Spots To Visit in Hawaii

Spots To Visit in Hawaii

Hawaii is not just about the beach, luaus, surfing and their colorful sands. Sure enough these are one of the many reasons why people are lured into a travel to Hawaii but there is still a lot more. It is a matter on what you like and the adventures you would like to embark on your tour to Hawaii.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Situated in the Big Island of Hawaii is among of the favorite spot for tourist. You get to see here active volcanoes like Kilauea and Mauna Loa. This spot can be most enjoyed for camping and hiking at the park. Either enjoy this location with a partner or a group. You surely don’t want to miss the great landscapes at the Crater Rim Drive.

Nature Preserve in Hanauma Bay

If the adventure you are seeking is the fun of seeing the marine life in Hawaii along with snorkeling then you bet to have found your destination. This place is of natural beauty and splendor. The amazing life below once you visit it will make you appreciate the place even better. It is like you embark into a spiritual journey Hawaii seeing the beauty of colorful fishes and other animals below.

Panaewa Rainforest Zoo

In the Big Island this is the favorite part that kids and family on tour will get to enjoy. The rainforest zoo in Panaewa is the only one in United States of which you will certainly encounter various rainforest animals and most of all endangered species. The area is also home to a botanical garden which carries plants of over 100 species which is seldom seen in United States. The main attractions in the zoo are geese, Bengal tigers, some monkeys and primates.

Honaunau National Historical Park

A place of which royalty of Hawaii once live. A part of history that everyone will likely to visit especially for people who want a blast from the past. You will get to see here some archaeological sites like “Place of Refuge” a sanctuary of people who broke the laws if not defeated the battle.

Your get to Hawaii will be a rewarding experience and a chance to get to know another country aside from the place where you live.