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Activities in Hawaii
Mention the word tropical, and visions of spectacular Hawaiian sunsets over the ocean and frozen drinks sipped on white-sand beaches immediately come to mind. Each Hawaiian island is unique from the rest of the chain, from the towering Big Island volcanoes to the rain forests of Kauai. Island-hopping is easy, and allows you to explore multiple islands during your vacation. Whether you're traveling to Hawaii for your honeymoon, for a family vacation, or for a romantic getaway, Hawaii has an island paradise that's perfect for you.
Things to Do in Maui
Helicopter tours are very popular on Maui, and offer a unique way to see the island. Get a bird’s-eye view of west Maui and Moloka’i or Hana and Haleakala, or choose to see it all with a deluxe helicopter tour. If you prefer to keep your feet on the ground, bike from the summit of Haleakala—an inactive Maui volcano—back to sea level. Water sports and activities abound on this island; try your hand (or feet) at surfing, Maui-style. A professional instructor will teach you basic technique and safety before turning you loose in the waves. If snorkeling seems more enticing, the clear waters of Maui are among the most beautiful in the world. Whale-watching is also very popular in Maui. This activity is seasonal, though, as humpback whales migrate past the island from early December through mid-April. No vacation to Hawaii is complete without dinner at a traditional Hawaiian luau, and Maui has several to select from.

Renew your vows, or say them for the first time, at sunset on a beautiful Maui beach. From a simple ceremony to a ceremony and privately catered dinner, a traditional Hawaiian wedding will add romance to any vacation! Your Maui wedding package also includes the assistance of an on-site wedding planner, who will make sure your special day is perfect.
Things to Do in Oahu
Start your Oahu vacation (link to Oahu search result page) with a traditional Hawaiian lei greeting. Like Maui, water sports and activities are abundant on Oahu. Your vacation is the perfect time to explore the stunning waters of Waikiki on a snorkel or sailing excursion. If you want to get below the surface and snorkeling isn’t deep enough, a SCUBA class may be the perfect activity for you. Give surfing a try with lessons from real Honolulu firefighters! A helicopter tour of the island showcases Oahu’s waterfalls, its rugged coastlines, and the only royal palace on United States soil. If you’d rather be on the greens than soaring above them, take to the Hawaiian golf courses at Coral Creek and Hawaii Prince. A tour of Pearl Harbor and the National Memorial of the Pacific is a way to pay tribute to the U.S. service people and Hawaiians who served during World War II.

Dinner at a traditional Hawaiian luau is a family friendly event and can be found at Paradise Cove, the Polynesian Cultural Center, and the Royal Hawaiian. Before your Oahu vacation begins, be sure to take a look through a Honolulu Entertainment® book for great deals, discounts, and coupons!
Things to Do in Kauai
A lei greeting is a truly Hawaiian way to begin your Kauai vacation. Traditional Hawaiian luaus are plentiful on the island, and can be found at the Courtyard by Marriott, the Kauai Coconut Beach Resort, as well as several other beautiful locations. Outdoor activities abound, thanks to Kauai’s near-perfect temperatures and lush, tropical climate. Explore a wildlife refuge from a kayak, hike to a 30-meter waterfall, or bike through sugar cane fields. The stunning Na Pali coast is accessible only by helicopter tour or boat tour. Waimea Canyon, the largest canyon in the Pacific, truly rivals the Grand Canyon in beauty. Located a short cruise up the Wailua River is the Fern Grotto, known as one of the most romantic places on Kauai. Say “I do” for the first time or all over again with a simple wedding or vow renewal ceremony. A wedding planner will discuss the best locations with you prior to your arrival, ensuring that your ceremony is perfect.
Things to Do in the Big Island
If a Big Island vacation is for you, be sure to explore the island’s three famous volcanoes: Mauna Kea (the tallest volcano), Mauna Loa (the largest volcano), and Kilauea (the most active on the Big Island) in one tour of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. After the rock and lava of the volcanoes, the golf courses at Hapuna and Mauna Kea will seem especially lush and green. A romantic sunset cruise along the Kohala Coast is the perfect end to a day of sightseeing. For a more exciting water excursion, hop onto a Zodiac raft for a morning of snorkeling along the Kona Coast. The Sheraton Keauhou Bay Resort and Royal Kona Resort both host traditional Hawaiian luaus, ideal for the entire family. An ocean side wedding or vow renewal ceremony on the Big Island is sure to be a memory that will last a lifetime.

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