The Big Island Hawaii is the place to head for a whole range of activities from helicopter sightseeing tours down to a round of golf in one of its eighteen courses available. Both ways, you can see the views of the Pacific coastline with ocean and mountain scenes with carved out lava flows.
Iconic sights include the Mauna Loa, Volcano Kilauea at the Volcanoes National Park, rainforests, waterfalls and macadamia nut farms! But if you’re more into your fish than your nuts, then there is great deep sea fishing at the Big Island Hawaii. Kona coast is a great place to fish for Mahimahi, Marlin, Ono and Ahi. There is fabulous marine life so if you want to leave the boat and go snorkeling or scuba diving, there is plenty to see.
When you’re finished splashing in the inviting seas, take a break by visiting the numerous Big Island farms. It’s a magical hothouse where you can see orchids, honey, coffee, chocolate, exotic fruits and more.
Another place to explore is Kauai, which is around twenty minutes by air from Honolulu. Kauai is the oldest and most northern of the main Hawaiian islands. The local people live their lives by goddess power and ancient wisdom and they invite you to discover the legendary aloha spirit that abounds this friendly garden island. During the year there is chance to see historic events and culture, with parades, hula shows, Iuau and concerts.
Maui is otherwise known as Paradise Island. The ocean that surrounds Maui is warm all year and temperatures average 75 in winter, and 82 in the summer. Maui is a great place to surf as the waves are bigger on the north shores during winter and the south shores in the summer. See the whales when they visit between December and April. But if Paradise Island isn’t enough, then explore Oahu. This Hawaiian island has a town and country feel. Where ever you visit in Hawaii, you are guaranteed to discover a whole new world.