There is no denying that Hawaii is the perfect romantic spot. From thousands of weddings to a large number of public proposals and honeymoons. All these can become a little bit too much, especially if you’re single.
Figuring out what to do as a single person in Hawaii can be frustrating. Hawaii is a city of romance. From its luxurious hotels to its exotic restaurants, you are sure to find a lot of couples hanging around.
However, Hawaii remains a hot spot for single individuals and also searching ones. What better place to find a partner than somewhere warm, where you can freely wear those great shorts and Hawaiian Shirts or those beautiful bikinis.
All around Hawaii, there are great locations single tourists can visit to have a good time.
Waikiki Beach and the Diamond Head State Monument:
Waikiki has one of the most beautiful beaches in Hawaii. To make things more interesting, it is Hawaii’s biggest tourist attraction.
Waikiki also has some of the biggest resorts, restaurants, and shopping centers on the island. So do not worry, Waikiki will keep you so occupied with lots of activities. It provides you the opportunity to finally learn to surf or swim. You will get to eat those cuisines you’ve always wanted to try, among other interesting activities. You can also visit the Diamond Head State Monument, which gives a unique and beautiful view of the coast.
Volcanoes National Park:
Hawaii is home to a large number of active volcanoes. If you’ve never seen one, a vacation to Hawaii will provide you the perfect opportunity to cross that off your bucket list.
The park’s centerpiece Kilauea has been active since 2018, but visitors should be scared because the park is closed off during periods of seismic activities. Such periods usually pose threats, and visitors aren’t given access.
Waimea Canyon State Park:
It’s located on the west side of Kauai Island, the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” stretches over 10 miles long. This dynamic spectacle is favored for its amazing beauty. It is also an ideal spot for paragliding, which is something many enjoy. It is also open to hiking activities, and rafting tours along the river.
For the best view, there are two main lookouts, Puu Ka Pele and Puu Hinahina.