Hawaii is the home to America’s best beaches. If you have been dreaming of palm trees and crystal clear water every time you are staring out your window, you are in desperate need of a vacation in Hawaii. You may have been to several islands before, but Hawaii will give you a different experience. The islands in Hawaii are very diverse. Each island has its unique features.
In this post, we will be focusing on some of the most Instagrammable spots in Hawaii. The photos that you will capture at any of the spots that we are going to recommend will not only attract more Likes, Comments, and Shares but will also attract free Instagram followers. Instagrammers will flock at your page looking for more beautiful photos and some will end up following you. Here are some of the Instagrammable spots in Hawaii that you should visit and capture a photo that will make your friends at home very jealous.
1. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
A trip to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is one of the reasons why tourists from all over the world flock to the island. It is located forty-five minutes south of Hilo and home to more than 300,000 acres of historic land. On this protected property, you can pose for an Instagram photo at the campground, the two volcanoes (Maunaloa and Kilauea), the 150 miles hiking trail, barren rocky areas, and natural wonders. Remember, it is only in this park that you can find an active volcano in the United States. If you are planning to visit this place, remember to carry your camera to capture some of your experiences and memories at these beautiful natural phenomenons. Apart from a camera, you should also wear appropriate attire, bring water, and remember to wear ample sunscreen, especially if you are planning to go hiking.
2. Hanauma Bay
Hanauma Bay is one of the most popular and most visited beaches in Hawaii. It is a protected marine sanctuary and one of the best places to visit when you are looking for underground photography. It has a beautiful crescent curving on the beach, and you can be able to take great shots from the highway. That crescent-shaped beach was formed over one thousand years ago when a violent volcanic eruption blew out one side of the crater. The rock tubes are now well protected and home to over 300 species of fish and beautiful marine life. For safety reasons, if you are not a pro swimmer, you should not attempt snorkeling far from the shore.
3. Diamond Head
Diamond head mountain is at the end of Waikiki Beach and offers great photo opportunities. It has great photogenic scenes when you are shooting from it and when you are shooting it. If you are looking to get the best photo that will attract more Likes, Comments, and Shares on Instagram, you should shoot it when hiking at the top of the mountain very early in the morning.
Diamond Head is one of the major tourist attraction sites in Hawaii, but you should not let that turn you off. It has more unique experiences to offer. Before going to Waikiki beach, you should start with this mountain. You can even walk from Diamond Head to Waikiki Beach, they are 3 miles (5 kilometers) apart. You can cover that distance in about two to three hours.
4. The road to Hana (Devorce Highway)
The road to Hana, Maui, is the most famous in Hawaii. It is a two-lane highway that stretches for 64 miles to connect Hana and Kahului. Are you wondering why this road is popular in Hawaii? It is because you can stop and take great photos. That is because along the way you will see mountains, forests, waterfalls, and deserted beach towns. The sights are beautiful, but you have to be careful if you are the one driving. The road itself is narrow, has one-lane bridges, and some hairpin turns. This road is also known as the Divorce Highway because it causes few arguments between couples that are used to driving on wide roads with multiple lanes.
5. Wailua Falls
Wailua falls is best known for its appearance in the opening series of a television series known as Fantasy Island. It is nearly 200-feets tall and has a freshwater pool below. When you are at this waterfall, you can drive a bit down Route 580 to see Opaeka’a Falls. It is 150-feets tall and less visited and known as compared to Wailua falls. In ancient times, Hawaiian Kane men were testing their endurance herel. They used to jump from the top of the waterfall to the 30-foot pool at the bottom. Today, diving is both illegal and dangerous.