I present to you the prettiest places in Hawaii – they’ll make you want to catch the next flight over as soon as you take a look at them. This archipelago in the Pacific is one of the most exotic paradises in the world. If you ever come here, then you’ll lose yourself to heavenly beaches and gorgeous landscapes. See for yourselves which wonders await you in Hawaii!
My top 5 of the prettiest places in Hawaii
Waikiki Beach | Rainbow Falls | Black Sand Beach | Bamboo Forest
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1. Surfing at Waikiki Beach on O’ahu
Waikiki Beach is a dream come true made of white sands, bright exotic colours and wonderfully clear waves. It’s definitely one of the most beautiful and most famous beaches in the world and impresses with its very special atmosphere. What once used to be the place where the Hawaiian Royal Family spent their holidays is now a place where visitors from all over the world come to. Located directly next to O’ahu’s capital, Honolulu, you’ll find plenty of resorts, hotel and many different places to go shopping. The beach is a paradise for surfers and bodyboarders and it’s frequently visited all year round. Definitely one of the most interesting and liveliest beaches on the island and therefore my top place on Hawaii!
2. Rainbow Falls on Hawaii
One of my absolute highlights on the entire archipelago are the majestic waterfalls on Big Island, Hawaii. This volcanic island is the youngest and at the same time the most diverse island in Hawaii and impresses with thunderous waterfalls, green jungles and magical volcanic landscapes. My favourite waterfall on the green side of the island close to Hilo is definitely the Rainbow Falls. As you can probably guess by the name, you can admire all the colours of the rainbow in the mists kicked up by the water when the sun shines.
3. Black Sand Beach, Hawaii
Created by volcanic rocks, the Black Sand Beaches are a very rare natural phenomenon. Could you imagine laying your towel out on a volcanic beach and feeling the black sand between your toes? Generally you won’t be having to look long to find a black beach. Particularly fascinating is the Punalu’u Black Sand Beach Park, which is home to the Hawaiian honu – or turtles as they’re known to you and me. You’ll be able to see these creatures up close!
4. Bamboo Forest on Maui
Fancy a small wander through a genuine bamboo forest? Well then, you’d best head off to Maui straight away, because you’ll be able to pay a visit to what is a very special place indeed. You’ll be able to set off along a footpath called the Pipiwai Trail which will lead you through this mysterious forest and more.
5. The picturesque Na Pali Coast of Kauai
The Nai Pai Coast on Hawaii’s oldest island, Kauai, is absolutely breathtaking. This section of coast, marked by the green peaks and hills, appears completely unspoiled – almost as if it hasn’t changed in over hundreds of years. What a magnificent view! If you want to take a closer look at the area, then you can go hiking in the impressive hills and make use of the demanding hiking trails. If you’re no experienced hiker, then you can of course go on a boat tour or even a guided kayak trip! In any case, the Na Pali Coast is a real adventure!
As a small extra I wanted to show you a little something about the dazzling marine life in Hawaii! Colourful coral reefs stretch their way all around the archipelago, filled with all sorts of marine creatures that you’ll be hard pressed to find anywhere else in the world. I promise you – as soon as you’ve swum with turtles, wild dolphins and colourful fish off the coast of Hawaii, you’ll never want to take your goggles off! I can only recommend you guys to visit this place at least once in your life, because these special places in Hawaii will leave you absolutely speechless!
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