When it comes to hoilday destination nothing can beat Hawaii. It is world wide known for its beatyful beaches. Hawaii has to offers vast range of activities, including surfing, snorkeling, diving, hiking and camping. Hawaii is a place with endless adventure and trip to Hawaii gives you a lifetime memory

Hawaii is home for two national park Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and Haleakala National Park. The parks are know for its greatest volcanoes and breathetaking views.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is located along the southeastern shore of the island of Hawaii. The park has the most unique landscape that makes you feel on a different planet. Hawaii Volcanoes over 523 square miles from the summit of Maunaloa. The best time to visit Hawaii Volcanoes is spring when the temperature is cool making it the perfect time to explore the park.

The park has plenty of activities to offer from 150 hiking trails to or drive Chain of Craters road. The park has endless challenges. Hawaii Volcanoes has two active volcanoes Kīlauea and Mauna Loa. The world’s most active volcano is Kīlauea.  Mauna Loa is the world’s largest volcano located in the south-central part of Hawaii. If you have more than two days to spend in the park visit Mauna Kea the highest point in Hawaii which is the perfect spot for stargazing 

Places to Visit in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

  • Devastation Trail
  • Holei Sea Arch
  • Summit of Mauna Loa
  • Thurston Lava Tube
  • Kipuka Puaulu Bird Park

Haleakala National Park

Haleakala National Park is located on island of Maui. The park’s name Haleakala translates to “House of the Sun” as it is the most beautiful place for watching the sunrise. Haleakala was established as a national park in 1916 by Thomas A. Jaggar, a scientist at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory.

The perfect time to visit the park is winter when it has warm weather so you get to explore almost all the activities that the park has to offer. The most popular activity in the park is watching the sunset and sunrise. The park has a spectacular sunset and sunrise that you shouldn’t miss. You get to see more crowds for the sunrise than for sunset.

Watching is the sunrise is not the only activity in Haleakala. They have plenty of adventure to offer from challenging hikes to ziplining. You at least need two days to explore the park and also to enjoy the activities.

Places to Visit in Haleakala National Park

  • Haleakala Crater
  • Kalahaku Overlook
  • Leleiwi Overlook 
  • Waimoku Falls
  • Pipiwai Trail
  • Sliding Sands Trail
  • Ohe’o Gulch
  • Haleakala Observatories
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