Things to Do in Hawaii This Winter
Hawaii’s abundance of beaches and lush mountains make it a great winter getaway for sun-seekers from colder regions. Even though winter is the rainiest time of year, it also has benefits like huge swells off the north shore for surfers and sightings of humpback whales on their way south. Below are the ways to beat the colder time of year blues in Hawaii.
Explore the underwater world of Oahu on your own electric underwater scooter, which is self-propelled. On this two-hour tour, you’ll ride a power catamaran through Maunalua Bay past Diamond Head Crater. Then, on your scooter, you’ll dive below the surface to look for green sea turtles, schools of tropical fish, and other native marine life. This guided tour does not necessitate previous experience; All of the gear is provided.
At Luau Kalamaku, taste the passion and flavors of Hawaii! Begin with an imu roasting pig ceremony and enjoy a buffet of traditional Hawaiian dishes. After that, a talented group of musicians and dancers will perform legends from Hawaii’s history, dazzling you. A magical evening in Kauai that you won’t soon forget features flame throwers, Polynesian hula dancers, and a parade of colorful costumes.
Imagine splashing around in crystal-clear water while swimming in a submerged volcano filled with thousands of fish. Cruise out to the crater on this Molokini snorkeling tour, then jump into the clear water and explore the colorful reef. Depending on the conditions, make a second stop at Turtle Town or Coral Gardens to look for turtles. One of Maui’s most popular family-friendly activities is an unforgettable day spent exploring the underwater world.
On this exclusive helicopter tour of Maui, soar above ridgelines at the center of the rugged West Maui mountains and soar past inaccessible valleys and hidden waterfalls. You can get up-close views of a part of the world that has barely been touched by humans by crossing the channel to neighboring Molokai, where vertical sea cliffs spill 4,000 feet to the turbid shoreline below.
On this Maui whale-watching cruise, you’ll get to see the underwater world up close and personal. As you learn more about these majestic creatures, your captain and crew will provide narration during your excursion. When you travel along Maui’s exquisite coastline, you can take in stunning views and photo opportunities. There is a guarantee that you will see a whale on your family-friendly cruise.
During this helicopter flight from Hilo, take in the waterfalls and volcanoes of the Big Island from above. Fly over the Wailuku River, lava flows, the rain forest, and craters. Purchase an upgrade to ensure a window seat with the best views. Numerous takeoff times are accessible to suit your timetable.
On a zipline adventure near Kapaau, glide through the lush forest of the northern Kohala region of the Big Island. A canopy park offers thrilling ziplines, platforms, and suspension bridges for a thrilling trek through the trees. Throughout the customizable, whisper-quiet course, experienced instructors are on hand to ensure everyone’s safety.