Hawaii it’s at the top of most people’s Bucket List and it should be.
Have you ever thought about cruising in Hawaii?
Did you know that Hawaii does not have All Inclusive Resorts and that there is a lot to see on each island?
A cruise is a perfect way to experience multiple islands while unpacking once and having most of your food and drinks included. You can island hop without spending hours at the airport. You can travel in style and relaxation aboard a luxury ship from one island to another enjoying the amenities aboard the ships while traveling from island to island.
I want to share some of my favorite shore excursions in Hawaii so that you can get a glimpse into some of the experiences you could have in the Aloha State. The islands are all different and each island has something unique to see.
This is the biggest city in Hawaii and there is so much to choose from but from my personal experience there two must-sees: Pearl Harbor and Hanauma Bay for Snorkeling. I also highly suggest trying a donut at Leonards Bakery and a real Hawaiian shaved ice.
Hilo The Big Island
This island earned its name not only because it’s the largest of the Hawaiian Islands, but because it is home to the tallest sea mountain in the world, the most massive mountain in the world, and one of the world’s most active volcanoes. It’s pretty easy for me to make a recommendation to visit Volcano National Park.
Kauai and the Na Pali Coast
There is so much to see and do here that it’s hard for me to pinpoint just one so here are few of the amazing things to see and do here. Snorkel the Southern Coastline of Kauai and maybe see a Sea Turtle, Hike a Waterfall and Kayak, take a tour of Waimea Canyon and go to a Luau or take a helicopter ride to look at all the spectacular waterfalls from the air.
Maui often called “The Magic Isle”
The Road to Hana is at the top of the list, Molokini Snorkeling, Haleakala Sunrise, Helicopter Tour- Hana and Haleakala Spectacular or Bike down Haleakala.
This is just a small a sampling of the shore excursions that can be experienced in Hawaii.