Where can we go on holiday in March?

Looking for somewhere warm and interesting family not into laying around all day. Need somewhere with places of historical interest and walks

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago
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    Hawaii is a grate place to go on vacation at any time of the year. They have all the things to do that you are looking for. I put this post together for others and thought you might be able to benefit from parts of it. Hope this helps!

    Ok here's my post:

    The 101 things to do in hawaii magazine can be purchased online and sent to you which has a ton of good coupons. Here's the link http://www.101thingstodo.com . You can also get it on the stands on the streets. I do that along with buying the latest entertainment book for honolulu to maximize my discounts. Oahu is a fantastic place to go on vaction and this post that I previously put together will def help you out too! This post ranges from Hiking,Hotels,Waterfalls all the way to clubs and were to get discount coupons. I hope this helps you out! Have a great trip!

    I love hiking Hawaii and this site is by far the most detailed. Manoa falls is one of my favorite falls to hike to and although not recommended the hike up past the first falls to the second, third and beyond are amazing. Many people go around the fence and up the banyan roots to the second falls and swim up above. I'm guilty of that too, but it is absolutely amazing and you can dive off the rocks into the water. This link http://www.hawaiitrails.org/ will take you to a site that explains any trail on all the islands and is an absolute MUST see if you’re going to do any hiking on the island. The rest of this post is stuff I put together for someone else and has other helpful or useful info for travelers to Hawaii. Def go and check that site out...you won't be disappointed. Hope this helps you out.

    I am a nature nut and Hawaii is a great place to enjoy our beautiful planet! I put this together earlier but wanted to share it with you because there are some things here that will help you out! Hawaii is definitely worth it! I just can't get enough of that place! I have been 6 times and I have found enough on Oahu to do that I haven't even ventured out to the other islands yet! Here are some things in Waikiki and around the island to do; Dukes is def cool and right on the beach, and if you want to dance you can head over to Scruples. If you like to drink then do it in your room cause it is way way to expensive at the clubs. I suggest going to one of the 50+ ABC stores and grabbing your alcohol there for much cheaper! There is a ton of eating places down on the strip but the real Hawaii is out of town. Take the bus or drive up to manoa valley and experience the rainforest and a natural waterfall! Take a trip to the north shore and go to Waimaia Valley and see some of the most spectacular fauna anywhere! If you adventurous hike along the ridges and see paradise from 4000 feet! I did that and loved every second of it..Ok well it was more like 8 hours of it but anyway..lol. This link will take you to a site with very detailed info on hiking trails http://www.hawaiitrails.org/ Diving and snorkeling are pretty awesome too! Hanuama bay is touristy and with good reason. You are guaranteed to see tons of fish and have a nice afternoon at a beautiful beach! Diving can be done just off shore and runs around 100 bucks for 2 tanks and you don't need to be experienced. Not far out of town you can jet ski or parasail. Wouldn't really bother with the jet skiing because they have too many rules in Hawaii but the parasailing is something you should at least try once. After that it gets kind of boring. In town the international market place is def cool and worth strolling through...a tip..go to all the kiosks and then go back and don't be afraid to barter..that's how it works there! On the weekend a really cool thing to do it go to aloha stadium for a huge flea market!!! I mean huge the tents go all around the stadium and everything you find for souvenirs in Waikiki you will find there for way I mean way cheaper!! Oh one last thing, you have to go to a Luau and the Paradise Cove Luau is the best. oh crap...just thought of something else that will help you out. Go to www.Entertaiment.com and buy the book for Hawaii and it will give you so many discount coupons it will pay for it self right away. I did and it worked great. I just found another site that has coupons that you can print off the web so check this one out too http://www.ecouponshawaii.com/............. Don't forget that part..really do it and you won't be sorry. Many 2-1 coupons on dinners in the Entertainment Book. Waikiki is is really expensive so anytime you can save money it’s a good thing. I have been to Hawaii 6 times now and would love to live there. I hope you make it because you won't forget it! Aloha!

    Some more stuff:

    Must See Attractions

    Paradise Cove Luau - Best on the Island (get entertainment coupon"

    Polynesian Cultural Center - North Shore (can catch show here) Make sure you get the "entertainment coupon" At the 42-acre Polynesian Cultural Center, you can experience the everyday adventures of Pacific cultures first-hand. Immerse yourself in the habits and customs of the real Polynesia, while natives demonstrate the art of dancing with fire, making jewelry from plants and climbing 50-foot trees in bare feet. And our new “Go Native” activities let you try your hand at authentic activities and games in our seven native villages. Try Tongan spear throwing or participate in the Haka war dance of New Zealand. Enjoy the Ali’I Luau, named “Most Authentic” by the Kahili Awards, and the “Horizons” night show, featuring over 100 native performers

    Diamond Head - Cause everyone's doing it

    Waikiki- Can't go to Hawaii and miss the strip

    Manoa Falls - An easy hike with views and feel of the jungle and it's free!

    Hanuama Bay - Best tourist snorkeling in the islands!

    Drive the Pali Highway and go to the lookout

    Pink Cadillac is where most Japanese gals hang out and is located in Waikiki on Ena Road!

    Zanzabar in Waikiki it's in the Waikiki Trade Center on Kuhio Avenue.

    Pipeline Cafe in Honolulu located behind Dixie Grill.

    The Ocean's Club located in the Restaurant Row Shopping Center.

    The Mai Tai Bar located in Ala Moana Shopping Center located across from Bubba Gump 2nd floor from Shirokiya. The food & drink menu is awesome!

    Rumours nightclub is located in the Ala Moana Hotel.

    The Galaxy Club located at 1739 Kalakaua Avenue across the street from the back half of Hard Rock Cafe in Honolulu.

    Have fun!

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    http://www.pipelinecafe.net/homepage.htm...

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    http://www.iflygo.com (cheap interisland flights)

    Makiki Heights drive - Tourists don't find this gem and it's amazing! MUST SEE. Check your map to get to Makiki Heights. Great views of the island

    Restaurants: There are tons of restaurants in Waikiki. If you are young and like to drink then drink b/4 you go out! The Pacific Beach Hotel has drink specials all week long and there a good deal. There are Mai Tai specials all over but DIXIES has the screamin Mai TAi which comes in a 32 oz glass and is about 6 bucks!!! Good Eats there too! For cheaper eats go outside of town over towards the Kaneohe side. If you do want to eat in Waikiki then I would highly recommend that you go to www.entertainment.com and buy the book for Hawaii. This coupon book will save you a ton on the island! Seriously every time I go I get the book and use all the 2-1 deals in it! Check ebay for it too sometimes you can get it dirt cheap!

  • 3 years ago

    Hawaii may be the 50th state of the United States of America and is based almost at the hub of the North Pacific Ocean issue which makes from Hawaii an excellent selection for an incredible holiday, with hotelbye you will find more. The normal beauty of the islands continues to be among Hawaii's best assets. One of the very most interesting areas to see in Hawaii is Volcanoes National Park. This bunch supplies a special, up close look at an active volcano and the new landscape made by a volcano. Warm lava runs down the pile area, and dry lava covers the trail, showing their unstoppable force. Still another place worth visit could be the memorial Visitors Center, a center that provides old home elevators the Harbor and the Japanese assault and the Battleship USS Missouri.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    We're going to South Africa, two non-malarial safari parks. One has ancient aboriginal cave paintings.The safaris are a maximum of 4 people per open top land rover so you don't have to share with loads of others.

    Closer to home, the valley of the kings and Queens (including king Tut's) near Luxor in Egypt is awesome.

    Madeira is warm (not too hot) all year round and there are wonderful 'levada' walks and magnificent scenery there.The beaches are nothing to write home about though.

  • 3 years ago

    I went teneriffe for a week in March,the aspects substitute into stable, drink substitute into much less high priced had a stable chuckle and the night lifestyles substitute into only as buzzing then because of the fact it would desire to be indoors the summertime era. in case you like the night lifestyles then veronica's strip is the area to bypass :) Play De Las Americas, much less high priced holiday all around..

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  • Anonymous
    3 years ago

    Honolulu has it all. Discover this place with this specific hotelbye little help. Honolulu is the house of a number of Hawaii's many ancient places. From Iolani Palace, the Kawaiahao Church, the Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archive and the valued artefacts of the Bishop Museum to legendary landmarks like the Aloha Tower, the King Kamehameha I Statue, the Duke Kahanamoku Statue and the historic Hawaii Theatre, Honolulu has, undeniably, a lot of interesting places. Honolulu is also the Hawaii's spot for arts, culture and entertainment. One of many places you cannot miss from your holydays in Honolulu is Waikiki, the main beach location of most people heading to Honolulu and the area of Oahu. That place is known for its large crescent formed beach, where readers come to rest out in sunlight, swim, and learn how to surf.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    The Fredericksburg,VA area has many different and diverse places, museums, monuments and historical markers to visit. You can check out prices on flights and hotels on this site http://www.ytb.com/hasjaz

    Whereever you go I hope you have a fun and safe trip!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Try Thailand, very interesting lots to see and visit. Or try a an all in cruise, visiting different ports and points of interest.

    You will find many options and deals on www.onevacationclub.com

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Try The Azores. Nice and warm, plenty of good walking.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    come to our beauiful area known as page lake powell. it's on the border of Arizona and Utah. lots to do during the spring and summer months.you can check us out at page lake powell or lake powell.

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    you can go to new york or ireland for st patricks day but most likely won,t be hot but who knows with global warming

  • 1 decade ago

    I believe March is near Cambridge but there is nowhere there that you can call historical or interesting............try Cambridge itself.

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