Fun Activities to Do While in Hawaii
There are an endless amount of things you can do on your next visit to Hawaii.
From surfing to snorkeling, the islands offer a wide range of activities for all types of people.
If the thought of figuring out what to do feels overwhelming, we've done the hard part for you. Scroll below for 10 things you must do on your next Hawaiian vacation.
Pearl Harbor Tour
You can't visit Hawaii without seeing Pearl Harbor. This tour will take you all around the historic landmark without having to wait in long lines.
Two-Hour Turtle Canyon Snorkel Tour
Tour the stunning Turtle Canyon on this epic snorkeling adventure. You'll never be closer to sea turtles in your life.
Ka Moana Lu'au
Attending a lu'au is something you can't pass up when visiting Hawaii. Not only will you be able to gorge yourself at a buffet, but you'll be introduced to a plethora of Polynesian traditions, including lei making and hula lessons.
Shark Cage Diving Encounter
If you're truly an adventurous individual, you'll enjoy this shark cage diving encounter. You'll never know which types of sharks you'll encounter.
The Surf Bus Tour
This tour lasts all day, so plan your activities accordingly. If you can make time for it, you'll be able to snorkel, bike, kayak, bodyboard, and even surf in the most stunning places in all of Hawaii.
Sunset Cocktail Sail and Whale Watch
Sip on delicious cocktails as you watch the scenic sunset over Hawaii. Oh, and you'll be able to see some magnificent whales up close and personal, too. What could be better?
As Hawaii is the place of the ukulele's origin, there's no better place to experience a ukulele lesson.
Underwater Scooter Experience
Explore the sea like never before with this one-of-a-kind experience. You'll be on a scooter underwater (with a guide, of course) and have a goggle-like helmet atop your head to enhance your view of the water around you.
Dolphin Snorkeling and Whale Watching Tour
See dolphins and whales and fish (oh my!) on this snorkeling trip. You really won't regret frolicking with the dolphins in the ocean.
Jurassic Park Tour
For those of you who didn't know, much of Jurassic Park was filmed in Hawaii. See where the film was shot with this trail tour for up to four people.
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