Hawaii is considered by many to be one of the greatest destinations all over the globe and we can definitely understand why. From the incredible scenery, to the breath-taking islands, and of course amazing people, there’s a lot to love in Hawaii.

For this video, we’ll be listing down 5 places you should be visiting in Hawaii.

1. Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park

Nothing screams Hawaii more than volcanoes and there’s no better place to visit than the Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park. Most of this place is said to have been terraformed thanks to the large volcano in the island like some other islands in Hawaii, but it’s the best place to go if you’re looking to learn more about Hawaii’s volcanoes and how they ended up creating an entire state.

2. Pearl Harbor

If you’re into historical trips, the USS Arizona Memorial is a must-visit. Located in Oahu, the memorial is extremely important as it’s the site that signified the beginning of America’s involvement in World War II.

Pearl Harbor has 5 of the 9 historical sites of World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monuments spread throughout Hawaii, Alaska, and California. If you’re interested, make sure to catch their free tours available daily from 8 am to 3 pm.

3. The North Shore

Also located in Oahu, The North Shore of Oahu is the area between Ka’ena Point and Kahuku Point. They’re great if you’re expecting the usual things people would expect in Hawaii such as the amazing beaches and the great weather, but one of North Shore’s appeal is the incredibly large waves perfect for surfing during the winter.

4. Haleakala National Park

Haleakala National Park is another must-visit National park. Haleakala, is actually one of the most amazing volcanoes in the world and it occupies more than half of Maui’s island.

The highlight of the park is centered on the volcano’s crater, but with plenty of trails to offer and a number of pools all over the area where you can dip and relax, it isn’t just a place for hiking, but total unwinding.

5. Waikiki Beach

Last but definitely not the least is one of Hawaii’s best coastal areas. Waikiki, or “spouting waters” is a name said to have originated as a reference to the freshwater rivers that used to flow into the ocean in ancient times.

In the 1400s, Waikiki became the first ever government center of Hawaii. As expected, Waikiki is known for their white sand beach and surfer friendly waves.

Hawaii is a great destination with plenty of amazing places to offer. Which of these are you looking to visit soon? Leave a comment down below to let us know.

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Author: Carol