Indulge in the beauty of any of the eight main islands of Hawaii. Learn of the Hawaiian culture, stroll the beautiful blue shorelines, and relax watching the sun fade away behind the waves.
Polynesian Cultural Center
Travel through time and space as you experience thousands of years worth of culture from six different island nations, each with its own flavor and appeal. Visit authentic villages and mingle with natives from six Pacific cultures as they share the majesty of Polynesia through their music, dance, and traditions.
Diamond Head Volcano
Diamond Head offers stunning views of the Pacific Ocean and Honolulu that you can hike to via a trail that takes you to the edge of the 300,000-year old crater. It is a volcanic cone on the Hawaiian island of Oahu and is the most popular Hawaii State Park.
Pearl Harbor National Memorial
December 7, 1941 a day heard around the world. At the Pearl Harbor National Memorial, learn about one of the most pivotal moments in US history: the attack on Pearl Harbor, and the subsequent entry of the United States into World War II.
Manoa Falls Trail is a 1.7 mile heavily trafficked out and back trail located near Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is accessible year-round.
Dole Pineapple Plantation
Hawaii’s complete pineapple experience! Originally operated as a fruit stand beginning in 1950, Dole Plantation opened to the public as Hawaii’s “Pineapple Experience” in 1989. Today, Dole Plantation is one of Oahu’s most popular visitor attractions.
Road to Hana
The Road to Hana is more than just a great drive through a beautiful area of Maui. Drive yourself or take a tour ride exploring the legendary stories associated with each spot where Gods have left their mark and historic battles have been fought.
Lahaina Banyan Court Park
Lahaina’s famed banyan tree is a quarter of a mile in circumference and possesses 16 trunks, making it the largest banyan tree not only in Hawaii but also in the United States (and one of the most massive in the world).
Haleakala National Park Maui
Towering over the island of Maui and visible from just about any point, Haleakala Crater is a force of nature in every sense. At 10,023 feet above sea level, this dormant volcano is the stage for a breathtaking range of landscapes—and skyscapes. Haleakala means “house of the sun” in Hawaiian.
Halona Blowhole and Beach Cove
The Hālona Blowhole is one of Hawaii’s natural wonders, created thousands of years ago when molten lava tubes were formed from volcanic eruptions. There aren’t any active volcanoes on O‘ahu anymore, but the blowhole remains a must-see scenic stop.
Molokini is a small, crescent moon-shaped island located just 3 miles from Maui’s southwestern coast, The island stretches over 18 acres and rises 160 feet above reef-filled waters. Visitors can snorkle and dive among a kaleidoscope of coral and more than 250 species of tropical fish.
Front Street Downtown Lahaina
Once the capital of the Hawaiian kingdom, Lahaina occupies a central place in Maui’s history. Today, its low-slung buildings and oceanfront shops and galleries offer a taste of Old Hawaii.