Top 10 Things to Do in Hawaii
Hawaii lures visitors from around the world with its lush tropical jungles, gorgeous beaches and famous Aloha spirit. Luckily, finding affordable Hawaii flights is not difficult, so getting to these islands doesn’t have to cost a traveller an arm and a leg. Once in Hawaii, most visitors will probably be overwhelmed by the numerous activities that they can engage in and will have a hard time narrowing down their itineraries. To help them choose, here are ten of the best activities that every tourist should try to fit into their vacation. Private tour in Vatican City 

1) Volcanoes National Park, the Big Island of Hawaii. Mauna Loa, which is located on the Big Island of Hawaii, is the most active volcano in the world today. Visitors to this area can actually witness flowing lava as it creeps across the land or flows into the sea. Hawaii flights from other islands are relatively inexpensive and worth the cost to see this incredible sight. Tour guide in Vatican City 

2) USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor, Oahu. This somber and moving memorial pays tribute to the 1,177 crewmen who were killed during the December 7, 1941 attack on the harbor by the Japanese. The surprise attack propelled the United States into World War II.

3) Whale watching boat trip. Humpback whales travel to the waters around the Hawaiian Islands between the months of December to May to give birth to their babies. During the rest of the year, visitors may be able to spy year-round inhabitants, such as sperm whales, while on a whale watching trip.

4) North Shore, Oahu. This seven-mile stretch of beaches is world-famous for having huge gnarly, board-breaking waves during the winter. Professional surfers come from all over the globe to try their luck at taming these monsters.

5) Luau. Everyone should attend a luau at least once while in Hawaii. Most hotels, as well as venues such as Paradise Cove Luau on Oahu or Old Lahaina Luau on Maui, offer these feasts combined with a show that typically spotlights Hawaiian and Polynesian dancers.

6) Waimea Canyon, Kauai. This gorgeous ten-mile-long chasm is also known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. Waimea Canyon features colorful layers of rock and is more than a half mile deep.

7) Snorkeling and scuba diving. The clear blue water surrounding the islands are teeming with beautiful fish and sea turtles, and the water temperature is always welcoming, with the average ranging between 74 and 80 F throughout the year.

8) Ride a mule, Molokai. Travellers who don’t have a fear of heights will want to ride a mule down Molokai’s 1,700-foot-high sea cliffs — the highest in the world — to the forbidden village of Kalaupapa, which is home to a leper colony.

9) ATV ride, Oahu. Go on an ATV ride through Kualoa ranch, which has been the site of numerous movies and television shows, including “Lost” and “Jurassic Park.”
10) Sunset cocktail cruise. A beautiful way to end any day while in Hawaii is on a boat, sipping a cocktail as the sun sets.

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