For some travelers, learning about the history and culture of a destination is key to a dream vacation. Fortunately, if your clients are headed to the Islands of Hawaii, there are plenty of places to see and activities to do that will leave them with a better understanding of its rich past. While all of the islands have historical attractions, the two essential islands for your clients to visit are Oahu and Hawaii Island. From volcanic origins to Hawaiian monarchs, these islands are filled with historical must-sees. Here are some landmarks that your clients will want to check out if they are history buffs.
After visiting these places, your clients should take an inter-island flight to Hawaii Island for a few more historical sites that will deepen their appreciation for Hawaii’s complex and interesting past.
Between Oahu and Hawaii Island, your clients will get their fill of history, transforming their vacation by deepening their understanding of each place they visit. If your client is also a thrill-seeker, consider Kauai as an alternative. Here they can visit places like the Kilohana Estate, Waioli Mission House and Waimea Canyon State Park, while incorporating adventurous activities into the mix. Be sure to read Get Your Clients Ready for Adventure in Hawaii if you’re searching for activities to get your client’s adrenaline racing.