Hawaii Tourism Guide

Made up entirely of islands, Hawaii is a splendid place to vacation. Rich in culture, art, tradition and breathe taking beauty, Hawaii is an exotic place that offers a very unique and amazing travel experience.

A great spot for families, couples and adventure seekers, Hawaii’s many islands offer some spectacular and comfortable accommodation and lodging options. Since Hawaii has 6 major islands, before heading here map out which islands to visit, keeping in mind the budget and time that can be spent while on vacation here. Here are some tips that will definitely help planning tourists.

The Four Seasons, Maui.

The Four Seasons Maui at Wailea is like an experience in itself. A world class resort, The Four Seasons Maui has a spa, 3 amazing golf clubs, several pools, shopping boutiques, fitness facilities, exquisite dining options and a club floor. The rooms are luxurious and are surrounded by tropical gardens and beautiful, sandy beaches.

Staying in Maui gets visitors the true feeling of Hawaii; this island offers many activities that allow tourists to experience Hawaii’s amazing weather, beaches and waters. Maui offers whale watching on board a luxurious catamaran, where guests can relax and enjoy snacks and drinks while watching the whales up close. Choose the outrigger canoe ride that lets riders observe sea turtles and exotic Hawaiian fish or opt for a ride in the famous Hawaiian helicopter for an aerial adventure.

The Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort, Big Island.

The Hilton Village Resort is the mega resort of the Big Island. Since this island offers a truly Hawaiian experience, this resort is an excellent choice for tourists who want to enjoy Hawaiian art, culture, natural beauty and hospitality. The resort has everything and more, from kayaking to water slides to artificial beaches, to snorkeling, to lagoons, to tropical fish, the Hilton is a gigantic, sprawling resort that can be enjoyed by couples and families.

The Waikoloa Village is located 10 minutes away and a hike upslope can be taken to enjoy its peace and traditions. With lots of sunny spots, waterfalls and beach space, this resort is an ideal choice to truly enjoy Hawaii.

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa

With breath taking view of the ocean and mountain tops of Hawaii, the Grand Hyatt at Kauai offers more than just rooms. With tropical gardens, pools and traditional dinners that include Luau dancing, this resort and spa is one of the best in Kauai. The Hyatt resort and spa is surrounded by amazing local attractions that include Catamaran sailing, snorkeling, scuba diving, tubing, sport fishing, biking and hiking. Adventure seeking tourists can enjoy helicopter and ATV tours or book a trip to the Waimea Canyon, Wailua Falls and Napali Coast with a guide.

For those looking to just relax, there are many museums, plantations and beaches to enjoy a lazy day at. There are also fun shopping strips, souvenir stands, restaurants, salons, and cafes in Kauai, where tourists can head to relax after a long day in the sun.

There are also many vacation condominiums, apartment rentals, smaller hotels and vacation cottages all over Hawaii. Some of the popular and smaller places to stay at include Sheraton Princess Kajulani Hotel, Marriott’s Ko Olina Beach Club, Papaya Paradise Bed and Breakfast and Pillows and Paradise. There are also many travel agencies that provide lists of hotels, resorts and vacation rentals that are comfortable and centrally located in the chosen destination.

There are also agencies and companies within Hawaii that can help tourists book and find last minute accommodation at great rates. Since Hawaii is a world famous tourist spot, there are many accommodation options available year round, which makes it all the more enjoyable.