Free Things To Do In Hawaii

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A guide to completely free activities and things to do on the Hawaiian Islands.

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Free Things To Do On Maui
Hawaii is full of amazing things to see and do but many don't realize that a lot of those things are actually free. Sure, a vacation to Hawaii isn't going to be cheap but you can certainly reduce your costs by watching what you spend on activities.

Just choose the island you'll be visiting below to see all of the free things offered. And when we say free, we mean 100% free things to do in Hawaii. No admission fees, no parking fees, nothing, nadda, zip, zilch. Free.

Free Things To Do On Maui


Completely free things to do on Maui. There’s something for everyone in this list. For the complete list read: Free Things To Do On Maui

Free Things To Do On Oahu


A completely free list of things to do on the island of Oahu. For the complete list read: Free Things To Do On Oahu

Free Things To Do On Kauai


Kauai may be small but there is still plenty to do here, and a lot of it is completely free. For the complete list read: Free Things To Do On Kauai

Free Things To Do On Big Island


It's a truly big island and that means plenty of space for all sorts of free and fun things to do. For the complete list read: Free Things To Do On Big Island
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chantel
Joined: Mar 2016
Reviews: 426
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There are a lot of free things to do in Hawaii. Go for walks along the beach, swim or at night walk and look around. Parks and lagoons are beautiful and do not cost a thing. Friday night fireworks are free to go down and watch near the Hilton Hawaiian hotel. Plenty to see and do which doesn't involve money. The army museum is free and you can learn a lot and see a lot of cool things. Plenty of free things to do!
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Brett D
Joined: Mar 2017
Reviews: 52
Likes Received: 1
It costs nothing to enjoy the day at a beach on any Hawaiian Island. Also just checking out the historical sites can be free. But the best thing that is free is meeting and talking to the locals. I love doing this wherever we travel as they are loaded with so much information of what to see and where to go.
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