Are you looking for a vacation? Are you sick of being the cog in a machine? Then now is the time for a vacation to Hawaii! Enjoy the sandy beaches, the sun and the crystal-clear waters. Sleep in; enjoy the food and most importantly, head on over for Oahu Hawaii helicopter tours!
Hawaii is a wonderful place to vacation, too, and apparently people agree considering Hawaii has around 220,000 visitors a day. But what can you do, and when should you go?
First, refrain from going during Christmas or New Years. If you are a penny-pincher, these are thee worst times to go since rates skyrocket during these times. As you can imagine, people are off work and want to get away during those times. Instead, consider setting time aside around May or October. You can often get accommodations you normally would not get any other time because of them being sold out at peak seasons.
Known as “the Gathering Place,” Oahu is home to many activities and sightseeing adventures you can immerse yourself in. Head over to the North Shore beaches to see surfing contests, restaurants and shopping. For example, Dole Pineapple Plantation first established itself back in 1950 when it was just a tiny fruit stand and has grown into a wonderful tourist attraction where thousands of visitors seek their pineapple goodness every year. However, maybe you are not interested in the sights on the ground. No, you are more interested in taking to the sky, are you not? Hawaii has you covered!
As mentioned before, Oahu is a great place to start for helicopter tours. Oahu Hawaii helicopter tours can take you around Hawaii’s 597 square mile island of Oahu. You can enjoy the sites of Oahu’s cities skyline hugging its beautiful yellow beaches and clear waters. And if you are a history buff, Oahu Hawaii helicopter tours can take you to see the famous Pearl Harbor. For fans of famous television shows and movies, Oahu, Hawaii has been home to many movie and television production sets.
Last, but certainly not least, is the Polynesian Cultural Center. It is a center for Polynesian people to share their culture with the masses. Experience breathtaking performances from hula dancers and the often fun Tahitian fire-making performance. You will have problem enjoying yourself on under the skies of Hawaii.