Updated: Mar 11, 2022
Hawaii is paradise on Earth. When you see what the island looks like in person, you will know that GOD is GOD if you didn't already know. The tropical sunshine will literally give you new life in that whatever has been weighing you down will simply melt away under the hot tropical sun rays. Please press play to watch a snippet of an amazing luau.
My husband, Ralph, absolutely loved Hawaii. Needless to say, he was not alone. We stayed on the island of Maui in a resort. The Wailea Beach Resort is nestled between two of Maui's best beaches--Waikiki Beach and Ulua Beach. They are both within walking distance of the resort. The oceanside resort is breathtaking. There are no walls to the lobby where you check-in. It is all outside. This view is seen as you check-in The Wailea Beach Resort. Of course, upon entering the resort, you are greeted with a Hawaiian drink and a Hawaiian lay--the necklace of tropical flowers.
The inside of the resort is very elegant as well. We enjoyed a plush hotel room with an oceanside view. I know you would rather see Hawaii than read some words about it so here you go.
Here are 3 things to do while visiting Hawaii:
1. Haleakala National Park
Many visitors wake up early to drive to the Haleakala Visitor Center. It is the best spot to watch what may be the most spectacular sunrise on earth. As the sun peeks over the horizon, an ever-changing swirl of color and light dance across the vast sea of clouds—a sight described by Mark Twain as “the most sublime spectacle I have ever witnessed.” Perhaps just as impressive are Haleakala’s sunsets and the bright, starry skies revealed at night.
2. Jurassic Falls Helicopter Tour
The Maui helicopter tour is a guest favorite. It offers an unforgettable opportunity to experience breathtaking waterfalls and amazing sea cliffs. You'll also have a chance to explore the outer edges of the dramatic West Maui Mountains.
3. Maui Snorkeling Tours
For the thrill-seeker in you, any of Maui's snorkeling tours will offer you an adventure of a lifetime. Not only do you get to swim with the dolphins but you get to whale watch as well while exploring Maui's vibrant coral reefs and volcanic craters.
In summary, if you ever get a chance to go to Hawaii, you will be on a mission for the rest of your life to go there again. It is paradise on Earth. I love Hawaii.
Here I am purposely engaging in inspired living!