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5 Things You Should Do on a Hawaii Vacation
Have you recently decided to vacation in Hawaii? If so, congratulations! You are well on your way to having a fun and exciting time. After all, there is a reason why Hawaii is known as one of the best vacation destinations in the world!
Although vacationing on a Hawaiian Island alone is enough to make your next vacation absolutely amazing, there are some additional steps that you may want to take. To maximize your next vacation and make it the best possible, please continue reading on for some helpful tips.
1 – Rent a Hawaii Vacation Rental
Yes, you can stay at one of the many available Hawaii hotels and resorts, but you may want to book a stay at a private Hawaii vacation rental. Why? There are a number of benefits to doing so. One of those benefits is privacy. With most vacation rentals, you and your traveling party are the only vacationers onsite. You also get many of the comforts of home, including a fully furnished kitchen where you are able to prepare your own meals!
What is nice about staying at a vacation rental, aside from the privacy is all of the choices that you have. Hawaiian vacation rentals are found on all of the popular islands and they come in a number of different formats. You can rent a Hawaii vacation home, cottage, villa, condo, or an apartment. With a number of great features, possibly including a dishwasher, washer, dryer, and a fully furnished kitchen, they are great for extended Hawaii vacations.
2 – Rent a Car
In addition to making reservations for a Hawaii vacation rental, you should also make reservations for a car rental. Yes, there is public transportation available in Hawaii, but there are a number of benefits to renting your own vehicle. These benefits include the freedom to come and go as you please, as well as privacy. You don’t have to worry about sharing a bus or a taxi with others.
Cars, as you know, come in a number of different makes and models. Whether you are traveling alone or with a large group, you should be able to find a rental car that is perfect for your needs. If you want to spend most of your trip to Hawaii out exploring and sightseeing, it may be in your best interest to rent a car that gets good gas mileage.
3 – Take a Hawaii Dinner Cruise
One of the reasons why Hawaii is a popular vacation destination is because of all of the activities you can enjoy. One activity that you will want to closely examine is that of a dinner cruise. Hawaii dinner cruises are popular and available on most of the Hawaiian Islands.
If you do decide to take a dinner cruise, examine those that can be considered multi-cruises. For example, can you sightsee or whale watch as well? Look for dinner cruises that advertise whale watching as an activity or choose a cruise that will take you to a beautiful destination, such as the Napali Coast on Kauai.
4 – Go Sightseeing
Whether you stay at a Hawaii vacation resort or a private vacation rental, you may find yourself not wanting to leave. With that said, Hawaii is a place that you should get out and explore. It doesn’t matter which Hawaiian island you choose to visit, there are a number of attractions that are commonly referred to as a sightseer’s dream.
On Big Island, you will find Mauna Kea, Waipio Valley, the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Kauai, as previously stated, is home to the Napali Coast, as well as the Waimea Canyon and the Wailua River. When vacationing on Kauai, you can visit Pearl Harbor, the Iolani Palace, and visit Waikiki Beach. Maui is home to the Ioa Valley, the scenic Hana Highway, and the Haleakala Crater. For a large number of attractions that are often referred to as hidden treasures, visit the less popular islands of Molokai and Lanai.
5 – Learn to Surf
Hawaii, especially the island of Oahu is known for its pristine surfing conditions. Don’t know how to surf? That is fine. In fact, there is no better time to learn. It is an adventure, which you will never forget.
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