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Things to do in Hawaii
Honolulu - pay homage at Pearl Harbor
Pearl Harbour will always be in the mind of every American each December, and a trip to the museum where much of what happened is on show should be included in every trip to the islands. The harbour is a beautiful, yet somber place. Make sure you take the time to visit the USS Arizona memorial, where so many sailors lost their lives.
Honolulu - ride the surf at Waikiki Beach
Probably the most famous beach in the world, Waikiki Beach in Honolulu, is a mecca for beach lovers and surfers alike. The beaches are filled with sun lovers, and the waters with surfers. There are also numerous restaurants and hotels along the beach front for you to chill and relax and maybe enjoy some of the amazing Hawaiian cuisine, or a cocktail or two.
Kaanapali - buy souvenirs at the Kaanapali Whalers Shopping Village
When you have finished enjoying the amazing beach, the shopping center at Kaanapali Whalers Village, offers a selection of boutique shops and restaurants. With over 90 different stores to choose from, there should be something here for everyone. Also at the village is a museum that covers the history of the whaling industry of the islands, as well as some of the underwater flora and fauna of the region.
Kaanapali - swim with turtles at Black Rock
Voted as one of the best beaches in the world, Kaanapli Beach is 3 miles of stunning beach, which ends in a rocky promontory, known as Black Rock, which is also one of the best snorkeling sites of the islands, especially if you can locate some of the turtles that swim in the region. As well as beautiful sand and warm waters, there is also a lovely walk that runs parallel to the beach, that makes a pleasant change.
Kailua-Kona - buy Hawaiian souvenirs or handicrafts
It is always hard to know what to bring back from a holiday as a memento, but a trip to Kailua Kona, gives you a wide range of choices both from natural produce or handicrafts. Particular favorites are the island’s local coffee or the beautiful aloha shorts or flower leis. For a real memento look for necklaces or small picture frames made from Koa wood. If you really want to impress your friends, come home with a traditional canoe paddle.
Kapaa - take a plunge with a days SCUBA diving
There are a number of diving sites for you to enjoy in Hawaii. One of the better sites is off Kauai, on Kapaa, which is one of the oldest inhabited of the islands. Both shore dives and boat dives are available, and the dive sites are of various depths, suitable for all levels of experience. Be sure to bring your certification in order to hire tanks for non guided dives.
Kilauea - view the lava flow of Kilauea
Being situated on the Ring of Fire means that there is always something happening on the island and a trip to the lava flow of Kilauea which is the most active volcano in the US is one of the most amazing sites on the island. Here you can actually see the lava slowly making its way down to the seashore and slowly cool. The Akaka falls are also nearby which a number of the tours also include.
Poipu - take a chance to see Spouting Horn
The volcanic creation of the islands means that some isleands are riddled with tubes left over from thousands of years ago, and where these are on the edges of the ocean, all kinds of opportunities present themselves. One of the more impressive of these is the Spouting Horn, at Poipu, where water is forced through an old volcanic tube as each wave comes in and explodes upwards, sometimes to a height of 50 metres.
Waikoloa - get close to dolphins at the Dolphin Quest
Opened in 1988 the Dolphin Quest experience, at Waikoloa was the first of the purpose built lagoons, where dolphin experiences are held daily. Whether you want to just get up close with these magnificent animals for a short time, or want to be a trainer for the day or even for a week, here there is something for everyone, including a unique, birthday package.
Wailea-Makena - take a trip to the shopping center
Those who love their shopping and are visiting Waikoloa, should take a trip to the shopping center at Wailea, where they can enjoy their time looking around the extensive choice of shops. There are both local boutique shops as well as national chains to choose from, plus a range of dining opportunities that will suit both adults and young families. Make sure to try the local ice cream from Lapperts.
Introduction of Hawaii
Hawaii is one of the world's most popular tourist destinations and it is easy to see why. As the newest of all US states, it is made up of a range of stunning islands, all of which are home to a variety of Hawaii hotels. The archipelago lies in the Pacific Ocean in between the United States of America, Japan and Australia. The natural beauty here is astounding and Hawaii boasts white sand beaches, clear water, volcanoes and a tropical climate. Biologists, surfers and tourists are most commonly found in hotels in Hawaii. The vast majority of establishments can be found in the capital of Honolulu, although they are also thickly spread around everywhere else. The properties range from high-end luxury lodgings to more modest beach bungalows. During the peak season demand can get particularly high, so make sure you book in advance if you have specific requirements such as price or facilities.