Top Five Things to do in Hawaii: US

  • August 26, 2016
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Hawaii is the 50th state of the United State of America, received statehood on August 21, 1959. It is located in Oceania and the only one composed entirely of islands. Hawaii is an adventurous place, you will find Hikes, cycle routes, waterfalls and volcanic craters, snorkeling, horse-riding and surfing- the list just goes on and on. Here are the top ten lists of things you can do in Hawaii.

  1. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

You will see many wonders in Hawaii, among them this National Park stand out. Its two active volcanoes testify to the ongoing birth of islands. One is Majestic Mauna Loa and other is young Kilauea.  Majestic Mauna Loa, is the world’s most active volcano and it has been erupting almost continuously since 1983. You will witness the primal event of molten lava tumbling into the sea. National park contains many more lava desserts, steaming craters, lava tubes and ancient rain forests. It’s like heaven you will experience on earth.

  1. Oahu

Oahu is in the central Pacific, part of the Hawaiian island chain and home to state capital, Honolulu. It has two-third of the population of the United States. It consists of 596.7 square miles. You can enjoy the Island by doing most adventure activities.

  1. Waimea Canyon State Park

It is also known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. It is ten miles long and three thousand feet deep. It is kind of raw beauty which makes the picture perfect. You should check the weather before you go because the cloudy days can drastically limit your view. 

  1. Triple Crown of Surfing

It is best known for its Hawaiian specialty series of professional surfing events. It offers three events for men and three events for women. The Vans Triple Crown of surfing is the world’s second in surfing title. It is usually considered to be the ultimate test of the surfer’s ability. You feel great by watching the Surfers take on Monstrous Waves at the Triple Crown of Surfing.

  1. Halls of lolani Palace, Oahu

You can walk the Halls of lolani Palace, as a modern home is the signal of Hawaii’s status as a modern nation. It was completed in 1882 in an American Forentine style; the palace boasts four expensive floors with total of 102 rooms. “The palace is so modern and cosmopolitan, it surprises most people,” says Zita Cup Choy, docent educator of Friends of Iolani Palace. It will give detail about the Hawaiian History and about kingdom.