So with some many Nurses visiting conferences each year, we’d like to share some of the coolest outdoor things you can do in Hawaii. Hawaii may be a small place but there is seriously so many things to do outdoors. On the island of Oahu especially. Being Nurse Anesthetists, we’ve seen our fair share of serious injuries when families go for hikes that are too dangerous or too difficult. So keep that in mind as we share our list of some of the best activities.
Diamond head may be one of the most popular hiking trails that’s easy for the beginner but challenging enough that you’ll get a great workout in. It offers amazing views of the Pacific Ocean and used to be a US military post. Plan on taking around 2 hours to walk back and forth. Costs of entry is very cheap at only $5/car or $1/per person if you’re walking in.
Other great activities include the countless beaches and ocean. If you’re into surfing or just watching surfing, check out Keawaula beach on the north shore for some spectacular waves. Looking for a more relaxed place to chill? Check out Lanikai Beach for a calm white sands experience.
Hawaii has amazing weather so doing any outdoorsy is spectacular. From playing football and soccer to jumping on trampolines. Hawaii is one of the states with the fastest growth of trampoline sales. This island nation is now one of the best place to check out trampoline reviews online. Parents are even opting to purchase these trampolines for their kids, that are guaranteed to be safe. There is no better place to learn how to trampoline than Hawaii.
Another super fun outdoor activity is fishing. If you have some patience you can catch a huge variety of fishes. Our top spot for some quiet fishing is Makai Research Pier, this is one of the hidden gems in Oahu. Many times you may even see some sea turtles. There are a variety of ocean fishes and local guides around the area if you’ve never fished before.