The island of Maui offers a wide range of water sports, as well as lush plantations and the spectacular grandeur of the Haleakala Volcano. And if that was not enough to get you excited, from December until April Maui’s favourite visitors are its residents: the humpback whales, 6,000 , migrate from their summer feeding grounds in Alaska to the warm and sheltered waters of the Hawaiian Islands. Be sure to reserve a spot on the whale watching cruises to observe them or you can grab a pair of binoculars and watch them from vantage points on the shore.
There is no shortage of things to see and do in Oahu. Why not take a helicopter tour of the island during the day or a night-time helicopter tour of Honolulu and see the city lights! You can take the Pearl Harbour excursion, hike up to Diamond Head or simply chill on Waikiki beach and take in a beach movie! And don't forget about the shopping! Oahu shopping is well known, an experience well worth taking. See waterfalls, rainforests, birds, plants and famous sites such as Diamond Head Crater and Hanauma Bay, while learning about Oahu's Geology, Archaeology, and history one some of the many tours offered by Oahu Nature Tours. If you’re looking for something more adventurous, they also offer Whale Watching experiences, Shark Cage diving and Waterfall Hikes. Spend your day at the five Pearl Harbour museums and memorials. Whether you go to pay respects to the sailors or learn about this historic Pacific wartime event, your day is sure to be filled with all of the history of World War II and the history of Honolulu.