Knowing what to see and do at any destination can be daunting, but Hawaii especially so given that such a diverse array of sites are scattered across six main islands. Fortunately, Hawaii tours exist for almost all the state's major points of interest, and no amount of touring on your own will ever match the perspective these Hawaii tours can offer. The best places to find information about the various Hawaii tours available are the Hawaii Convention and Visitors Bureaus located throughout the islands, including Honolulu and Lihue, Kauai. In addition, brochures highlighting specific Hawaii tours can often be found in tourist-oriented locations throughout major towns; be sure to pick up a few if you'd like to hop on some fascinating Hawaii tours by bus, bicycle, or even helicopter! Here's just a small sample of what Hawaii tours are out there to enjoy:
For the biggest variety of organized Hawaii tours try Polynesian Adventure Tours, a well-known Hawaii tours operator with branches on Oahu, Kauai, Maui, and Hawaii. Here, you can choose between general Hawaii tours of each island, or book a trip to a number of specific destinations, all by air-conditioned bus. While Hawaii tours of all types guarantee to be interesting, the uniqueness of each of the six main islands can make some Hawaii tours better suited for each locale. Hawaii tours by helicopter, for example, offer the most spectacular views of Kauai, with its lush greenery and majestic tropical peaks. Ohana Helicopter Tours and Island Helicopters will fly you over Kauai, which you might recognize as the dinosaur-ravaged paradise in Jurassic Park. Helicopters are also perfect to encompass the raw power of the state's most active volcano, Mount Kilauea, on the island of Hawaii. Stay on this high altitude island for one of the most unique Hawaii tours of all; in the winter months (while beaches are a blistering 90 degrees) Ski Guides Hawaii will transport you to the top of snow-capped Mauna Kea (at nearly 14,000 feet) for a day on the slopes of Hawaii. Tours on Maui take advantage of the island's calm west coast waters, with whale-watching excursion (only in the winter months) heading out on a daily basis. If you prefer your Hawaii tours to involve a little more legwork, try renting a bicycle from one of Maui's cycling outfitters, like Maui Downhill or Maui Mountain Cruisers. These Hawaii tours, in fact, aren't that strenuous - rides usually take off from higher altitudes and involve a lot of coasting downhill.
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