Retiring in Beautiful Hawaii

Spend Time Outdoors

Another major benefit of living in the Hawaiian islands is that the climate is to moderate year round that you can spend a lot of time outdoors. Be sure to load up on sunscreen, even on cool and cloudy days, as the sun can be harsh on your skin. If mobility isn’t much of an issue for you, then you might want to enjoy some guided hikes and tours of various trails and tourist attractions around the island. At some point, you’ll also want to visit the other islands too. The Big Island of Hawaii is a popular destination. It doesn’t have the smooth, sandy beaches that Oahu does, but the Big Island does have gorgeous rocky coastlines and the famous green and black sand beaches. The sand there is course — more like gravel than traditional sand — but it’s worth a stop. Maui and Kauai are also popular tourist destinations, and they each have their own appeal. If you want to experience rural living in Hawaii, then these islands might be just what you’re looking for.