Best Hawaii Activities
A few weeks ago we had a question on our Hawaii Discount Facebook Page from Amanda. She is traveling to Oahu, The Big Island and Maui for three weeks over Christmas/New Years for her Wedding and Honeymoon and wanted suggestions on the best Hawaii Activities on each island. Our awesome facebook fans had great suggestions! I condensed them and added links to the suggested best Hawaii Activities.
|View from the Top of Diamond Head
Andrea G. – Drive the road to Hana on Maui. It’s beautiful! Just be careful of all the other cars on the road while you look at the sights. Stop in Lahaina for some shopping. Black Sand Beach in Punalu’u on the Big Island. Might get a glimpse of the beautiful sea turtles. On Oahu Paradise Cove for the luau.
Melanie M. – Stop at all the ABC Stores on each of those islands for one of the best Hawaiian souvenir stores!
|Matsumoto’s Shave Ice
Melanie M. – Oahu–Pearl Harbor, Arizona Memorial, of course, how could I forget about that? Punch Bowl, as well.
Alan B. – Oahu
and the Big Island
all have Atlantis submarines
– electric subs that go down 120-130 feet and are a great way to see sea life. I have been on the subs at Waikiki and Lahaina and I am going on the one at Kona on December 5. Aloha.
Matt S. – Oahu- Paradise Cove Luau-definitely the top of the line tickets with no wait in buffet line and front row seats, SkyDive Hawaii up on the North Shore,
Maui Babe lotions from the ABC store for good tanning and after sun lotions, Dole Plantation, take the road up past Ko’Olina to the power plant- just before the power plant is a really good place to snorkel away from the crowds at Hanauma Bay if you don’t mind being by yourself in the deep water (no lifeguard), I would also highly recommend buying an Entertainment Book it will save you HUNDREDS of $$$, the catamaran sunset sail
at the Sheraton Waikiki (free drinks). Too many others to list.
|Star of Honolulu
Mirian W. – The Road to Hana
is lovely but we found driving around the north end of Maui
a significantly better experience. No tourists around and the locals were so warm and welcoming! Just drive to Kaanapali from Kihei and then keep going!! The road is narrow and hugs the mountainside so you can’t be in a hurry. And make sure you stop at the old schoolbus for some fries and one of their pina colada smoothies – yummy! As for Oahu
, the Pali Lookout is a must-see on your way to Lanikai Beach.
Melanie M. – love Ka’anapali and Kihei.
Patricia M. – I love maui babe purchased that i my way home as well, had friends pick me up some more, the booze cruise is great and so is the dinner cruise.
Michele W. – Take your new hubby up to Mt. Haleakala for the morning sunrise. The hotel can help with how to get there and when to leave. Nothing is more beautiful with someone you love! Then have breakfast at the Kula Lodge Restaurant.
Jeff L. – Waimea falls
Maryjo B. – Whatever you do, on Oahu/Honolulu, find a map and go up to Round Top Drive to the state park. You will be on the top of the world up there and see all of the island. Awesome!!!! Rarely on any tourist information. ALSO, find the Stairway to Heaven. A stairway built in world war II and still there. We were told about this from a serviceman on our plane trip to Oahu. So thankful for his information. Google it: Stairway to heaven/Oahu– and you will get all the information.
Joanna H. – Just have fun and don’t worry about seeing everything on your honeymoon or you won’t have time to just relax!!
Melanie M. – Sunset Beach on Oahu. Fleming Beach-Maui.
Teresa R. – The helicopter tour to the tropical rain forest in Maui is Awesome!
|Teresa R. – If you stay in Maui the Ritz Carlton is the bomb and if you stay in Oahu stay at the Hilton Hawaiian Village or the Hyatt and get a massage at the Na Ho ola Spa with coconut lemongrass lotion.
Christina H. – One of my favorite places on Maui is Dragons Teeth, It’s just surreal
Everyone has a different view of the the perfect Hawaii Vacation so feel free to call Hawaii Discount at 866-482-9775 and we will help you choose the Hawaii Activities that are right for you!
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