Hawaii Activities

From relaxation to adventure, the lengthy list of Hawaii activities will see you spoiled for choice.

Most activities centre around the region’s world-famous beaches. If you love to surf, head to the Big Island or Oahu. Scuba and snorkel fans should spend time in the waters of Molokini Crater, while those that simply prefer to swim will have endless beaches to choose from.

Activities aren’t confined to the water, however. Hawaii is equally famous for its hiking, golf, shopping, spas and retreats.

This is a destination to enjoy luxurious pampering and leisurely pursuits. With something to suit every holiday style, the choice really is yours.  

Snorkelling and Diving in Hawaii

With clear blue waters and ready access to coral reefs, Hawaii is a snorkelling and scuba diving paradise. In fact, there’s almost as much to explore under the sea as there is on the land in this unique destination. Prime areas for snorkelling in Hawaii include Kealakekua and Honaunau Bay on the Big Island, Hanauma Bay on Oahu, Molokini in Maui, Hulopoe Bay on Lanai, and Kee Beach on Kauai.

Hawaii Hiking

From volcanic craters to scenic shorelines, Hawaii hiking is an ideal way to appreciate the region’s breathtaking landscape. The major islands all boast established hiking trails, with a lot of them beginning in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Enjoy volcanic wastelands to rainforest retreats and historic sites. Whatever your hiking preference, Hawaii has a trail to suit.

Hawaii Spas and Retreats

Visit any of the islands and sink into island time with a little help from one of the many Hawaii spas and retreats prepared to pamper, massage and soothe your worries away. If you’ve come here to unwind and experience a tropical paradise, take your pick from day spas to week-long wellness retreats. There’s something to suit all relaxation requirements, and the options are endless no matter your location.

Golfing Hawaii

Over 70 stunning courses make golfing one of the primary attractions of Hawaii, with Oahu being home to the highest number of courses. From stunning seaside locations with views of the Pacific Ocean, to golf courses featuring black volcanic roughs on the Big Island, the natural beauty of the region lends itself to simply spectacular golfing venues.