Posted By mkgents on January 15, 2013
Hawaii is undoubtedly the most visited destination of beach bum as the summer season comes. It is known for its pristine beaches and great sunny weather. The best thing about Hawaii is that you can visit seven various islands to enjoy your summer vacation. Most of the tourists who go to the place take a trip to one or two islands. To those who are planning to visit just one island, my advice for you is to properly select the best island that will surely suit your taste. Here are some tips and bits of information that could help you choose the island in which you would love to spend your summer vacation.
Most people who travel to Hawaii choose the Island of Oahu. This is the capital of the state the home of the most celebrated Waikiki beach. The island welcomes hundreds of thousands visitors each year. People who go in this Island mostly stay in Waikiki beach. It is the abode of famous hotels along the beach such as Moana Surfrider and Royal Hawaiian. Although the hotels by the beach are quite expensive, room rates in Oahu are mostly cheaper compared to the other rooms in different islands. And if you are a fan of surfing, you must definitely take a visit to North Shore which is the place of the biggest waves in the whole world. Aside from the North Shore, you can also visit the Turtle Beach which is the place where most sea turtles lay their eggs and breed.
Maui is the second most popular island in Hawaii. Most celebrities choose this place because of the peaceful and serene atmosphere that it provides. The popular destination in Maui is Wailea. I have to warn you though that this place is the most expensive of all the hotels in Hawaii, but every penny is definitely worth it as it brings the best beach spots in the world, which is indeed priceless.
The Big Island could also be another choice for you. This is the biggest island in Hawaii that is segmented into two areas; one is called Hilo and the other is called Kona. Most of the resorts are found in Kona. The Big Island offers an experience of a lifetime as it brings you close to an active volcano.