Looking for the ultimate post COVID travel adventures? Here are 4 amazing Hawaii adventures for you to reconnect with mother nature and the great outdoors.
Search and Swim with Sea Life on Hawai
The island of Hawaii’s western coast is teeming with marine life, and there’s a plethora of tour companies ready and willing to take you to see it. You will encounter incredible marine life whether you choose tanks or masks to explore the Hawaii waters. You could spot whales from your boat, snorkel with manta rays in the evening, or swim alongside spinner dolphins.
Hike On An Active Island of Hawaii Volcano
There are few places in the world where you can wander around an active volcanic crater in search of sputtering lava. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is one of them. Where you can see the bubbling lava, find a list of the day’s ranger-led programs, learn about Kilauea volcano’s eruption history, and get an understanding of the volcano’s current activity.
Sail Kauai Islands Stunning Na Pali Coast
Take a sailboat up the Na Pali Coast. The crystal clear waters, cliffs, valleys, and beaches of this Hawaiian shoreline are world-famous. Water and wind worked together to create the coast’s steeple-like landscape, while the ocean dug through the coast to carve out sea caves. There are plenty of companies that leave from Port Allen at Hanapepe Bay, and travel up the western side of the island. If you take the morning sail, you’ll get breakfast, lunch, and the chance to snorkel over coral reefs. Choose Blue Dolphin Charters if you’d like to add scuba diving to your tour. Hop aboard a Kauai Sea Tours vessel for a rafting trip that includes a remote beach picnic. Sail with Capt Andy’s Sailing Adventures for the chance to spot playful dolphins and sea turtles from the catamaran’s front netting.
Take a Sunrise Volcanic Tour on Hawaii
A Hawaii expedition isn’t complete without a sunrise, and you have never seen the sunrise like this before, 14,000 feet above the cloud and seas. With Hawaii Forest & Trail, you can watch the sky light up atop Mauna Kea, the world’s tallest volcano.