Hawaii Adventure – Blast Off into the Volcanoes
Hawaii is one of the most popular destinations for taking a holiday from everyday work. There are many wonderful sights to see and also has its fair share of Hawaii adventure. It can be a destination for family and can also be a romantic getaway with the wonderful beaches and volcanic landscapes.
The tour operators that arrange a trip to Hawaii can make a list of what to do in Hawaii for the tourists. The climate and geography of Hawaii offers many activities and attractions for the tourists throughout the year.
• Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is the most famous sight for the tourists. The park is made up of the most active volcano in the world and the biggest volcano in the world, Kilauea and Mauna Loa respectively. Big Island adventure includes the wonderful views of the volcanic landscapes and activities which involve viewing lava flow from the volcanoes.
• USS Arizona Memorial encourages the visitors to feel the sense of sacrifice that the military people endured during the most famous Pearl Harbor strike. Guided tours are available for the tourists to learn about the sunken battleship.
• Haleakala National Park, located in Maui, is unique and has spectacular views of the valley which is lush and green with pools and waterfalls. Adventurers can go hiking on the trial which leads to Oheo Gulch to take a dip in the pools. Hawaii rentals provide hiking equipments for the potential hikers.
• Hanauma Bay Preserve is a restored bay to preserve the marine ecosystem. Visitors are limited to preserve the bay from the damage caused by excessive use. Snorkeling and swimming along with the fishes are available in this preserve.
• Panaewa Rainforest Zoo is a tropical zoo with a variety of animals from the rainforest. Bengal tigers and spider monkeys along with 80 other species of animals are housed in this zoo. Big Island rental offers protective gear for making use of the petting zoo and tiger feeding at the zoo. The zoo presents itself as a botanical garden as well, with a variety of over 100 palm trees and orchids and bamboos.
• Waimea Canyon is also known as the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” which is about 10 miles in length and about 3600 feet in depth. The landscape is described as the claw marks left by some enormous prehistoric animal.
There are several hiking paths all over the island of Hawaii for adventurers and rock climbing is also available for extreme adventurers.
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