Aloha Hawaii

by DIWYY · 2 comments


Aloha Hawaii!

These islands are a water-lover’s paradise. From kayaking to surfing to kiteboarding to snorkeling to scuba diving to fishing, it’s hard to run out of activities involving H2O.

Two of our favorite kayaking trips in Hawaii:

Lanikai Kayaking To The Twin Islands – Oahu.

Paddling to offshore islets is popular on Oahu. The most well known of these destinations are the pyramid-shaped Mokulua islets off Lanikai Beach. The twin islets have small beaches on the leeward shores—a white sand beach on the larger island and a pebble beach on the smaller one. The setting is one of the most beautiful in all Hawaii.

Kayaking Kealakekua Bay – Big Island

Kealakekua Bay on the Big island’s Kona side is a favorite kayaking spot. Paddle about a mile straight across the bay to the Captain Cook monument. Dolphins are often seen in the bay.

Do It While You’re Young has featured Hawaii in a number of articles. Check these out when planning your next trip to Hawaii, Maui, or any of the other islands:

And just in case you can’t make it to Hawaii for a holiday but want to get your feet wet surfing, you can surf in New York City. Really.
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Photo courtesy of Ricardo Mangual.

laura 1

it is a paradise and more! beautiful destination 🙂

Beatriz 2

I have been in Big Island a few times and the last time, last Christmas, I went to Kealakekua Bay for snorkeling and I found out that kayaking has been banned. I was very surprised about people could kayak there because I saw people paddle to the shore and they damaged the coral reef.
But I have to say that for me Kealakekua Bay is my favorite spot of the island to snorkel.

By the way, congrats for your blog 🙂


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