Stumped for what to do after New Year’s? We get it, you’ve done it all. You’ve had the quiet celebrations at home with family, you’ve gone to the raging parties with tons of people where most of them won’t even remember what happened the next morning, and a few of you couldn’t quite make it all the way to midnight (don’t worry, we won’t tell!). 2017 has been rough, and therefore you’re looking for some different tourist attractions in Hawai’i to start 2018 right, and we have the perfect recommendation for you: Why not start 2018 in paradise? That’s right, we’re talking about Princeville Kauai in New Year’s Eve!
Start 2018 on the Beach
When people usually think of visiting the beach, their mind immediately goes to summer vacations. However, one of the things that truly makes Princeville incredible is the gorgeous weather we experience here year-round, and this makes it possible to visit the beach year-round! Instead of being bundled up indoors trying to escape the frigid cold of winter, why not spend it relaxing in shorts or a swimsuit on the beach, enjoying weather in the mid to high 70’s? That sounds pretty good to us!
Get Out on the Water
The beach isn’t just for lounging; you can also try a few new Kaua’i north shore attractions while you’re here, such as surfing! Winter brings some great waves to the island, so if you’ve never surfed before, be sure to invest in some surf lessons from one of the local surf shops. If you’re a seasoned surfer, it’s time to tackle some of the best waves of the year!
There’s beauty under the waves, too, and if you’ve never tried snorkeling or scuba diving before, Hawaii is one of the best places in the world to get started! The sparkling, clear water allows for great visibility, and there are a number of local tour guides who can take you to the best tourist attractions in Kaua’i, hawai’i.
Join Us in Princeville Kauai in New Year’s Eve!
There are few places more beautiful than here in Princeville, and if you’re tired of the dreary skies of winter, we hope to see you here! Throw away those winter clothes, take off your shoes, and join us on the beach. Hau’oli Makahiki Hou!