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Forces of Nature


Observe how Kilauea's blistering lava flows meet the sea

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Watersports


Feel the thrill of catching a wave

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Tours and Guided Programs


Discover the island from above and get the most unique local tips

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Hawaiʻi's Natural Beauty


Admire breathtaking landscapes

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Adventure


Embark on an adventure passing by towering cliffs, through muddy trails, and across flowing streams

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Companionship


Enjoy new experiences with the ones you love

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Your Aloha


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Whale watching

Maui


Treat yourself to scenic ocean views as guides take you to the best spots to observe whales playfully surfacing, tail slapping, or blowing spouts in the air. From December to May, you are likely to catch a glimpse of a majestic koholā, or humpback whale, off Maui's shorelines. See deals for Whale Watching Tour from Lahaina

Jungle Expedition

Kualoa, Oʻahu


Explore one of the most beautiful and sacred historical places on Oʻahu. Kualoa is one of the largest cattle ranches and consists of dense rainforests, open valleys, beautiful white sand beaches featured in many Hollywood films and TV Shows. Experience the stunning landscapes by horseback riding, ATV or bus. See deals for Scenic Valley Horseback Ride

Sail and snorkel

Na Pali coast, Kauaʻi


Sail up to the magnificent Na Pali coast on a custom-built catamaran for spectacular views of remote cliffs; then stop to snorkel in the pristine conditions. See deals for Snorkel Picnic sailing trip

Dolphin Swim

Island of Hawaiʻi


Live out your childhood fantasies with a dolphin by your side. This experience offers true dolphin devotees something to splash about. Join your expert dolphin trainer, suit up, and swim with, feed, and touch these friendly and amazing marine mammals. See deals for Dolphin Swims

Average annual temperature

81.5°F

Unique islands

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Hawaiʻi Maui Oʻahu Kauaʻi Molokaʻi Lānaʻi Niʻihau Kahoʻolawe
"Aloha is the unconditional desire to promote the true good of other people in a friendly spirit out of a sense of kinship." - Abraham Akaka

Deals in O’ahu


Explore O’ahu

Kick-start your O’ahu vacation and check in to the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa. Whether surf’s up it’s cocktails o’clock or you’ve shopped till you’ve dropped, you’re right at the heart of the action.

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Culture in O’ahu


Tantalus Lookout

Drive or hike to the Tantalus lookout and admire the panoramic views of Diamond Head, downtown Honolulu and Punchbowl Crater.

Activities in O’ahu


Surfing Waikiki beach

World famous Waikiki is probably one of the best spots in Hawai’i to learn how to catch your first wave.

Food in O’ahu


Experience Hawaiʻi Regional Cuisine at Roy’s

Hawaiian Fusion Cuisine blends fresh local ingredients with European sauces and bold Asian spices, always with a focus on seafood.

Beaches in O’ahu


Kualoa Beach Park

If you're looking to just sit back and relax, Kualoa Regional Park is the break you need. The silence, crystal clear waters and views to Mokoli'i Island make this beach a magical place to disconnect.

Deals in Kaua‘i


Explore Kaua‘i

Immerse yourself in Kaua‘i’s idyllic natural splendor and enjoy the peace of the island’s rivers, waterfalls and endless shades of green. Relax and unwind in the garden-filled oasis of the Kaua‘i Marriott Resort.

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Culture in Kaua‘i


Pu‘u O Kila lookout

From Waimea Canyon continue to Pu‘u O Kila Lookout, it offers the most amazing views of the Kalalau Valley and the Na Pali cliffs.

Activities in Kaua‘i


Koloa zipline

If you are looking for some adrenaline with a view of the sugar plantations and Kaua’i’s south shore, try the variety of ziplines in Koloa zipline, including the longest on the island at half a mile long.

Food in Kaua‘i


Wailua Shaved Ice

Grab a shave ice to cool off. These finely shaved snow cones are served with fresh local fruit and ingredients and you can top it up with a choice of ice cream or azuki beans on the bottom!

Beaches in Kaua‘i


Ke‘e beach

This picturesque North Shore beach is the perfect spot to spend an afternoon, then later you can share a romantic sunset.

Deals in Maui


Explore Maui

Maui will captivate you with its artisan charm, romance and beauty. Spontaneous adventure awaits. Arrive in style and check in at the Courtyard Maui Kahului Airport hotel.

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Culture in Maui


Iao Valley State Park

Visit one of Maui's most iconic landmarks: Iao Needle, set in the stunning and peaceful Iao Valley State Park. The iconic green-mantled rock surveys the Iao Stream making it the ideal attraction for leisurely hiking and sightseeing.

Activities in Maui


Boat trip to Molokini

If you are a diving or snorkling enthusiast, a visit to Molokini is a must. Only three miles from Maui, it's a small, crescent moon-shaped island that is a State Marine Life, Bird Conservation District and in winter you can also see whales.

Food in Maui


Hana Ranch

Enjoy a delicious, organic a locally produced meal, from delicious burgers to elavorated fresh catch sandwiches.

Beaches in Maui


Wainapanapa State Park

The shoreline here is composed of volcanic sediment, which acts as a stark contrast to bright blue waves and the verdant jungle; it's one of the most famous beaches in Maui, great for swimming, snorkeling and enjoying the freshwater pools nearby.

Deals on the Island of Hawai‘i


Explore Island of Hawai‘i

Embark on an adventure like no other at the Courtyard by Marriott King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel. From active volcanos to native Hawaiian culture, the Island of Hawai‘i is an experience of a life time.

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Culture on the Island of Hawai‘i


Kalapana Lava Fields Area

It provides the opportunity of a life time. Walk over volcanic fields to witness the power of creation and where lava once flowed into the ocean.

Activities on the Island of Hawai‘i


Submarine adventure

A true adventure - experience Hawai’i's submarine tours! Create lifetime memories diving into the habitat of countless, exotic sea creatures. Gazing through your spacious viewport, you can exchange glances with hundreds of fish of different species dwelling in the waters of the coast of Kona.

Food on the Island of Hawai‘i


The Mauna Kea Clambake

The Mauna Kea Clambake is romantic al fresco dining at its best, beachside under the stars. Indulge in all the Keahole Maine lobster, sashimi, shrimp, crab claws, oysters, mussels and clams you care to eat, all accompanied by Hawaiian music for dancing in the sand.

Beaches on the Island of Hawai‘i


Punaluu Black Sand Beach

Looking to see honu (Hawaiian green sea turtles)? Enjoy some relaxing time in Punaluu beach and admire the contrast of the black sand with the blue waters as well as honu (Hawaiian green sea turtles) basking on the shore.

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Explore Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park

Island of Hawaiʻi


This 720,000 square meters national historic park truly immerses you in Hawaiian culture. Hundreds of years old yet beautifully restored, Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau remains one of Hawaiʻi's most sacred historic places. Follow the park with a map to take a self-guided walking tour and explore the grounds including the Great Wall, standing 3 metres high and 5 metres thick. See deals for Pu’uhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park

Botanical Gardens

Garden of Eden, Maui


A botanical paradise and a photographer's dream. Located along the famous Hāna Highway on Maui's northern coastline. The magical garden covers 26 acres of trails and is home to rare trees, hidden waterfalls and unique flowers in a natural island setting. There are many picnic areas in the garden and great photo opportunities so be sure to get lost in the gardens of Eden.

Uncover the Nāpali Coast

Nāpali Coast, Kauaʻi


The Nāpali Coast, Kauaʻi’s famous coastline is truly majestic, featuring emerald green pinnacles towering along the shoreline. Features panoramic views of the vast Pacific Ocean, velvet green cliffs and cascading waterfalls plummeting into deep, narrow valleys. Enjoy the amazing scenery by Boat tours, guided kayaking trips or air tours. Replenish your spirit and experience the breathtaking panoramas Nāpali of the Coast. See deals for Na Pali & Niihau Snorkeling Cruise

Royal Kaila Spa Day

Marriott Waikiki, Oʻahu


Rejuvenate with a signature massage combining traditional Hawaiian Lomi Lomi, acupressure, and hot stone therapy for the ultimate in relaxation. See Spa deals

Average annual temperature

81.5°F

Unique islands

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Hawaiʻi Maui Oʻahu Kauaʻi Molokaʻi Lānaʻi Niʻihau Kahoʻolawe
"Aloha is the unconditional desire to promote the true good of other people in a friendly spirit out of a sense of kinship." - Abraham Akaka

Deals in O’ahu


Explore Oʻahu

Kick-start your Oʻahu vacation and check in to the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa. Whether surf’s up it’s cocktails o’clock or you’ve shopped till you’ve dropped, you’re right at the heart of the action.

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Culture in O’ahu


PCC hula dance

Enjoy an evening of traditional Hawaiian entertainment with ohana (family) and friends with a background of waterfalls and lush gardens.

Activities in O’ahu


Kualoa Ranch

Explore one of the most beautiful and sacred historical places on Oʻahu. Kualoa is one of the largest cattle ranches and consists of dense rainforests, open valleys and beautiful white sand beaches featured in many Hollywood films and TV Shows. Experience the stunning landscapes by horseback riding, ATV or bus.

Food in O’ahu


The Veranda

A relaxing and refined experience, The Veranda is a delightful island tradition. Refresh your senses in the elegance of classic Victorian architecture, shaded under the canopy of a historic banyan tree with the sound of ocean waves lapping aside you on the shores of Waikiki.

Beaches in O’ahu


Waikiki beach

The calm waters of Waikiki are perfect for a surfing lesson or a relaxing swim. Located along the main strip of Kalakaua Avenue where you'll find world-class shopping, dining, entertainment, activities and resorts.

Deals in Kaua‘i


Explore Kauaʻi

Immerse yourself in Kauaʻi’s idyllic natural splendor and enjoy the peace of the island’s rivers, waterfalls and endless shades of green. Relax and unwind in the garden-filled oasis of the Kauaʻi Marriott Resort.

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Culture in Kaua‘i


Waimea Canyon

Known as 'The Grand Canyon of the Pacific' this is a geological wonder in Hawaiʻi. Enjoy the panoramic views from Waimea Canyon Lookout of crested buttes, rugged crags and deep valley gorges as well as the numerous trails to traverse for beginner hikers.

Activities in Kaua‘i


Golfing, Princeville

From Princeville to Poʻipū, Kauaʻi is home to some of the world's best golf. Offering unique and breathtaking courses where the rough is lined with lava rocks while mountain ranges and seascapes frame the greens. Find the golf course of your dreams on Kauaʻi.

Food in Kaua‘i


Aupaka

Nestled on a quarter mile of white sand beach, Aupaka provides an irresistible combination of Hawaiian hospitality and 51 acres of lush exotic gardens.

Beaches in Kaua‘i


Poipu Beach Park

Its crystal clear waters, stunning sunsets and occasional Hawaiian monk seal appearances make it one of the most popular beaches of Kuai. Poipu also has a natural wading pool and all kind of facilities.

Deals in Maui


Explore Maui

Maui will captivate you with its artisan charm, romance and beauty. Spontaneous adventure awaits. Arrive in style and check in at the Courtyard Maui Kahului Airport hotel.

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Culture in Maui


Paniolo (cowboy) heritage

Join the Paniolo Preservation Society and celebrate the Hawaiian ranching industry as it represents all cowboys from all of the Hawaiian islands.

Activities in Maui


Iao Valley State Park

Visit one of Maui's most iconic landmarks: Iao Needle, set in the stunning and peaceful Iao Valley State Park. The iconic green-mantled rock surveys the Iao Stream making it the ideal attraction for leisurely hiking and sightseeing.

Food in Maui


Hana Ranch

Enjoy a delicious, organic a locally produced meal, from delicious burgers to elavorated fresh catch sandwiches.

Beaches in Maui


Wainapanapa Black Sand Beach

The shoreline here is composed of volcanic sediment, which acts as a stark contrast to bright blue waves and the verdant jungle; it's one of the most famous beaches in Maui, great for swimming, snorkeling and enjoying the freshwater pools nearby.

Deals on the Island of Hawai‘i


Explore Island of Hawaiʻi

Embark on an adventure like no other at the Courtyard by Marriott King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel. From active volcanos to native Hawaiian culture, the Island of Hawaiʻi is an experience of a life time.

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Culture on the Island of Hawai‘i


Thurston Lava Tubes

Take a walk in the dark through Nahuku, known as the Thurston Lava Tube, a 500-year old lava cave located within Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park.

Activities on the Island of Hawai‘i


Glassbottom Boat Cruise

See the natural wonders of Kailua-Kona’s underwater world. Cruise onto the pristine paradise waters and learn about Hawaiʻi’s wildlife from an onboard certified naturalist.

Food on the Island of Hawai‘i


Sunset Luau

Overlooking the ancient fishponds of 'Anaehoʻomalu Bay, a traditional Hawaiian chant welcomes guests to witness the opening of the "imu," an underground pit where an entire pig has been slowly cooking all day, served with traditional luau foods. Guests are taken on a journey through the music and dance of Polynesia.

Beaches on the Island of Hawai‘i


Hapuna Beach State Park

Visit this spectacular oasis that has earned a reputation as one of Big Island’s finest beaches. The largest of Hawaiʻi Island’s white sand beaches, offers consistently good conditions for swimming, bodyboarding, sunbathing and snorkeling.

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Kayaking

Wailua River, Kauaʻi


Relax and take in the exquisite scenery as you paddle down the Wailua River. This popular river for kayaking flows past lush, jungle landscapes, gorgeous waterfalls ʻŌpaekaʻa Falls and Wailua Falls. Enjoy a different way to see the inland and connect with nature. See deals for Wailua River Kayak Experience

Helicopter Tour

Maui


Swoop past gorgeous vistas while listening to the pilot describe what you see below. Helicopter tours of Maui and Molokaʻi provide a magical way to see parts of Hawaiʻi you’d never see on foot. Book a helicopter ride and take get a perspective from the air. See deals for Blue Hawaiian Helicopters

Manta Ray Diving

Kona, Island of Hawaiʻi


The incredible Kona Coast is home to more than 200 resident Manta Rays, with unique black and white markings, each Manta Ray is named and easily identified nightly. Venture out on a once-in-a-lifetime, safe, large animal encounter and let the underwater lights set the stage as these gentle giants glide gracefully through the light beams. See deals for Night Snorkeling with Manta Rays

Canopy Zip Lining

Kualoa, Oʻahu


From platforms nestled in the treetops, plunge through the native plants and lush expanses for an electrifying zipline adventure across 14 different lines, 2 suspension bridges, and 3 mini-trails. See deals for Zip Lining

Average annual temperature

81.5°F

Unique islands

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Hawaiʻi Maui Oʻahu Kauaʻi Molokaʻi Lānaʻi Niʻihau Kahoʻolawe
"Aloha is the unconditional desire to promote the true good of other people in a friendly spirit out of a sense of kinship." - Abraham Akaka

Deals in O’ahu


Explore Oʻahu

Kick-start your O’ahu vacation and check in to the Waikiki Beach Marriott Resort & Spa. Whether surf’s up it’s cocktails o’clock or you’ve shopped till you’ve dropped, you’re right at the heart of the action.

See all deals

Culture in O’ahu


Leahi (Diamond Head)

Explore Diamond Head State Monument, a 760-foot tuff crater that sits along the Honolulu skyline just beyond Waikiki.

Activities in O’ahu


Surfing Waikiki

World famous Waikiki is probably one of the best spots in Hawai‘i to learn how to catch your first wave.

Food in O’ahu


Experience Hawaiʻi Regional Cuisine at Roy’s

Hawaiian Fusion Cuisine blends fresh local ingredients with European sauces and bold Asian spices, always with a focus on seafood.

Beaches in O’ahu


Kawela Bay/ Turtle Bay

Located on Oahu’s northeastern tip is one of the island’s best places to snorkel, occasionally offering visitors a chance to see a honu (Hawaiian green sea turtle).

Deals in Kaua‘i


Explore Kauaʻi

Immerse yourself in Kauaʻi’s idyllic natural splendor and enjoy the peace of the island’s rivers, waterfalls and endless shades of green. Relax and unwind in the garden-filled oasis of the Kauaʻi Marriott Resort.

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Culture in Kaua‘i


Waimea Kanyon

Known as 'The Grand Canyon of the Pacific' this is a geological wonder in Hawaiʻi. The Waimea Canyon Lookout provides panoramic views of crested buttes, rugged crags and deep valley gorges. Enjoy the dramatic views from the lookout point as well as the numerous trails to traverse for beginners and seasoned hikers.

Activities in Kaua‘i


Princeville Ranch

Drive off road to places you can't see anywhere else. Enjoy Kauai and its beauty from different perspectives on an ATV, ziplining, enjoying the waterfalls...

Food in Kaua‘i


Oasis On The Beach

Chef Zack Sato creates an array of delightful preparations featuring locally-grown, organic produce and fresh-caught island seafood.

Beaches in Kaua‘i


Anini Beach Park

This quiet lagoon created by a reef is perfect for snorkelers. Enjoy the fantastic beauty of the underwater world floating on warm tropical waters.

Deals in Maui


Explore Maui

Maui will captivate you with its artisan charm, romance and beauty. Spontaneous adventure awaits. Arrive in style and check in at the Travaasa Hana hotel.

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Culture in Maui


Haleakala National Park

Haleakala means 'house of the sun' and it offers one of the most memorable experiences which is seeing sunrise or sunset from almost 10,000 feet above sea level. An experience that's worthwhile planning!

Activities in Maui


Hana waterfall

The road to Hana leads you through flourishing rainforests, flowing waterfalls, plunging pools and dramatic seascapes. There are plenty of opportunities to stop and enjoy the lovely views.

Food in Maui


Humuhumunukunukuapuaa Restaurant

The Grand Wailea Resort's thatched roof seafood restaurant featuring fresh Island cuisine with spectacular sunset views and nightly entertainment.

Beaches in Maui


Kahana Beach Park

Relax or get active at Kanaha Beach. Offering good swimming, windsurfing and diving as well as long sandy shores for strolls.

Deals on the Island of Hawai‘i


Explore Island of Hawaiʻi

Embark on an adventure like no other at the Courtyard by Marriott King Kamehameha’s Kona Beach Hotel. From active volcanos to native Hawaiian culture, the Island of Hawaiʻi is an experience of a life time.

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Culture on the Island of Hawai‘i


Kalapana Lava Fields Area

It provides the opportunity of a life time. Walk over volcanic fields to witness the power of creation as lava flows into the sea.

Activities on the Island of Hawai‘i


Breathtaking waterfalls

Begin your journey in Wailuku River State Park, home to the 80-foot Rainbow Falls and Peepee Falls. Head north along the beautiful Hamakua Heritage Corridor and stop at Akaka State Falls Park. Here you’ll find the 100-foot Kahuna Falls and the incredible 442-foot Akaka Falls.

Food on the Island of Hawai‘i


Boat Landing Cantina

After an action-packed day of island activities, Boat Landing Cantina is the perfect gathering place to enjoy a cool drink, casual meal or our tempting sushi bar.

Beaches on the Island of Hawai‘i


Kolekole Beach Park

Enjoy this jungle garden by the ocean, with a nearby stream lined with smooth lava rocks and a waterfall. Be sure to enjoy a swing over the river from a leaning banyan tree.

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Whale watching


Maui

Treat yourself to scenic ocean views as guides take you to the best whale watching spots. From December to May, you are likely to catch a glimpse of a majestic koholā, or humpback whale, off Maui's shorelines.

Jungle Expedition


Kualoa, Oʻahu

A sacred, historical place in Oʻahu and one of the largest cattle ranches featured in many Hollywood films and TV shows. Explore the dense rainforests, open valleys and beautiful white sand beaches on horseback, ATV or by tour bus.

Natural Pools


Pools of ʻOheʻo, Maui

15 minutes south of Hāna you'll find the famous Pools of ʻOheʻo on the lower slopes of Haleakalā. Here you'll see beautifully tiered pools fed by waterfalls. Take a dip in the tranquil stream-filled pools originating 3km inland.

Horse back riding


Mendes Ranch, Maui

See the breathtaking natural beauty of the Pacific Ocean from a saddle. From lush mountain valleys to rugged coastline, this horseback trail ride allows you to glimpse some of the most picturesque views in Maui.

Fun & sun


One Aliʻi Beach Park, Molokaʻi

In Hawaiian, onealiʻi means "royal sands." The beach park is named after an ancient Hawaiian fishpond. Two stone monuments in the park mark the 75th and 100th anniversaries of Japanese immigration to Hawaiʻi. perfect for a sunny family outing.

Picturesque Natural Landmark


Puʻu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock), Lānaʻi

Puu Pehe is not only a natural landmark but is also key in Hawaiian legend. Enjoy a sunset like no other, with dramatic views of Hulopoe Bay and pay attention to spot the friendly spinner dolphins playing in the crystal waters.

Hiking and panoramic views


Waimea Canyon, Kauaʻi

Known as "The Grand Canyon of the Pacific" this is a geological wonder in Hawaiʻi. Stretching 14 miles long, one mile wide and more than 3,600 feet deep, the Waimea Canyon Lookout provides panoramic views of crested buttes, rugged crags and deep valley gorges.

Kayaking & relaxation


Princeville Ranch, Kauaʻi

Enjoy beautiful Hanalei mountain views as you approach the secluded Kalihiwai Stream and embark on an excursion through a serene rainforest valley steeped in tropical sounds, scents, and sights.

Stunning waterfalls


ʻAkaka Falls State Park, Island of Hawaiʻi

Embark on an easily accessible, uphill hike which takes you through a lush rainforest filled with wild orchids, bamboo groves and draping ferns.

Submarine adventure


Kona, Island of Hawaiʻi

A real adventure! Create lifetime memories diving into the habitat of countless, exotic sea creatures. Gazing through your spacious viewport, exchange glances with hundreds of fish from different species dwelling in the waters of the coast of Kona.

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I'm the ʻiwa and I am known for the majestic nature with which I explore. I am known for finding those relaxing, enlightening, and cultural experiences.

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Golfing


Kauaʻi

Kauaʻi is home to some of the world's best golf, offering breath taking courses where the rough is lined with lava rocks while mountains and seascapes frame the greens. Find the course of your dreams on Kauaʻi.

Helicopter tour


Island of Hawaiʻi

Soar over the Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park in a helicopter and witness the primal process of creation and destruction at the sacred place of Hilo, home to one of the most active volcanoes on earth, Kīlauea.

Memorial Historic sites


Pearl Habor, Oʻahu

Go back in time to 1941 and pay your respects to the Historic sites. Explore the Aviation museum, step onboard the USS Bowfin for a panoramic view of the harbor and visit the USS Battleship Missouri, an inspirational monument.

Boutique Hawaiian stores


Waikīkī, Oʻahu

From Hawaiian arts and crafts to designer fashion and high-end jewelry, the streets of Waikīkī offer a multitude of shops and boutiques to find the perfect gifts to remember your trip.

Explore Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park


Island of Hawaiʻi

Hundreds of years old, yet beautifully restored, Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau remains one of Hawaiʻi's most sacred historic places. Uncover the 72-hectare park with a map on a self-guided walking tour and don't miss the impressive Great Wall.

Botanical gardens


Garden of Eden, Maui

A botanical paradise and a photographer's dream, located along the famous Hāna Highway on Maui's northern coastline. Covering 26 acres of trails it is home to rare flora, fauna, hidden waterfalls and many picnic areas to take in the surroundings.

Uncover the Napali Coast


Napali Coast, Kauai

Kauaʻi’s famous coastline features emerald green pinnacles towering along the shoreline, panoramic views of the vast Pacific Ocean, green cliffs and cascading waterfalls plummeting into deep, narrow valleys. All experienced by guided kayaking trips or air/boat tours.

Oceanfront Horseback ride


Maui

See the breathtaking natural beauty of the Pacific Ocean from a saddle. From lush mountain valleys to rugged coastline, this horseback trail ride allows you to glimpse some of the most picturesque views in Maui.

Catch the sunset


Kapuāiwa Coconut Grove, Molokaʻi

Molokaʻi's most recognizable landmark, an ancient Hawaiian coconut grove planted in the 1860s during the reign of King Kamehameha V. Safely observe views of hundreds of coconut trees from the grassy area near the Kapuāiwa signage, off Mauna Loa Highway.

Lānaʻi's signature beach


Hulopoʻe Beach Park, Lānaʻi

Once named America's Best Beach, Hulopoʻe Beach Park consists of pearl-white sand and crystal blue waters. A protected site, rich with marine life means it's one of the best spots on the island for snorkeling.

The Pioneer

Puaʻa

The Pioneer


I'm the puaʻa, the pig and I am known for my adventurous ways. I am the explorer of the uplands, finding hidden waterfalls and climbing the highest of peaks in my home.

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Kayaking


Wailua River, Kauaʻi

Relax, paddle down the Wailua River and take in the exquisite scenery. This popular river for kayaking flows past jungle landscapes, gorgeous waterfalls ʻŌpaekaʻa Falls and Wailua Falls. A truly unique way to see the inland.

Helicopter Tour


Maui

Soar over gorgeous vistas as the pilot describes what's below. Helicopter tours of Maui and Molokaʻi provide a magical way to see parts of Hawaiʻi you’d never see on foot. Book a helicopter ride to get a perspective from the air.

Manta Ray Diving


Kona, Island of Hawaiʻi

Kona Coast is home to more than 200 resident Manta Rays, each one easily identified with black and white markings. Embark on an unforgettable, large animal encounter and let the underwater lights set the stage for these gentle giants.

Surfing


Waikiki, Oʻahu

Legendary surf spot, it's an ideal location for beginners. Join the professional instructors and feel the thrill of catching a wave.

Hiking through a Lava Tube


Volcanoes National Park, Island of Hawaiʻi

Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park offers more than 150-miles of hiking trails. Stroll through Thurston Lava Tube and walk over volcanic fields to witness the power of creation as lava flows into the sea in Kalapana.

ATV Tours


Kualoa Ranch, Oʻahu

Experience the natural beauty of Kualoa Ranch by ATV, the world’s most famous private Nature Reserve. Adventure through scenic valleys and remote areas rarely visited by others making your experience unique.

Black sand & aquamarine waters


Wainapanapa beach, Maui

Nestled between black lava cliffs and framed by tropical flora, Wai‘anapanapa Beach provides dramatic contrasts and colorful surroundings.

Biking


Munro Trail, Lanai

The 12.8 mile trail can be biked or hiked, offering spectacular views through the rain forest onto the stunning canyon views of Maunalei gulch and neighboring islands, reaching Lanai's highest peak Lanaihale, House of Lanai (3,370 feet).

Hiking


Napali Coast, Kauaʻi

Kalalau trail is one of the most famous hikes in the world. The 11 mile trail passes prehistoric mountains, forest, boulders, streams and waterfalls. The reward is a special place, Kalalau - a remote breath-taking beach, only accessible by foot.

Sailing & Snorkeling


Pacific Whale Foundation, Molokini

Cruise to the wild side of Molokini, an extinct volcanic crater witha a thriving coral reef, home to more than 250 fish species and 38 species of coral.