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Warm up to Once-in-a-Lifetime Hawaii Experiences

Posted on January 30, 2015

For those enduring the wintry mix that’s moving its way across the country, get your blood pumping with thoughts of only-in-Hawaii adventures such as swimming with manta rays or plunging out of a plane on Oahu’s picturesque North Shore.

Learn how you can tick multiple items off your bucket list with a trip to the perpetually warm and sunny Hawaiian Islands as Robyn Basso, senior director of travel industry partnerships for the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau, chats with ExpertFlyer.com’s Lisa Kaslyn in the following video:

ExpertFlyer.com breaks down its top Hawaii recommendations based on various traveler profiles: once-in-a-lifetimers, honeymooners, spring breakers, wildlife explorers, and the fun and mellow wander. See which experiences suit your style best or try a bit of everything!

Once-in-a-Lifetimers:

  • Swim with Dolphins or Manta Rays – Get up close and personal with these amazing marine creatures in their own natural environment. Embark on a morning sail off Oahu’s quiet Waianae Coast for a water encounter with Hawaiian spinner dolphins; or suit up for a nighttime dive off the Kona Coast on Hawaii Island to swim with the manta rays.

           Photo Credit: Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA); Tor Johnson

  • Conquer Your Fears – Take your vacation to new heights on an adrenaline pumping skydive or zipline in the Hawaiian Islands. Whether you’re taking the plunge out of a plane above Oahu’s picturesque North Shore; or soaring over Kauai’s lush rainforest or the 250-foot Akaka Falls (Hawaii Island) by zipline, don’t forget to enjoy the incredible views along the way.

            Photo Credit: Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA); Kirk Lee Aeder

  • Vacation on Hawaii’s lesser-known islands – Away from crowds and the hustle and bustle of everyday life are the islands of Lanai and Molokai. Lanai is known for its peaceful seclusion, high-caliber golf courses, and enthralling sights for explorers. On Molokai, you can seemingly travel back in time, feeling the mana (power) of the Hawaiian culture and enjoying outdoor adventures ranging from sports fishing to mule rides.

             Photo Credit: Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA); Dana Edmunds

To continue reading “The All-Travelers Guide to a Perfect Hawaiian Holiday,” click here.

About Lisa Kaslyn: Lisa Kaslyn is a business and travel aficionado. She blogs for ExpertFlyer.com, a powerful real-time air travel information service, providing subscribers with a complete, concise and efficient way to access the ever-changing details of worldwide air travel information. A world traveler, Lisa’s posts and ExpertFlyer video interviews feature travel industry influencers and innovators, trends and exciting destinations.

- by So Much More Hawaii and Lisa Kaslyn

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