Best Guide For A 4 Day Itinerary To Hawaii

Hawaii also known as the big island is crammed with a laidback vibe, beauty, sizzling culture, adventures, fun, and everything a sightseer wants! Located on the Pacific Ocean, the isle offers a stunning coastline immersed with breathtaking scenery!

It is very simple to understand why the destination is often seen in every traveler’s bucket list. There are endless reasons to justify its position. And, if you’re lucky enough to kick-off a sojourn to every world traveler’s dream destination, planning about how you’ll spend four days is a must. Yes, the big island needs complete four days from your schedule, of course, the length of the trip depends on you but if you want to capture the best of the island state a four-day trip is what you’ll need.

In the feed, we have compiled a guide for you that covers all the four days! So, you head for the absolute time of your life.

Day 1

Kona Coast

Kona region of the state is the most occupied, spanning over more than two-thirds of the entire west of the Island. The part is home to expansive coffee farms, historical landmarks, white sand beaches, a plethora of restaurants, and lively nocturnal. The big part of the island is a perfect way to spend the entire day capturing the diversity and unfiltered beauty. We have picked for you some must-visit sites around the Kona coast-
Walking Tour to Historical place-Hulihee Palace, Mokuaikaua Church, and Ahuena Heiau.
Honaunau National Historical Park and Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park.
Kekaha Kai State Park white Sand Beaches- the clear waters of Kona Coast are ideal for snorkeling, diving, sailing, fishing, in short, ultimate fun and leisure.


Day 2

Volcanoes National Park

This one is the most enthralling and most-visited site on the island and you should surely add this to your itinerary. The Kilauea volcano is the active volcano and the most visited one in the world.
Must-visit areas of the park are listed below-
Chain Of Craters Road Drive
Kilauea IKI Crater Hike
Ka u Desert
Opening Hours-
The park is open 24 hours a day and the visitor center is opened between 9:00 am and 5:00 pm.

The Best Time To Visit-
The best time to visit the Volcanoes National Park is from June to September, which falls under dry months.


Day 3

Puna Coast

The eastern coast of the big island is a unique side and the most challenging place among them all. Puna Coast is drenched by rain, nestled by wooly creatures, singe by lava, and immersed with raw nature. The place is different from what you’ll see on the rest of the island and thus a must addition to your itinerary.
Here we have picked the most amazing things you can do at the Puna Coast-
Lake Viewing- the most flattering destination on the eastern edge of the island
Kapoho Tide Pools- here you can see various types of fishes
Wednesday Night Market – the perfect place to relish food, fine music, and great hospitality.
Cape Kumukahi- the cleanest breezes blowing will unwind and relax you.


Day 4


As you’re about to end your amazing trip which we guess you won’t love to do that still, add the Hawaiian’s beautiful capital city Honolulu. The capital city is popularly a hype among all the visitors simply because of the world-renowned Waikiki Beach. But a stopover to Honolulu is beyond the Waikiki Beach and you’ll see much more exciting stuff!
The Top sights you should Must-Visit are
Diamond Head
Hanauma Bay
Pearl Harbor
Iolani Palace

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