Heading to Hawaii? How to decide the best spots in Hawaii as the paradise is filled with a good number of mesmerizing islands and places? Although these islands are not that huge, all of them have their unique and different flavor. Let us help you in picking the 5 places you must visit in Hawaii.
Despite the Northern shore of the island is not as developed as other parts of Hawaii but it should be on your bucket list. Surfers must visit this island as it encounters 30 feet tall waves specifically in winters. It is exciting and fun to stalk professional surfers riding the surfs throughout the day. Don’t try to ride the waves yourself as you may get tossed like a ragdoll.
Ha’iku Stairs hike – a stairway to heaven
This is quite exciting but scary too. Unfortunately, this stairway is now closed because of private land ownership and obligations. But people find it hard to resist this and are still hiking on these stairs. It should definitely be on your list and one of the first things you should be doing while in Hawaii. The ladders and stairs are built of metal that makes this place a challenging but an astonishing hike. As you keep on climbing, it gets more fun and adventurous.
Surf Lessons at Waikiki Beach
The busiest tourist place in Hawaii – Waikiki Beach is the perfect spot for the novice surfers’ to become a grommet surfer. This beautiful spot is occupied with the white sand, clear blue water, and never ending small tides. This place has great instructors that can make you inclined over the waves even if you don’t know surfing. Happy Surfing!
Black Rock on Ka’anapali Beach (Maui)
If you are a real adventurer, then you should not miss Black Rock. You can experience Scuba, Cliff diving, and snorkelling with tropical fish at this paradise. You can have lunch with Sea turtles as they are spotted here in numbers. Photographers can capture beautiful shots of the charming scenery of Black Rock. The Sheraton Hotel organizes symbolic torch lighting/diving ceremony every night. The lights at sunset are overwhelming, so consider this place for a full day outing.
A Road Trip to Hana (Maui)
It’s time to pack your luggage, hire a jeep and get ready for an awesome road trip. The non-stop drive to Hana takes around 2 to 3 hours but believe us, you will definitely crave to stop during this trip. If you want to enjoy it’s all sights then plan for a few days and take the hotel reservation in Hana Town if you don’t want to regret. Dining, beaches, waterfalls, and trails, all will be part of your trip heading to Hana Highway. Hence, spare a good time and head on to the spots that will grab your attention the most.