Whether you are traveling to Hawaii for the first time or considering a return visit, Hawaii has boundless opportunities for anyone seeking an escape. From expansive golf courses to ATV rides or simply for a visit at the local markets, Hawaii’s six different islands are an amazing welcoming destination for family holiday, friends retreat, and honeymooners. There is no doubt that holiday in Hawaii is a fascinating choice to any of us.  With so many activities to enjoy in Hawaii, the hardest part is deciding where to start.  So for soft landing, I am listing a short variety of cool activities that meets the budget of the rich and the poor.

Top 5 Activities in Hawaii

1. Golfing

With more than 70 different courses to choose from, Hawaii is a golfer’s paradise offering incredible scenery and unique holes for all levels of players. Courses on all six islands offer challenges to golfers that only mother nature herself could create, including exotic volcanic rough and bodies of water so breath taking that taking your attention away from them could be the biggest challenge. Extreme golf enthusiasts can head over to the Kohala Coast, nicknamed the “Golf Capital of Hawaii” thanks to its lush resorts with unforgettable courses. Popular places to golf here include the Hualalai Golf Course designed by Jack Nicklaus and the champion formed Mauna Launi Resort. Hualalai also offers a Kings’ Course fit for any royalty.

2. Hiking Trails

Nature enthusiasts can enjoy Hawaii up close and personal by climbing up some of the islands exotic trails to enjoy nature the way it was meant to be seen- one step at a time. Visitors and hiking experts looking to escape the crowds of everyday life can venture off to Kauai Island where nature has won the battle against human kind and runs on for miles. For an intimate experience with the lands try the Pipiwai Trail to Waimoku Falls, a less popular spot and further away from the most well-known tourist destinations. Visitors staying in more popular vacation spots like Honolulu can still enjoy a moment of reprieve too. The Diamond Head Summit Trail in Oahu is perfect for a family. In close proximity to Honolulu, it is easy enough for the kids to take on while still offering beautiful scenic views.

3. Biking Trails

If you are looking to mix nature with a little endurance then you are in luck. Nothing speaks to seasoned cyclists and rookie peddlers like the awe striking views of some of Hawaii’s exotic sparkling coats. For an endless view of the water cyclists can head to Ke Ala Hele Makalae, Hawaiian for “The Path that Goes by the Coast.” This path runs from the coast of Nawiliwili to Anahola with plenty of chances for cyclers to stop at a beach along the way. The Pearl Harbor bike path is also a great way to mix exercise with a little bit of history for a ride the whole family can enjoy.

4. ATV Rides and Zip Lining

Of course some of us are just born with a need for speed. If that sounds like you, there are locations in all six islands for visitors to enjoy the scenic views of Hawaii while revving up their engines on an ATV. Or zip line rides through seemingly untouched land offer a quick scenic sight that will literally take your breath away.

5. International Market Place

Then again, if you feel that all the luxuries of Hawaii should come with at least a small price tag then rest assured, the International Market Place in the heart of Waikiki is the perfect place for shoppers to unite. With a rich history and over 100 merchants selling one-of-a-kind goods, treat yourself to something special and pick up something for everyone in your family too.

Anytime is the best time to travel to Hawaii where weather is concerned, here in the islands the weather stays beautiful just about every time of the year. But for lower airfares, it is best to book a Hawaii holidays in advance and avoid high-travel time, which occurs from mid December to mid April. With so much to do and so much to see, it is a wonder you aren’t dancing the hula already.  Aloha!


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