessible by sea or air, which makes most of the views stunning and beyond your imagination.

The Kauai Island is home to a variety of different activities, such as kayaking, biking, fishing, horseback riding, hiking and lots more. If you’re looking for an outdoor adventure then sailing the Nepali Coast is the thing you’re looking for, if not then you’ve also got the ziplining above Kauai’s luxurious hills that will certainly take your breath way.

Your Kauai shopping experience won’t be complete without some Kauai souvenirs and gifts to bring home. Explore Kauai’s shopping it offers a wide-range selection of local boutiques, art galleries, and craft fairs, Kauai gifts and souvenir sand shopping centres.

Napali Coast Tours are the main attraction for Kauai boat tours. This attraction will leave you in shock as your eyes wander from sea level towards the hanging hills and razor back edges thousands of feet above the ocean. Experience the exhilarating adventure of a Kauai snorkelling tour, sightseeing along the Napali and whale watching adventure; you will not want to miss it.

A helicopter tour of Kauai is the best way to explore the sharp centres of the island without getting your feet dirty and muddy all the time. A thrilling helicopter ride through Kauai’s inaccessible interiors will give you a bird’s eye view of some of the world’s most hidden beauty you have ever seen in all your life.

Oahu Island

The island of Oahu is also known as “The Gathering Place”. The clear blue waters of Kailua Beach meet the city Honolulu. The historic architecture of Iolani Palace meets the timeless memorials of Pearl Harbour. The big city of Waikiki meets the small town of Haleiwa on the North Shore. Whether you’re hiking on the iconic Leahi enjoying some of Hawaii’s best shopping, or simply relaxing on the sands of the island’s beautiful beaches, you’ll find variety at every turn on Oahu.

Oahu is certainly a shopper’s paradise; you’ll find everything from open air shopping centres and high-end retailers to charming boutiques and local speciality stores. Waikiki shopping centres like the DFS Galleria and the Royal Hawaiian Centre offer a variety of items you can only find in Hawaii, like for example a ukulele and Hawaiian arts and crafts to designer fashion and high-end jewellery.

With warm waters and pleasant weather all year long, Oahu provides endless opportunities for water activities. One of the most popular is taking a surfing lesson on world famous Waikiki Beach. Other than surfing you can also take a group canoe ride off to Waikiki Beach. Snorkelling and swimming at spots like Hanauma Bay or at one of Oahu’s beautiful beaches can also be fun for the whole family. Take a sunset cruise or sailing excursion and you may even see a humpback during whale watching season, which is December through May.

Other popular water sports consist of jet skiing, parasailing, wind surfing, kite surfing, wakeboarding and bodyboarding. With so much to do, you will see why adventure thrives in the deep blue ocean surrounding Oahu.

If you want to see Oahu from a different point of view then I recommend you the helicopter tours and skydiving adventure. With the helicopter tours you will be able to fly over the green hills of the Windward Coast and the majestic cityscapes of Honolulu. But if you’ve always wanted to feel that rush and that adrenaline of skydiving then there’s no better place to do it than on Oahu’s north shore.

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