Unique Summer Places to Visit

Unique Summer Places to Visit

As there is just over a month of summer left, you wanted to share the two random favorite attractions to visit; the Big Sur, California and the Haleakala National Park, Hawaii.


Big Sur, CA

Who doesn't know Big Sur? The tourist attraction is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world. It's a lovely place to visit in the summer. Located in California between the Carmel Highlands and Sans Simeon, it's a rugged and mountainous expanse of land. 

Big Sur is famous for it's beautiful and dramatic scenery. The California Condors and California Sea Otters are two wildflowers that contribute to making the area a spectacular sight. Its beautiful underdeveloped coastline makes it an attraction for millions of people around the world.

It's advisable to book a reservation ahead of time because of the volume of tourists that visit during summer. (5 million people). A road trip to cover the 90 miles coastline is one of the activities you can engage in to catch its dramatic scenery.

The ragged point is a lovely spot to park and stretch your tired legs. There's an inn, a gas station, a convenience shop and a snack bar.

Hiking and camping are two activities you can enjoy at the Sur. Some camping areas include state parks, streamside camping and privately owned camps.

The Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park is where you get to see the McWay Falls. There are only two life falls in California, and the McWay Falls is one. The Nepenthe and the Cafe Kevah are great places to catch a bite.


Haleakala National Park, HI

Hawaii is one of the top tourist attractions in the US. On the Hawaiian Island of Maui is the beautiful Haleakalā National Park.

If you are looking for a funfilled trip with lots of amazing sceneries and natural structures you don't see apart from in videos, this park is right for you.

You get to see the Haleakalā Volcano, scary and exciting. The area is safe for tourists.

The endangered Hawaiian geese is an animal you can only find in Hawaii. There is other endangered wildlife in Hawaii.

It is excellent for hiking and offers a fantastic insight into the Hawaiian culture. 

If you are up for it, try the climb to the summit of the Haleakalā. It's 10,023 ft so be ready for lots of climbing. There are rugged trails on your way to the summit. Note that there is no food or gasoline in the park, so come prepared.

The coastal district of Kipahulu is where all the water activities go on. The pools of ‘Ohe'o, waterfalls and other freshwater lakes dot the area. While you are visiting, keep an eye for dolphins, sea turtles, humpback whales, monk seals and other exciting sea creatures.

There are numerous trails for hiking - Pīpīwai Trail, Kūloa Point Trail and Kahakai Trail.

Spend your summer in style in any/both of these beautiful locations. The weather can get scorching in these places, so pack the appropriate summer clothes. Visit out our stores for your stunning summer clothing.



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