Fri, 4 May 2012
All the Hawaiian Islands are surrounded entirely by water. But to decide not to travel to Hawaii because you can’t swim is assuming Hawaii is only for water enthusiasts. Coming from the islands we can say that there is more (much, much more) to do in Hawaii than just swim in the warm waters. It is true, however, that many vacationers choose Hawaii for this exact reason; to float in the ocean in nothing but a bikini, get some surf action in, or snorkel, but for them to say this is all they did on their entire 7-night stay would be an exaggeration. Plus, the water logged wrinkly skin would just get too ugly, not to mention swimming at night is a bit scary too.
But seriously, Hawaii offers its visitors and residents a plethora of land activities. Hiking, sightseeing, driving tours, museums and parks, shopping, zoos and aquariums, botanical gardens and waterfalls, volcanoes, beaches (just the sand part), the new zip line activity, biking, strolling, seriously the list could be endless. Hawaii is so much more than just it’s ocean activity parts, so have no fear visiting Hawaii, even if you can’t swim.