6 best places to visit in Hawaii in 2021

Pandemic, lockdown, online classes, work from home. Well, who doesn’t need a break. And what if it’s a place that offers adventure and peace, countryside vibes, and city vibes? Hawaii, the 50th state of America, which consists of eight islands could be an ideal destination for you. The islands are known for their scenic beauty, beaches, and adventures. Here’s a list of places to visit in Hawaii during COVID-19 times.

  1. Maui 

The second-largest island of Hawaii is the right place for anyone who is looking for a peaceful getaway. The island is known for the dormant volcano Haleakalā and the red landscapes of the Haleakala National Park. The park also offers spectacular sunsets and sunrise views. Road to Hana is yet another attraction in the Maui islands. Hana is a village in Maui, and the road that leads to it is one of the iconic tourist attractions of Hawaiian islands.

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        2. The Big Island

Home to two active volcanoes Kīlauea and Mauna Loa, the Big Island is the most dramatic tourist destination in Hawaii. A UNESCO World Heritage site, Volcano National Park is one of the most beautiful places in Hawaii. Mauna Kea observatory is another tourist destination of the Big Island. Mauna Kea, the world’s largest volcano is also a place for skiing.

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        3. Kauai 

The fourth-largest Hawaiian island should be on your list if you are a nature lover. The Na Pali Coast State Park, with its lush green mountains and pristine waterfalls, is the ideal spot for every nature lover.  Waimea Canyon, with its red soil, is also known as the Great Canyon of Pacific is also known to be one of the wettest places on the planet. 

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      4. Oahu

If you are in for some urban fun, Oahu is the right place for you. The Pearl Harbour National Museum is located on this island, which gives a glimpse into the tragic history of the USS Arizona. Oahu is also known for its surfing spots and the Waikiki beach is one of the best beaches in Hawaii for surfing and snorkeling.

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    5.  Lanai

This island was once known as the Pineapple Island for the pineapple plantations in it. Lanai is known for Hulopoe Bay, one of the top beaches in the USA. Garden of the Gods, with its red soil and rock formations, is another scenic spot in Hawaii. 

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        6.  Moloka’i

Yet another beach place, Sandy Beach in Moloka’i is the perfect spot for snorkeling. Kamakou Preserve, which is located on Kamakou, the highest peak in Moloka’i is home to many endangered flora and fauna. This is yet another place that can be added to your list if you are a nature lover.

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