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If you’re looking to take a tropical trip this spring break, what could be better than Hawaii? It’s the unofficial “family unwinding” capital of the world, known internationally for its perfect weather, absurdly beautiful beaches, and a great variety of activities that are sure to keep anyone engaged.
Take the world-famous Road to Hana in Maui, for example — a twisting drive through miles of exotic rainforest, with breathtaking views of cliffs and gorgeous black sand beaches littered along the way, just perfect for stretching your legs and taking a dip. Contrary to its name, the road trip typically ends just past the small mountain town of Hana, in the Oheo Gulch, a rainforest area that boasts tons of waterfalls and standing pools like glass.
Or, if a long drive doesn’t strike you as fun, take the kids to Turtle Beach on Oahu, where sea turtles swim, sometimes coming up on the sand to bask in droves. Get a bit of basking done yourself or strap on some fins and a mask to swim with the turtles — just don’t touch, or you might face a hefty fine.
Maybe sea turtles aren’t your thing. Maybe you’re more into manta rays, which do not have stingers but do sport a wingspan of up to 12 feet. Watch these enchanting creatures do triple backflips in the dark tropical waters. If you’re on the big island, you can see them at sundown off the Kona Coast. Watch their acrobatics from the shore or journey with your family to the sandy floor of the ocean, which is a lot easier than it sounds. Divers shine lights toward the surface, attracting the plankton that mantas love to eat. These harmless and immense animals will dance eerily close, and the effect is absolutely dazzling