Hawaii offers many great things to do!

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When you are in Hawaii there are plenty of things that will keep you and your loved ones entertained. Here are just some of the great things you can look forward to experiencing in Hawaii:

The Na Pali Coast, Kauai hiking trail is 22 miles round trip. It was originally built during the middle of the 1800s. Only go on this hike if you are experienced and have plenty of courage it has cliff grabbing alarming turns, narrow switchbacks, and sheer drop offs. After passing through five different valleys the path will end at the Kalalau Beach. Once you arrive here, many people like to set up a canopy or a tent and shower in the legendary waterfall located beach side. Visitors are only allowed to stay a total of five nights.

whale scuba diveWhen in Hawaii, you should take the time to see the Humpback Whales in Maui. Humpback whales love to breach, spin, and smack their pectoral fins on the surface of the water. Each year over 10,000 humpback whales travel from Alaska to mate, birth, and care for their young.

Take time to explore the volcanoes in Hawaii. The Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park overs you 333,086 acres to traverse. Stop and see the Steam Vents where steam rises from the Earth’s surface. If you have about four to five hours, you should check out the East Rift Zone. There is also a great hike you can take to see the Puu Loa Petroglyphs where approximately 23,000 images where carved in stone.

Waimes Canyon is Hawaii’s Grand Canyon. It offers you beautiful, picture perfect views.Waimes Canyon It is about 2,750 feet deep, 1.5 miles wide and 13 miles long. It offers you incredible cliffs with orange, red, brown, and green hues. There are different routes you can take to get there. You can drive Waimea Canyon Drive to the Fuu Hinahina and Waimea Canyon lookouts. If you feel up for a hike, you can also take the challenging Fukui Trail that is 2.5 miles long.

Beach and surf enthusiasts will love to watch the extraordinary waves in Oahu. The North Shore of Oahu offers you kids skateboarding, incredible sunsets, and more. To see the best of the best surfers, you should visit when the Vans Tripe Crown of Surfing takes place during November 12 through December 20. This sport is dependent on Mother Nature.

Explore a whole new world underwater by scuba diving with Hawaii’s finest diving school. Hawaii scuba diving has some of the world’s most beautiful dive spots in the world. This Hawaii diving school employs the friendliest and most knowledgeable staff who are committed to helping you have a great time while still keeping you safe.