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Put Hawaii on Your Bucket List

There are numerous iconic spots in Hawaii that need to be seen by first-time visitors for them actually to believe; however, there are some less famous gems that most locals know about and are sure to be worthy of your time.

 

Hawaiian Islands

If you are considering spending your vacation in the Hawaiian Islands, then you must know there are so many activities to pick from on each isle. Each island in Hawaii has its distinct features and vibe, as well as a cultural history.

Oahu is one of the most visited islands in Hawaii, it is referred to as- The Gathering Place, it has the highest population of full-time residents within the island chain. There are so many famous sights to explore in Oahu such as Wakiki, Pearl Harbor, North Shore beaches and more.

The Island of Hawaii is often called The Big Island based on the fact that it is the largest isle in the Hawaiian Islands. Rich in culture and some geographical history, it also houses three active volcanoes, black sand beaches, amazing waterfalls, coffee farms, etc.

Maui is the most famous island in Hawaii for snorkeling, golf, watching tours, sightseeing and enjoying water sports.  We took a few friends and co-workers to celebrate 10 years in business for our little tow truck company in Arizona.  This island also houses the Pineapple Isle (islands of Lana’i) and the Friendly Isle (Moloka’i).

 

Also, there is the Garden Isle (Kaua’i) which offers every visitor a chance to fall in love with the lively and culturally diverse environment. Visitors can hike the Na Pali Coastline, see ancient taro fields, the Waimea Canyon and also learn Hawaiian culture and history in Hanapepe and Old Koloa Town.

 

BEST THINGS TO DO IN HAWAII

  • Snorkeling
  • Whale Watching
  • Golfing
  • Sightseeing
  • Beach Hopping
  • Cultural Attractions
  • Surfing
  • Luaus
  • Spa
  • Hiking
  • Helicopter tours
  • Stand Up Paddle Boarding
  • Zip lining
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Visiting Farmer’s Markets
  • Horseback Riding
  • Visiting the Local Farms
  • Stage Shows
  • Camping
  • Wind Surfing

 

 

 

Traditional Hawaiian Foods You Must Eat

Most of the traditional foods of Hawaii are brought from the Pacific Polynesian Islands. Now, the Hawaiian Islands include a diverse demographic of ethnicities individually adding to their on flavors.