What can be better than summer vacation somewhere in the islands? What do you say about Hawaii in summer vacation? Think about having a week or two in one of luxury beachfront villas, cottages or in a variety of oceanview condos. Located throughout Wailea, Lahaina, Kaanapali, Napili, Kapalua, Makena, Kihei, Paia, and Haiku, these vacation spots are the perfect getaway in Hawaii in summer tropical paradise.
Hawaii has lots of activities and special services to make your vacation even more relaxing during Hawaii in summer vacations. From a limousine pick-up at the airport to a private chef, they can provide you with just about anything you need.
Whether you're a novice or experienced diver...you'll enjoy a rare and unforgettable oceanic tour exploring the best of Hawaii underwater with Maui Sealife Scuba School. Hawaiian coastal waters hold a phenomenal abundance of endemic species that you won't find anywhere else on the planet. Don't miss an opportunity to appreciate Maui's unique underwater wonderland while learning the relaxing sport of scuba diving. Capture an intimate glimpse of amazing seascapes - colorful shallow waters, living reefs, delicate hills, vivid marine life and magical sea caves.
While staying in Hawaii in summer, take a boating trip - like a cruise to Lanai for a round of golf, or wake up in Kona for deep sea fishing. Return for dinner on Maui and plan to visit a secluded beach on Kauai. Your Kakela cruise will be an adventure your couple will never forget.
How about taking also a helicopter trip during Hawaii summer vacations - the favorite of kamaainas (residents), Blue Hawaiian Helicopters offers the many hidden secrets of Maui. Kamaainas know that the remote, pristine beauty of Maui can't be seen from a car-one can only guess at the grandeur and spirit of the island home in the inaccessible distance.
Experience the mystery and buy a Hawaii summer vacation packages with Blue Hawaiian Helicopters which take you right into the mystery. Glide through canyons with waterfalls that cascade 1,000 feet down sheer rock faces. Climb to the l0,000 foot summit of Haleakala and fly across the world's largest dormant volcano; then skim the treetops of dense tropical rain forests and track tumbling streams to their source - the contrast between the desolate splendor of the volcanic crater and the lush jungle is astounding. Once you fly through the West Maui Mountains - the second wettest spot on earth - you'll understand why Maui is called the Valley Isle.
Try hiking. Seeing Hawaii on foot is an experience like no other. With the vast array of wilderness and backroads beauty that this island has to offer, hiking is perhaps the ideal way of exploring.
Climb volcano. Grandeur, majesty, vastness volcano. Haleakala's subtle energy is intense and ethereal. It's absolutely silent. You'll hike along a spectacular trail overlooking the north side of Haleakala with canyons dropping 2,000 to 3,000 feet. This ridge trail has panoramic views of the ocean on one side and the crater on the other. You descend to the crater floor 1,600 feet along a series of well-built switchbacks. Views stretch for miles, from cloud forests and rain forests to the alpine desert within Haleakala itself.