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Romantic Tree House next to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Big Island, Hawaii
Indonesian Eco-Hut Rental Along the Puna Coast in Pāhoa, Hawaii
Deluxe Outdoor Hammock Camping Cabana near Akaka Falls State Park, Hawaii

Visit Hawaii: vacations in the Aloha State

There’s no better greeting to the Hawaiian islands than Aloha! Welcome to one of the best vacation spots and glamping destinations in the world. Hawaii is a paradise in the Pacific Ocean blessed with stunning beaches, tropical jungles, volcanoes, coral reefs, and extraordinary wildlife diversity. When you visit Hawaii, you sign up for an experience that will be filled with the best outdoor adventures, breathtaking landscapes, amazing food, and of course, local traditions like the hula dance, a highlight for many of native Hawaiian culture. Moreover, a Hawaii vacation is about feeling the warmth and hospitality of its people and discovering the uniqueness of each island. Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, and the Island of Hawaii, or the Big Island, are the six major islands, each with its own distinct character, adventures, and sights. Hawaii is a land of contrasts, it is a place where modernity, diversity, and tradition meet. Keep reading to learn more about the different Hawaii luxury vacations you can take.

Things to do in Hawaii: outdoor adventures

The best way to get to know this amazing place is to explore! Hawaii’s natural beauty, outdoor attractions, and exotic scenery make it one of the coolest glamping spots on earth. With so many things to do in Hawaii, there will not be a dull minute in your schedule. When on the Big Island, hike across the lava fields of Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, home to Kilauea, one of the most active volcanoes on the planet. Oahu’s Diamond Head State Monument is the most popular state park in Hawaii, it offers great hiking trails as well as panoramic views of Honolulu. If you are in Maui, visit Haleakala National Park, home to a diversity of landscapes that range from Mars-like deserts to gorgeous waterfalls. Visit Makena Beach State Park, one of the best beaches in Maui. Moving to the smallest island, Lanai offers great hiking trails to explore, and white-sand beaches like Puu Pehe and Polihua Beach that offer a more secluded getaway.

When it comes to sports, surfing is one of the most popular. Some of the best surfing beaches are Puaena Point and Chun’s Reef in Oahu, Kihei Cove, and Kaanapali Beach in Maui, Kealia and Hanalei Bay in Kauai, and Kahaluu Beach on the Big Island. Other things to do in Hawaii in the water include snorkeling and scuba diving. Popular scuba and snorkel reefs can be found on Molokai, at Shark’s Cove, Hulopoe Bay, and Lydgate Beach Park.
If you are traveling with your ‘ohana’ (family in Hawaiian), there are plenty of opportunities for family entertainment and activities for kids. Waikiki beach’s gentle waves are ideal for children to try surfing during the summer. You can also take them ziplining at Kualoa Ranch, where Jurassic Park was filmed. The kids are sure to love another Hawaii attraction, whale watching! Take them out for the day to Au´au Channel, one of the best whale-watching destinations in Hawaii.

Hawaii's outdoor activities are endless, but there is more to discover in its cities and towns. Lahaina was once the capital of the Kingdom of Hawaii and is known as Maui's hotspot, it offers fine dining, art galleries, and shopping. Lahaina is considered as one of the best cities in Hawaii along with Honolulu, a cosmopolitan capital that features historic landmarks like Pearl Harbor, the Iolani Palace, and Waikiki, the world-famous neighborhood. With something for everyone, the only thing left is to start planning your next Hawaii vacation! Browse through these unique glamping accommodations and find the best places to stay in Hawaii!

Best time to visit Hawaii

With great year-round weather, Hawaii only has two seasons: summer (May to October) and winter (November to April). The average daytime temperature varies from summer highs around 85º F (29º C) to winter highs around 78º F (25º C). Nighttime temperatures are approximately 10º F lower than the daytime.

The best time to visit Hawaii for good weather is the summer. Summer is also the time when the islands receive more tourists. However, the best time to go surfing is winter as it brings bigger waves to the north shores of all islands. It is also the best time to go whale watching. Humpback whales can be spotted from almost every island, but they tend to concentrate between Maui, Molokai and Lanai. October is a good time for festivals and events like the Hawaii International Film Festival, the Hawaii Food and Wine Festival, and the Kauai Chocolate & Coffee Festival.

Now that you know when the best time to go to Hawaii is, have a look at these unique glamping rentals. Book the best trips to Hawaii with Glamping Hub!

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