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Sea Life Park of Hawaii

Sea Life Park of Hawaii

The Sea Life Park of Hawaii focuses on educational programs on and conservation of sea life. Dance with dolphins, green sea turtles, sea lions, native fish, rays, monk seals, sharks and a host of other sea animals at this park. Tourists are allowed to feed the sea animals and touch the wings of the gentle and giant stings rays and dolphins. And if you are daring enough then you can don on a helmet and dive into the 300,000 gallon water tank to meet the reef sharks and hammerheads.

Wet n Wild Water Park

Wet n Wild Water Park

One of the best tourist destinations of Oahu, Wet n Wild Park of Hawaii is the best and biggest water park of Hawaii. The Park promotes a gallery of about 25 different and equally invigorating activities and attractions for those who love to get engrossed in thrill and wild wet ecstasy. Addicts of an adrenaline rush can ride the Shaka plunging slides that feature a vertical plunge from 36 feet above or take a twist on the Tornado that catapults the riders through a madly twirling tunnel of 45 feet. However, the Park has its fair share of tame and moderate rides like Water World Playground for children and adults alike and a wave pool called the Hawaiian Waters.

Ala Moana Center

Ala Moana Center

Ala Moana centre has everything in store for us. You name it and they will present it and that too with a distinct style. Ala Moana centre has every ingredient of gaiety for us.

Travelling to Hawaii, United States of America

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The picturesque rolling hills and valleys, the sun-kissed beaches and the cool refreshing atmosphere, Hawaii is the ideal destination of vacation for the adventurous foodie, fun parent and solo explorer in you. The foodie will be swept off the feet with fine dining restaurants, cozy bistros and hip cafes, takeaways and food trucks that boast of farm to table dishes. Go sunbathing at the beachside cafes with coconut cocktails, revel in hula dancing, and get absorbed in the exploration of Hawaiian art, music, and culture. Blend in with the congenial culture of Hawaii, visit the historic sites, museums and national parks, play the ukulele forge memories to remember for life in Hawaii. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

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Hawaii Travel Tips & Guide

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets can be purchased online at competitive rates.

How To Get Around?

Hawaii provides the following facilities for getting around: transportation on the islands of Hawaii, flights within the islands enabled by Mokulele Airlines and Hawaiian Air Airlines, ferries that travel between islands, cruises and tours

What Should I Wear?

The weather being warm with occasional bouts of rain it is safe to carry light summer clothes with raincoats and waterproof boots. Carry a pair of flipflops for the beaches. Wear summer breezy tops, casual capris and shorts, and swimsuits.

Hawaii Tourism Facts

Best Time to Visit

The best time of the year to visit Hawaii is in the months between December and April. Specifically, the first week of January and the last two weeks of December are considered the prime time for touring Hawaii. If you are touring Hawaii in the last week of March, then watch out for the magnificent festivals, cookouts and canoe races at the golden beaches of Hawaii. Refrain from treading into the places marked as kapu in Hawaii as these are places of worship for the Hawaiians.

Currency

US Dollar (USD)

Will I Need a Guide?

No need to use any guide, because you can find any information on this site.

How To Get There?

There are facilities for direct flights from the mainland of the US to Hawaii Island, Maui and Kauai. But mostly, a connection to Oahu is needed to reach the neighboring islands of Hawaii that include Molokai and Lanai.

Additional Info

Hawaii is prone to warm climate throughout the year which unfortunately makes it a breeding house for mosquitoes. Carry insect repellents, keep your valuables safe, carry a large amount of cash with you and take the necessary precautionary measures for a secure and happy tour.