Hawaii is an ocean Lover’s Dream. Whether it’s just putting your toes in the sand at the beach or taking 100 foot dives deep into the Pacific Ocean, water activities in Hawaii are a “Must Do”.
A lot of visitors think of Surfing as one of the number one water activities in Hawaii but there’s so more to enjoy! Each island has its own unique Water activities to experience. For example, on Kauai and the Big Island you can traverse old sugar cane ditches in canoes or inner tubes. This little known activity allows you to cruise through Hawaii’s rich history as they were built in the early plantation days of the 40s by Japanese and Chinese immigrants. On Maui you can snorkel or dive to underwater lava tubes at the spectacular Molokini crater. You’ll experience underwater beauty that’s second to none in the world. On Oahu you can walk right out from the ocean at Hanauma Bay and snorkel or take a cruise out to swim with turtles at Turtle canyon or frolic in the wild with spinner dolphins.
On today’s podcast we focus on some of the most popular and unique Water activities in Hawaii while you’re visiting. We’ll tell you about Diving with Manta rays and sailing excursions for the day to Lanai. We’ll offer you some tips and ideas about which Water activities in Hawaii are available on each of the islands.