1) Oahu’s North Shore
If the perfect wave exists, you’ll find it on Oahu’s North Shore and it offers the best winter waves in the world for surfing. The island’s North Shore is a little less touristy, and it also has some truly fantastic beaches.
Molokai is one of the least developed, but most scenic, island in the state. Known as the Friendly Isle, Hawaii’s fifth largest island, Molokai is only 38 miles long and 10 miles across at its widest point and is home to the highest sea cliffs in the world.
3) Waikiki beach
Waikiki Beach is not only the most famous beach, but also one of the most recognized Oahu beaches and spots in the world. Take note when visiting Waikiki that there are 8 main sections of beach that are distinctly different from one another.
4) Na Pali Coast
The Na Pah Coastline on Kauai is without a doubt one of the most beautiful place on earth. This coastal region isn’t Just one of the best places to visit in Hawaii, but it is also super rich in Hawaian culture and history
5) Haleakala National Park
For hiking and camping adventure Haleakala National Park is the best option as one can visit to Maui and witness the sunrise or sunset from the crater rim 10,000 feet above sea level.
No trip to Hawaii would be complete without spending time in Honolulu. This is by far the largest city in the island chain, the state capital and a bustling, exciting place to explore. There is no shortage of things to do!!
7) Lanikai Beach
Lanikai beach is totally unspoiled and provides an almost wave-less protected area perfect for family fun. The calm waters are also great for kayaking and if you are feeling energetic, you can paddle across to the offshore islands to explore it.
8) Waimea Canyon
No holiday in Hawaii would be complete without visiting the Waimea Canyon, one of the most outstanding natural gems on the archipelago. The canyon is often referred to as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific and stretches over 14 miles in length and reaches depths of up to 3,600 feet.
9) Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
One of the most important attractions on the Big Island is the Hawaii Volcanoes. The park encompasses two active volcanoes: Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, and Mauna Loa, the world’s most massive shield volcano
The bustling seaside town of Kailua is situated on the windward eastern coast of Oahu, offering sandy beaches, warm tropical waters, and an almost endless list of activities.