The sleepy town of Hilo on the Big Island of Hawaii is a hidden gem. There are so many wonderful things to do in Hilo, from waterfalls to active volcanoes to beaches. Here are 49 awesome things to do in Hilo, Hawaii.
*Note: this list of things to do also includes Honokaa and Kau.
If you’re looking for things to do in Hilo, checking out all of the waterfalls should be at the top of your list. Hilo is one of the rainiest parts of the Hawaiian Islands, and that means that there are a ton of spectacular waterfalls in the area. Here are eight unreal Hilo waterfalls for you to explore.
Maui is quickly catching up to Oahu for the title of the most visited Hawaiian Island. Regardless of this fact, many visitors stick to a few simple popularized attractions. To expand your options, here are 50 awesome things to do on Maui.
There are so many things to do in Hawaii – from visiting canyons to swimming with dolphins to even seeing snow! Sometimes it’s hard to keep track of all of the activities on the eight Hawaiian Islands that are worth your time. To help you out, I’ve created a Hawaii bucket list of sorts with 50 amazing things to do in Hawaii.
Finding things to do on Oahu with kids can be a bit of a challenge. Of course, there are the expected ones, like building a sandcastle at Waikiki Beach. But to expand on this list with a few more creative ideas, here are 60 things to do on Oahu with kids!
When you think of Oahu, Hawaii, odds are you think of relaxing in the sun on the beach under a palm tree. You definitely don’t have any thoughts of things to do on Oahu when it rains. So that’s where this article comes in! Here are 12 things to do on Oahu when it rains!
As an Oahu local, I know there are so many things to do on Oahu, Hawaii, especially considering its less than 600 square miles. From beaches to hikes to festivals to restaurants, Oahu really does have it all.
Huge waves and surfers. That’s what the North Shore, Oahu is known for across the world. However, there is so much more to do and see than surf and watch surf competitions (although both of those can be pretty fun). To help you find some other activities to go on the North Shore, here is the ultimate guide to the North Shore, Oahu.
On Oahu, we don’t have the pull-up-and-take-a-picture waterfalls that many of the other Hawaiian Islands do. No, you have to go on a bit of a hike to reach any of our waterfalls on the island. That said, the Oahu waterfall hikes are definitely worth a little bit of extra exercise.