Aloha and welcome to the sweet paradise of Hawaii!
Known as a world-renowned vacation spot, Hawaii boasts its beautiful islands filled with white sand beaches and lush flora. Further, the region is known for its delicious food, beautiful people, and an array of activities.
Here, we will list down the places you should visit when you are in Hawaii.
USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor
It is best to begin with a historical place. Head on to to Honolulu to see this #1 tourist destination in the islands of Hawaii. Over two million people visit this site where the World War II began. You can view the five historic sites: USS Arizona Memorial, USS Utah Memorial, USS Oklahoma Memorial, Battleship Row, and Ford Island.
You need to allot a whole day if you plan to visit the whole area. Upon entering, you will receive movie tickets to watch the history of Pearl Harbor. After which, you will have the film and boat tour throughout the vicinity.
A definite must visit is the North Shore of Oahu. It refers to the area between Ka’ena Point and Kahuku point.
This breath taking shores offers larger than life waves, coastlines, and surfing locations. The surf spots includes Waimea Bay, Sunset Beach, and Banzai Pipeline.
Waikiki beach means ‘spouting waters,’ that refers to freshwater rivers that came from the ocean. This beach is the first vacation destination for Hawaiian royalty. Here, you can surf or take paddle lessons. This beach is filled with so much activity that you need to spend days to fully enjoy the place.
You could also visit Duke Kahanamoku statue, Honolulu Zoo, and the Waikiki Aquarium, go to international marketplace for gifts, souvenirs, and a chance to eat local delicacies.
Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park
This wilderness park is one of the most beautiful places on earth. It not only boasts its beauty, but also its cultural history. The park is known for its lavishly flowing waterfalls and freshwater rivers, abundance of flora and fauna, rich supply of natural food sources. This majestic beauty could only be reached by foot or ocean vessel, making it isolated and still virgin.
Haleakala National Park
Situated at the magical island of Maui, this national park sits on the 10,023 ft. dormant Mt. Haleakala. You can visit this adventure filled park for sunrise or sunset, guided activities, hiking, and camping trips.
You must bring different types of clothes due to temperature change. Also, make sure you gas up, bring tons of food and water, and check out the times for their sunrise and sunset.
Road to Hana
If you are still in Maui, visit one of Hawaii’s most beautiful landscape by driving through the Hana Highway. You can see the breathtaking view alone or with your loved one.
These are just some of the places that you can visit on the wonderful region of Hawaii. Make sure you plan your visit thoroughly so you will not be missing any place to visit.