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Getting Way Out There in Hawaii

Whether you’re into eco-tourism – when you go to natural areas to conserve the environment and improve the welfare of the local people – or just like to get out there and do things away from the normal tourist stuff … Hawaii’s the place to do it.

Here at Hawaii-Aloha.Com, our agents can you set you up with just about any kind of adventure that appeals to you. You can bike in a rainforest or along a volcanic coastline. You can hike through upland meadows, streams, valleys, craters, molten lava flows, and wondrous gardens. You can kayak into sea caves and snorkel along the way. You can wander through a wildlife refuge or wade under a waterfall. You can tour to the top of Mauna Kea and encounter the largest collection of telescopes on earth. Perhaps the most exciting way to see any of our islands is by helicopter when you can catch a lava flow or some visiting whales or the spectacular Haleakala on Maui or Waimea Canyon on Kauai. Hang gliders will be fulfilled and amazed on Oahu, Kauai, Maui or the Big Island; and, of course, deep-sea fishing is as exciting in Hawaii as it is anywhere in the world.

So if lolling on the beach between shopping and sightseeing excursions is your idea of nothing to do, get out there and do something. Get started by calling one of our agents at 1-800-843-8771, or pick one from the home page of our Web site (hawaii-aloha.com).

Posted by: Jamie Winpenny on Jul 13, 2008