Summer Activities To Do With The Family in Hawaii
Most people loves to try new things and be adventurous. By my own experience, I can tell that I\’m an adventurous person but i enjoy everything more when I do everything with those who i love, are you the same? Do you like to do summer activities with the family and friends? Summer is one on those seasons that a lot of people enjoy in different ways, for example a lot of people when thy hear the word \”summer\”, the first think that comes to their minds is the \”beach\”, are you like that? I am like that. In this post we will discuss some summer travel activities to enjoy with family and friends in Hawaii…
Snorkeling– Snorkeling is the practice of swimming on or through a body of water while equipped with a diving mask, a shaped breathing tube called a snorkel, and usually swimfins. In cooler waters, a wetsuit may also be worn. Explore the island coasts with Hawaii cruises, sails, and boat tours! Take a look at Hawaii\’s best ocean tours featuring all the best water activities. From luxury to laid-back, choose from cruises with tropical cocktails, world-class snorkeling, sport fishing, dolphin swims, spectacular Friday night fireworks, live music, submarine diving, and so much more.
Helicopter Tours– Helicopter rides are one of the top things to do in Maui! A helicopter flight provides the perfect opportunity to see over 70% of the island of Maui. Take in the best views of the natural wonders and landmarks of the island. Fly over Maui’s top attractions, including Hana, Haleakala Volcano and the West Maui Mountains. Some Maui helicopter tours will take you across to the neighboring island of Molokai, home to the world’s tallest sea cliffs. Hawaii Activities has the best selection of top rated Helicopter Tours in Maui. Find the best deals and discounts on helicopter tickets. We work with the best Helicopter companies in Hawaii, including Blue Hawaiian Helicopters, Sunshine Helicopters and Air Maui. Here’s your guide to help you find the best Maui helicopter flight.
Haleakala Sightseeing Tours– Get the most out of your trip to Haleakala with some of the best Haleakala sightseeing tours on Maui! Here\’s your chance to visit Haleakala\’s organic lavender and goat dairy farms, vineyards, distillery, or even discover the best spots for photos with an expert photographer guide. Helicopter tour combos offer a great way to see it all before heading out to experience these beautiful area attractions.
Road to Hana Tours– Road to Hana tours are one of the most popular things to do on Maui. This narrow, winding road passes over approximately 620 curves and 59 bridges. It\’s a twisty pathway to the quaint and peaceful town of Hana. The road leads through verdant landscapes of lush rainforests, botanical gardens, sea cliffs and cascading waterfalls. Hana Highway is a must see attraction, the best way to explore all scenic spots along Road to Hana is on a guided sightseeing tour.
Road to Hana Sightseeing tours are one of the best things to do on Maui. Hawaii Activities has a great selection of the top Road to Hana tours. Make your reservation early as these popular Road to Hana Tours sell out quickly! Find the best deals and discounts on Maui Hana Adventures.
Zipline Tours– Zipline Eco-Adventures are one of Maui’s most popular things to do. Ziplining tours are a fun and exciting way to explore the island\’s natural beauty. Combine your Maui zipline tour with other top bucket list activities like a scenic bike ride down the slopes of Haleakala, tropical rainforest hikes, waterfall swims with picnics, or even an exciting aquaball adventure. Ziplining is safe, fun, and requires no prior experience making it a great outdoor activity for everyone. Hawaii Activities has a great selection of the top zipline tours on Maui. Book early as they sell out quickly! Find the best deals and discounts on Maui zipline tickets. Join Maui’s most popular zipline companies like Skyline, North Shore Zipline, Paradise Eco-Adventures and Piiholo Ranch for an incredible Maui Eco-Adventure.
Hiking Tours– Maui earned its nickname for having many hidden valleys that obscure beautiful forests, streams, and waterfalls on the east side of the island. These hiking tours will take you into some of these valleys along Hana Highway to see hidden waterfalls, rainforests, and a lava tube! You can even swim at the natural pools formed at the base of the waterfalls! Looking for something at a higher elevation? Hike along Haleakala crater for a stunning look at its volcanic landscape.
Submarine & Glassbottom Boat– Witness a whole new world underwater—without getting wet! These submarine and glass-bottom boat tours give you a window to see into Maui\’s marine environment. Look down from a glass bottom boat viewing well or submerge inside a state-of-the-art submarine and watch as vibrant marine life swim by and discover treasures waiting on the ocean floor. See vibrant coral reefs, a variety colorful Hawaiian fish, and various other marine animals such as shellfish, crabs, and octopuses.
Kayak Tours– Kayak on the calm ocean waters of Maui with these ocean kayak tours. The waters around West Maui are sheltered by the surrounding islands of Lanai and Molokai, making kayaking easy to do, even for beginners! The area also offers excellent snorkeling destinations that you\’ll be able to visit (and snorkel in!) during your kayaking tours.
Surfing Lessons– Learn how to catch a wave with surfing lessons in Maui! Even if you haven\’t ever stood up on a board before, professional instructors will have you hangin\’ ten by the end of the lesson. You can also try Stand-up Paddling (SUP) which involves standing on a wide, stable board and using a kayak paddle to propel yourself across the surface of the water. Great for groups, couples, or private lessons, these surfing classes have options for all ages and skill levels.
Snuba Diving– If you think snorkeling is too limited but don\’t feel like lugging around a heavy air tank, snuba might be the right choice for you! You\’ll be wearing a mask and breathing tube just like in scuba diving, but your air tank floats on a raft at the surface. Your air is delivered to you via a 20-foot tube and harness that attaches your raft to you, which lets you move around underwater easily but also lets you dive down much lower than snorkeling with no training needed!
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