Tuesday, February 26, 2019

All About My #Springbreak In #Hawaii


Spring Break is coming soon and I'm super excited because this year my family is going to Hawaii! I'm going to share with ya'll some must see attractions in Oahu. After our vacation I will post a full review on each of the activities listed below. Be sure you are following me on Instagram because I will be posting lots of photos & going live at many of the attractions below.

1. Pearl Harbor This historic site offers free tickets to tour the U.S.S Arizona Memorial. They have over 1,300 free tickets released every morning at 7 am, but the tickets are first come first serve. They often run out by 9 or 10 am. We decided to secure tickets online for $1/each. You can reserve tickets ahead of time here

2. Honolulu Zoo The Honolulu Zoo is located between the slopes of Diamond Head and Waikiki at the corner of Kapahulu Avenue and Kalakaua Avenue and is open 9:00 am to 4:30 pm daily. Admission is $19/adult and $11 for children ages 3-12. Military members receive a discounted rate.

3. Kualoa Ranch This 4,000 acre ranch is not only beautiful but it is home to famous movies such as Jurassic Park and the tv show Lost was filmed here!  Kualoa Ranch offers many activities to choose from including a Jungle Jeep tour, ATV tour, secret beach tour and more! I am SO excited about our tour to see scenes from the movie Jurassic Park & my favorite tv show Lost.

4. Waikiki Aquarium Discover the beautiful fish and sea creatures that live in the waters of Hawaii. 

5. The Bishop Museum A wonderful place to visit and learn all about the history of Hawaii. Educational, fun and exciting lava demonstration! Plus a planetarium with daily 25 minute movies $2.95/each.

6. Dole Plantation Pineapples galore! Kids will love the Dole Plantation's Pineapple Express Train. Parents will enjoy the garden tour. Be sure to save room for a sweet treat, the dole whip! There is a free pineapple cutting demo and a fish feeding pond. Plus a huge pineapple maze too!

7. Polynesian Cultural Center Travel through time as you experience thousands of years, north of culture from six different island nations. The Polynesian Villages are open 12-6 daily. Play ancient games, sample poi, watch a cultural presentation, paddle a canoe, etc. Be sure to save time to visit the nightly Luau. Fun for both parents and kids. Super educational too!


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