From the bottom of the sea to the top of the mountains, there are endless adventures to enjoy while in the Hawaiian Islands! Rather than listing every activity option in Hawaii we will provide reviews of different experiences for you to decide what you would most enjoy. 
Ignore "must do" lists where you may be prompted to feel obligated to do the activities just because "everyone who comes to Hawaii does this". You are investing your hard earned money and precious time into your Hawaiian vacation. Review the options but only choose activities which appeal to you.

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