Hawaii to make your trip unforgettable

Hawaii’s natural attraction is addictive. A classic trip to Hawaii might crave you to hit the sandy beaches, sunset cocktails under vivid skies. Some people like to go on a calm vacation while, others plan for team adventures like climbing mountains, sailing seas, and flying high.
Hawaii is the only state in the US which is located in Oceania and the only one composed entirely of islands.

Hawaii is a haven of eight major islands, out of which the main four are- Oahu, Big Island, Maui, and Kauai. The beauty of the city is more alluring with gushing waterfalls, folded mountains, camouflaged rainbow valleys, and fresh lava flows.

Here are some beautiful experiences of sightseeing that will make you drive to this beautiful city.

Hook your eyes to the sunset at Lumahai Beach on the North Shore

Lumahai Beach on North Shore is a matchless example of a beautiful beach. Beautiful white sand, clear water, and a spectacular view of the sunset, all contribute to making this a must visit. It really is heaven.
Advice: High tides and low tides in Lumahai can be really very strong, so be aware of the water conditions before jumping in, and be advised of the many rocks throughout the beach.

Walkabout the tallest of trees at Sugi Grove near Kokee

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Exploration at Kauai is just as splendid as you would experience at some beaches and hike to Sugi Grove is one such example which is surrounded by tall trees, greenery at its peak, and Kawaikoi Stream Trail. Sugi Grove is known for its heritage as a great campground and as far as the eye can see, every visitor is amused with nature.
Advice: It is highly recommended that you get to follow these directions and 4-wheel drive vehicles before coming here. And it will benefit you if you get an experienced or knowledgeable local person to find such a confusing path to Sugi Grove.

Go for magical scuba diving at Tunnels Beach on the North Shore

Tunnels Beach is just like a heaven if you are snorkeling lover. It is located right by the heart-stirring Na Pali Coast. For the beginners of scuba divers, the reef inside the Tunnel is shallow enough and even though it consists of a lot of beauty while if talk of the outside reef, it is full of life as filled with magnificent corals and fishes. If snorkeling is your preferred way of looking at the sea, then the tunnel is your paradise. Located in the breathtaking and shady coast, there is a considerable upheaval for tunnels inside the tunnels; there is a still lot of beauty beneath it, while its outer reef is full of coral and fish. This is the special air magic you are looking for, and this is why you should go.

Advice: Have a 10-minute walk at Ha’ena State Park and enjoy the view of many local trees and flowers in Hawaii.

Ishihara Market is best known for a poke in Waimea

Poke is like a lifeline in Hawaii as there is no way that you are in Hawaii without having poke which contains pieces of marinated fish in sea salt, soy sauce, sesame oil, onions, and chilies. For poking, Ishihara Market of Kauai is one of the best places on the islands and in more than 10 different styles including ahi (tuna), salmon, tako (octopus) and even king crab. Don’t forget to share!
Must give a try: King crab poke, Spicy ahi poke

Kauai’s nature at Hanakapi’ai Falls

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The Hanakapi’ai hike takes two miles to get to a unique beach, and then go for two miles more if you desire for no catch waterfall nirvana. It is slippery because of the narrow path, muddy conditions, and hot sun.
Advice: Fitness is most important to this trip of falls and also don’t forget to take your best gear. The track is tough even on a day when there is no probability of rains, and you’re simply going to want all of your essential things before you do something so great.

Experience great sights of the mountains, turtles, and monk seals on the easy Mahaulepu hike

Kauai is a perfect blend of amazing beauty of nature and wildlife without the stress of an intense trek, Mahaulepu is one such march. Starting from the famous Shipwreck Beach, your journey begins and reaches to Keonela Bay, like trees, cliffs, sea turtles and even the Hawaiian Monk Seal can all be seen. It really is a proof of Hawaii’s beauty which is so varied.
Pro tip: It is totally okay for kids and the rest of the family to come along.

Travel through Polulu Valley in the Kohala Mountain

The best example of Hawaiian history is exploring Pololulu valley. The valley is considered to be one of the oldest parts of the island and is full of Hawaii’s most traditional greenery and best beach views. About three miles is filled with life itself.
Pro tip: Among the track, there are some private homes. So, please be respectful. If you’re going to the beach, be careful of the slippery surfaces sometimes and bring water to counter the heat.

Walk through an ancient lava flow point at the Thurston Lava Tube at the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Lava tube – Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii (Big Island), Hawaii.

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Big Island is known for its volcanoes both for both active and historical, and there are several options for those in the Hawaii Volcano National Park who want to experience walking on the previously red-hot surface. Thurston Lava Tube is one of the easiest tracks in the park which takes you into an amazing adventure, though the forest is in a tunnel that once carried the lava. There is a full path surrounded by darkness in the tunnel, which feels great.

Advice: Bring a headlamp if you have kids or if you are not comfortable with dim light.

See two beautiful giant waterfalls on the hike to Akaka Falls in Honomu

Akaka Falls in distance is less than half a mile and there are so many Hawaii’s famous flowers and ferns before you experience the two waterfalls. The first waterfall that you will come to see is 100 feet Kahuna Falls, a loop takes you to 442 feet of Akaka Falls, from which water is going down in a stream. For a quick, memorable adventure, there really is not a better option on Big Island.
Advice: It will cost $1 per person if you are walking in from the road but it is recommended you park close and pay the $5 total. After all, you wouldn’t want to ache yourself coming back from such a beautiful encounter.