When visiting Hawaii, one thing you will surely want to do is spend some time on the water but close to shore. Kayaking is perhaps the best way to get a bit of time in on the water but still close enough to land to see some of the most beautiful scenery the world has to offer.
Temperatures in Hawaii are warm and if you hit it just right, you may not be there during the monsoonal rainy season! Plan ahead so you can attend an authentic luau, enjoy some time exploring and of course get in a good bit of time on the beach as well. No matter which island you visit, there’s sure to be kayak rentals so make sure to add this to your itinerary!
Kayaking the Perfect Hawaiian Experience
Before looking at some of the best places to kayak in Hawaii, it’s interesting to note that this is the perfect experience when on vacation there. More than a millennia ago the first Polynesian peoples came to the islands on canoes. Kayaking along the shore can give you a wonderful sense of what they saw when first approaching the islands, even if it is now dotted with buildings, people and vehicles. If you want an authentic Hawaiian experience, kayaking is as close as you’ll get.
Kayaking on Kauai
When taking off from your Kauai beach resort to spend a day kayaking, one thing you’ll see is that the county beach from which you’ll depart is lined with rocky cliffs. You won’t need to spend your time on the water looking at giant hotels, even if they have some of the finest Hawaiian resorts like the Koloa Landing Resort. With open air patios and a few steps to crystal clear world-famous beaches, you can spend time looking at the water from shore or viewing spectacular scenery on the shore from the water. What better way than kayaking where you can choose your route?
Kayaking from All the Major Islands
It is said that Hawaii is a kayaker’s paradise. With so much shoreline to explore and an abundance of kayak rentals, you could spend all day every day on the water and never see it all. If you are planning to kayak, the following islands do have rentals you can reserve:
- Hawaii – the Big Island of course!
- North Maui
- Kauai – mentioned above
When booking your stay, make sure to ask about the availability of kayak rentals so that you can get in the sport/activity you love while staying in paradise! Choose a location close to the beach and you’ll surely find rentals near at hand.
While many people vacation on the mainland United States to kayak on rivers and streams, there is nothing quite like spending time on waters that are globally renowned for their clarity and warmth. If you are into kayaking, Hawaii is a kayaker’s dream come true. The weather is warm enough to spend lots of time outdoors but just cool enough to make your days in the sun enjoyable. Looking for the best place to kayak? Hawaii is where it’s at.
Originally posted 2015-08-13 07:11:48. Republished by Blog Post Promoter