The brilliance of Hawaii is often described in artworks like paintings, films and novels and all of them summon you to experience the pleasure of visiting the most diverse of the finest beaches in the world. Visiting Hawaii will give you a chance not only to enjoy the serenity of the attractive beaches around this tropical oasis, but also allow you to enjoy activities such as surfing, kayaking, and snorkeling, and check out the stunning volcanoes.
Imagine spending the day on a sparkling white sand beach, near the crystal clear water and surrounded by palm trees; then, ending the day watching hula shows and fireworks. Sounds like a dream, right? This dream can come true in Oahu which homes Waikiki, the most distinguished beach in Hawaii; Diamond head, a gorgeous volcanic crater surrounded by 200 acres of parkland; and Mokumanu and Mokulua, the twin islands near the Lanikai beach which you can kayak to and take mesmerizing photos next of the bird sanctuaries.
Windsurfers, romantic lovers and fans of luxurious indulging would love Maui’s shoreline which stretches for more than 120 miles. Maui’s Lahaina beach is considered the most romantic worldwide and is where the locals have their marriage ceremonies and perform hula dancing with traditional Hawaiian style. Taking your partner to Lahaina can be the most romantic way to propose. As for seekers of private indulging, Kaanapali beach in Maui offers the most luxurious isolated resorts in Hawaii where you can sunbath and be pampered with a a lomilomi massage. Windsurfers come from across the world to compete in Hookipa Beach of Hawaii for its perfect surfing conditions, so pay it a visit if you are a fan of the sport.
The Bid Island got its name from being the biggest island in Hawaii. Big island beaches vary from white sand beaches to black sand beaches made by volcanoes. The diving experience in Big Island beaches is magnificent as you’ll get to see numerous creatures native to Hawaii such as colorful coral, long-nosed butterfly fish, surgeon fish, yellow tang, kala and kole and even the endangered green sea turtle.