Hawaii All Inclusive Destination Guide
There is no place on earth like Hawaii. There may be some islands similar, with their tranquil waters, spirit and pumping surf, but Hawaii is that one place in the world where perfection is certainly found at each and every corner of all the magical islands. The second you embark on your Hawaiian vacation you will be welcomed with open arms and a fresh hand-crafted lei to showcase the true Hawaiian culture all wrapped into seconds of being on the islands. The beauty of Hawaii lies in its warm tropical climate, active volcanoes, nature hikes like no other, pineapple fields and most notable its surf. With famous surf breaks on Oahu and Maui, you will fall in love with this place if you have a deep-rooted passion for surfing. All of The Hawaiian Islands were perfectly formed from volcanic activity and some of those volcanoes are still active today. Take a short flight to each of the islands to embrace beauty within. Oahu, Maui, Kauai, Molokai, Lanai and The Big Island all await you. Venture off to Molokai and Lanai for some of the best snorkeling adventures, Oahu for big surf, Maui for a little bit of rest and relaxation and The Big Island to gain the full Hawaiian experience. No matter which island you choose to stay on for the long haul of your tropical oasis vacation, you’ll surely fall in love with the majestic nature of each spot. Take in the beauty of the ocean and the local laid-back lifestyle that creates a lovely spot to vacation all the days of your life.
Hawaii is home to some of the most picturesque beaches of the world, and rightfully so, the place is bursting to the seems with perfection along its shores. Ka’anapali’s Black Rock Beach on Maui is home to ocean recreation like no other. Spend the day out at sea as you snorkel, scuba-dive, sail, kayak, fish or sunbath; whichever adventure you embark on, you’ll love the Black Rock that divides the beach. Lanikai Beach on Oahu is home to one of the best swimming spots in Hawaii with its crystal clear waters and mile-long stretch of white sandy beach. Hanauma Bay also on Oahu is a popular destination as it is home to some of the best snorkeling and swimming sites in the world. Of course you can’t leave Oahu without checking out Honolulu Bay and Waikiki Beach. The Big Island boasts Hapuna Beach State Park where you’ll fall in love with its ivory sand shores, Hulopoe Beach on Lanai is perfect for a quiet getaway, Poipu Beach on Kauai is a famous snorkel spot, and Hanalei Bay Beach again on Kauai is the largest bay on the island. The beaches are in abundance, and if you’re looking for some of the best surf spots in Hawaii, then watch from afar as you venture off to The North Shore of Oahu, Paia, Maui, The South Shore of Oahu, or The North Shore of Kauai.
Currency, Culture, Language:
Currency – American Dollar
Culture – Hawaiian
Language – Hawaiian and English
Attractions & Things To Do:
If this is your first vacation to Hawaii, than you may want to do a little bit of island-hopping to get the full Hawaiian experience. Of course, each island boasts a whole lot of adventure on its own, with hikes, nature walks, horseback riding adventure through the rugged terrain, snorkeling, sailing, golfing, scuba diving, surfing or kayaking like no other, but its in the uniqueness of the island-hopping adventures that you’ll be able to explore the natural beauty of the islands all in one shot. One of the most visited tourist attractions in Hawaii is of course the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park located on The Big Island. Here you’ll walk along the dramatic volcanic landscape and stand in front of Mauna Loa, the world’s most massive volcano. You’ll then want to venture off to Puuhonua o Honaunau National Historical Park on the Big Island where you’ll take in the 182-acres of archeology of the ancient Hawaiians. Oahu of course is popular for its infamous North Shore surfing, and is also well-known for its markets, the USS Arizona Memorail, Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, botanical gardens and The Diamond Head State Monument. Hike through the historical trail or get lost in the markets as you travel through the days of adventure while on Oahu. If you’re looking to get back to nature than venture off to The Haleakala National Park on Maui, go on a helicopter ride there, swim in the famous seven pools or take the picturesque drive up the Hana Highway. Embrace the solidarity of Molokai and Lanai as you venture off on a snorkel day trip there, or take to the beaches of the town you choose to stay in. No matter what adventure you embark on while in Hawaii, you’ll remember it forever.
Dining & Nightlife:
Hawaiian cuisine is all about using the freshest ingredients and mastering a culinary Hawaiian twist to each dish. Some of the most notable restaurants to explore are to pick up a plate lunch at The Fish Market in Paia, Aloha Mixed Plate on Maui, or Kakaako Kitchen on Oahu. Enjoy Roy’s Restaurant on Oahu where Chef Roy Yamaguchi takes local ingredients and brings ethnic flair to each dish, Dondero’s on Kauai delivers the perfect romantic setting, island style and Dukes on Maui is the perfect place to take in a little bit of authentic Hawaiian cuisine.
If you’re looking for a little bit of nightlife than your best bet is to explore the live music venues and bars in Oahu’s Honolulu Bay and Waikiki Beach or venture off to The Big Island for a night on the town.
Why We Like It:
We love Hawaii because it is perfectly secluded from all the mayhem of the mainland, and creates a perfect tropical oasis that is so close to civilization, yet you feel like your miles and miles away. Hawaii is one of our favourite destinations because it showcases its perfection through nature, surfing and simplicity. Whenever you venture off to the islands of Hawaii you will not only fall in love with its sweet island smells, but will be mesmerized by the views, no matter which island you hop on over to.