Whether you’re staying at a five-star resort or a modest plantation-era inn, it’s easy to explore Hawaii’s diverse landscape, food and cultures — and almost a crime not to. Here are highlights of some newer excursions and experiences around the islands, from south to north: Hawaii Island On the Big Island, lava flowing into the ocean remains a powerful magnet for visitors, who can view it from land, air or (for the very adventurous) sea. While you’re near Hilo, take advantage of KapohoKine Adventures’ new kayak and stand-up paddle rentals to traverse Hilo Bay, starting at the Grand Naniloa Hotel.
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