Hawaii Tourist Spots

The island of Hawaii is the destination of your dreams. Its stunning natural beauty and sunny pleasant climate makes it a very popular and desired place for hundreds of thousands tourists every year. At least six to seven million people come to visit this lovely island in the North Pacific Ocean each year.

The weather in Hawaii is very pleasant and the temperature doesn’t change too much. From late November to March it is rainy season here. Though your travel plans are not likely to be affected by rain as the weather here is much localized. Which means there will always be somewhere sunny to visit? If you are info surfing this won’t be the ideal time to visit. Well you can surf, but won’t be getting the best waves.

April-May might be a good time to visit in terms of hotel prices and airfare. Also during this time of the year the place remains less crowded and by the start of June peoples start to pour in and the hotel prices rise. Though not that much. You can always find a hotel costing $40 to $60 any time of the year.

The best time to travel here is September and October. Hotel rates are cheap, and if you are fortunate enough, you might find a one fifty dollar four star hotel. The island is huge and divided into two halves, Kailua-Kona and Hilo. It might take more than one week to visit all the attractions. The wise way would be to land in one half and depart from the other; also you might need to change accommodation. Staying in one half and visiting other half of the island would not be wise. The public transportation here is not that great and the ideal way of traveling the island would be hiring a car. https://www.kayak.com/Hawaii-United-States-Car-Rentals.129.crr.html

Tourist spots of Hawaii


Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park

This exceptional park represents its visitors with the two most majestic and active volcanoes to look at. Fit would be an unearthly view to enjoy in the darkness of night. The park is thirty miles southwest on the highway 11 from Hilo. If you are in Kailua-Kona it is about ninety six miles southwest. If you love hiking, this is the place you go. Apart from those two volcanoes there are lava deserts, steaming craters, lava tubes and beautiful rainforests. Ticket price: 7 day entry $10/car. Visit for more info: http://www.nps.gov/havo
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Pearl Harbor

This is the iconic spot where the history of world took a sharp turn. Every year almost two million people come here to see the museums and war memorials of Pearl Harbor. This Naval Base is a 20 minute drive from Waikiki. The tour begins at 8 AM, and it can be crowded. You need to get there early to buy tickets. Also remember that you are not allowed to bring any bag with you. All you can bring is your wallet, a camera and a water bottle. While taking the tour you might have to visit graveyards and memorials, so keep that in mind while choosing your outfit.
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Mauna Kea's Summit Area

This is another wonderful place with spectacular views. But the problem is it is around 14,000 feet above sea level, so there are a lot of health and safety issue. The oxygen level is forty percent less than sea level. Before visiting up there or making a plan for scuba diving, please be sure about your health condition. If you get there, don’t miss the sunset from the highest peak of earth. The only transportation medium is car. There is no other system available. The address is: Mauna Kea Access Rd, Hilo, HI 96720. For more information: http://www.maunakea.com/
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Hapuna Beach State Recreation Area

This magnificent sea beach is famous for its white colored sand, and amazingly clear water. The place has no shade so the sun will right above your head, so don’t forget to bring some strong sunscreen. Take Hapuna Beach Road just south of mile marker 69 to get here. The place can be crowded and for non residents parking costs $5. Gates are opened from 7 AM to 8 PM. For more information: http://www.hawaiistateparks.org/parks/hawaii
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Old Lahaina Luau

A relaxing place for exotic food and majestic hula dancing. You can have tasty Hawaiian dinner, buffet style. The address is 1251 Front St. The feast is just awesome here. They serve high-quality Hawaiian fare which includes kalua pork, ahi poke, pulehu (broiled) steak and a lot of salads and sides. From October to March it is opened from 5.15-8.15 PM and from April to September the opening hours are 5.45 to 8.45 PM. For reservation and more information http://www.oldlahainaluau.com/
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