You’ll be the crowning glory of the killer waves at Ho’okipa Beach, it’s a mecca for surf gods like you. Want to try your hand at something else? Then make the most of the beach’s strong winds and pull some stunts out on a windsurf. If the winds are low then there’s always kayaking, diving, swimming, snorkelling and fishing. Hope you’re feeling active.
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, it’s you ziplining your way down on one of the Skyline Eco-Adventure tours. Pick from one of the three sites in Maui, Kauai or Big Island and take the leap. Soar over richly-scented eucalyptus trees in Maui, look over the lush tropical valleys and coastal views in Kauai or spy a gushing waterfall on Big Island. No wonder they’ve been voted the number one ziplining company in Hawaii. You two are peas in a pod, both number one.
There's an amazing selection of fine sandy beaches and water sports. Surfing and windsurfing are popular. Take time to check out the Slaughterhouse Beach for bodysurfing and Hookipa Beach to watch expert windsurfers. The abundance of marine life in the crystal-clear waters make snorkelling and diving a fantastic experience.
In the centre of the island you will find the Iao Valley State Park, home to the iconic 365-metre natural rock pinnacle Iao Needle. Great for easy hikes, the lush valley offers perfect sightseeing opportunities.
Head inland to Haleakala - meaning "house of the sun" - home to a dormant crater and one of 2 volcanoes on the island, it boasts superb hiking and biking trails, not to mention spectacular panoramic views.
Discover the Road to Hana - the 103.6km long stretch of scenic roads, magnificent waterfalls and lush tropical rainforests.