Top 5 Things To Do In Hawaii For A Dream Vacation
There are lots of things to do in Hawaii to fulfill your dream vacation with smiling lips before falling asleep each night. Here are 5!
1. Volcano Experience. Flame your stay in Hawaii by getting close to several active and dormant volcanoes. When I say close, I mean experiencing the adventure and awe that any fiery volcano can bring.
You can hike a dormant one or you can have fun bathing on hot springs. You can take pictures of the fire pits, lava tubes, and an 11-mile crater rim inside the Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island.
2. Whale & Dolphin Pleasure. Do you like dolphins? You will love them when you see them up close.
Do you like whales? With their massive body propelling through the deep and rising above the water to greet you hello, I bet your face will light up.
Set your spirit free and enjoy the Pacific Ocean with whales and dolphins sharing their common intelligence and nature with you.
3. World-Class Golf. You can practice your passion lavishly in the golf course of Ko'Olau Range in Honolulu on the island of Oahu with 2,000-foot cliffs and astonishing view of the Pacific Ocean.
Dick Nugent, the renowned golf architect had in mind of challenging the best golfers when he designed the golf tracks.
Golf Mauna Lani Resort, just above lava bed, has a rolling terrain thrilled with forests. Two signature holes (the 15th and 17th) are but along with the most photographed in the entire world. This golf course in Kona is utterly inevitable. More golf courses are nearby.
4. Taste the excitement in Kauai Island. Lots of exciting things can be done on every Hawaiian Island. It is entirely up to an energetic and enthusiastic vacationer to do everything and get all the fun he wants.
Waimea Canyon also called as "The Grand Canyon of the Pacific" is one site you must not miss. Hunting, picnic, nature trip are all yours to relax and feel the warmth and chill at the same time. If you want to wear your two-piece you can bathe in world famous Brennecke's Beach, Napali Coast or in the Poipu Beach.
You can choose from various fine hotels and rent cars for tours here to tour other islands. There are discounted car rental companies which fit into your budget and you can get the most of your tour.
5. Pearl Harbor Tour. Visit Pearl Harbor and see the USS Arizona, still in her fated final resting place.
Be awed with the "Mighty Mo," the USS Missouri battleship at Fort Island Bridge where the treaty of ending the World War II was signed. Be honored and be a part of the veterans' valor and pride while reminiscing how they fought for freedom.
This paradise has lots of beautiful things to offer. Lots of things to do in Hawaii, to share with family and love ones, to forever treasure the memories it bring.
Monday, May 10, 2010
Top 5 Things To Do In Hawaii For A Dream Vacation
Posted by Travel Leaders of Fargo at 11:04 AM
Thursday, May 6, 2010
8 Places to Visit on Kauai's North Shore
Wonderful sights in the northern shore of Kauai include Na Pali coast, Hanalei Bay, Lumahai Beach, Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge, Kilauea Lighthouse, Maniniholo Dry Cave, and Kee Beach.
Kauai is the northernmost and the oldest of the main islands of Hawaii. Also known as the "garden Isle", this island offers many scenic beauties juke like most of the island the Hawaiian archipelago. You may want to visit these interesting places on the north shore of Kauai.
Na Pali coast
On the Na Pali coast, you can find high cliffs rising up to 4,000 ft. To get a good view of the area, you can hike along, row you boat, or ride a helicopter, in this area where many people believe that Na Pali spirits make mischief to visitors. It is also believed that this region was the first settled area in Kauai.
Adored for its one of a kind beauty, Hanalei bay is a a beach fitted between a steep cliff and a rocky point. Its a great place for water sports or walking along the shore. At the westen part of the bay, you can find the most serene waters you can imagine, perfect for walking along and relaxing.
Located between Haena and Hanelei bay, is Lumahai beach. It is the most picturesque beach area on the island of Kauai. This particular location was where Mitzi Gaynor "washed that man right out of her hair".
Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge
Kileau, the northernmost section of the entire Hawaiian islands, is an area of exquisite beauty. Located near the Kilauea lighthouse, this wildlife center hosts a number of protected aquatic birds. It's a great place to to get a glimpse and learn about these rare creatures.
Constructed in 1913, this landmark rises up to 52 feet, and it's light reached up to 90 miles out in the ocean. Located in at Kilauea point, this lighthouse was not in use anymore since 1976. Visiting time is at 10 am to 4 pm.
Maniniholo Dry Cave
Maniniholo literally means "swimming manini fish". It is about 300 years and has a small exit hole on the other side of the mountain. This cave once had a much bigger space inside than it is now, a trunami filled tha cave with sendiments in the year 1957.
This tourist attraction is located on the foot of the Na Pali Coast Trail. Kee beach was the location for some tv and movie sets. Aside from that, it's a great snorkeling and diving area.
Be sure to bring your cameras with you when you visit these spectacular locations. Visiting Kauai is one thing you should not miss when spending a vacation in Hawaii.
Posted by Travel Leaders of Fargo at 12:50 PM
Little April Showers - What to Do When it Rains on Your Disney Vacation
Planning is key if you are heading out to Disney World on vacation, but unfortunately there is one thing that you can't control; the weather. What do you do if it rains during your Disney World vacation? Simple; go and have fun anyway.
1. Head over to Disney Quest
Disney Quest is pretty much an indoor theme park. Located at the West Side at Downtown Disney this giant playground is the perfect place to while away the rainy hours of the day.
You can challenge with Buzz Lightyear and his Astroblasters or battle for buccaneer gold with the Pirates of the Caribbean. Creative types will enjoy designing, and riding, their own rollercoaster, or even making a music video to take home and share with their friends.
Disney Quest is open seven days a week from 11.30am until late, and if all the fun makes you hungry then you can refuel in the food court.
2. Tour the Resort hotels
If you don't want to waste your park passes on a wet day then why not go on a tour of the Walt Disney World Resort hotels?
The Disney Imagineers didn't stop at the themeparks, they put just as much creative effort into their hotels too. Why not spend some time relaxing by the huge fireplace in the lobby of Disney's Wilderness Lodge, or animal watching on the savanna over at Disney's Animal Kingdom Lodge.
For the ultimate in luxury take the monorail over to Disney's Grand Floridian Resort & Spa. You'll be whisked back in time to Victorian Florida when you step inside the flagship resort. If you're travelling during the holiday season you won't want to miss the huge Gingerbread House that stands majestically in the lobby.
3. Break out the ponchos and have fun in the parks
If you're happy to just be a kid again and hang out in the rain then wet days are some of the best times to be in the parks, because most people are driven away by the rain! All you need to do is grab a poncho and some suitable footwear and go and have fun, you'll enjoy yourself almost as much as if the sun were out. Some of the attractions like Test Track can't operate when it's raining, but it doesn't usually rain for long anyway.
Posted by Travel Leaders of Fargo at 12:48 PM