Snorkel with experts at world-famous Molokini reef, plus a second snorkel spot known for green sea turtles and underwater lava arches. Discover an…
Learn the history of how Pearl Harbor began with the official audio tour around the USS Arizona Memorial. Travel back to the days when the USA…
Challenge your body and calm your mind with a class that combines vinyasa yoga, weight training, and bursts of cardio. Workout by the beautiful…
The Malolo, a 55 foot power catamaran, goes out on an afternoon snorkel that is perfect for late sleepers! Visit Molokini Crater or Coral Gardens, on…
Skip the long lines to the Pearl Harbor attraction on a small group tour from Waikiki. Learn more about the events that led to the US joining World…
Snorkel in the extinct volcanic crater of Molokini on a thrilling adventure in Maui. Explore the marine life underwater, and then go to Turtle Town…
Sail high above the Garden Island of Kauai in this breathtaking hour long scenic flight. Fly over crystal clear blue waters, soaring red cliffs,…
Encounter the marine life of Maui at 2 famous snorkeling and diving destinations, including the crescent-shaped islet of Molokini Crater. Continue to…
Set sail along the majestic Napali Coast for an evening on the water. Relax as the sinking sun casts the cliffs of Napali in spectacular golden…
You may not know this, but Hawaii is made up of eight unique islands. The most visited islands include Oahu, Maui, the Big Island and Kauai. Discover the smaller islands of Lanai and Molokai on a scenic flight or boat tour. Check out our top ten things to see and do in Hawaii.
Right next to Waikiki Beach is Diamond Head. Its life has been varied - first it was a volcano, then an army base, and now it's a hikable mountain providing wonderful views!
Take a journey to the center of the earth... almost. See active lava while hiking across craters and unique rock formations. Volcanoes National Park is home to some of the world’s most active volcanoes.
Every year, majestic whales migrate back to the islands to mate. Whale watching season runs from mid-December to the beginning of April every year.
A luau is a traditional celebration accompanied with entertainment. In Hawaii, families and friends gather to enjoy food and festivities like hula dancing and live music.
Hike Waimea Canyon, located on the lush island of Kauai. Here, you will find stark contrasts of rock and green forests.
Explore the protected marine sanctuary of Molikini Crater. See wildlife, such as turtles, coral reef and even monk seals.
In 1879, King Kalakaua built his Iolani Palace in Honolulu, which is the only official royal residence in the United States today. Definitely take a guided tour!
Drive down the famous winding Road to Hana. This epic voyage takes you through lush tropical forests and past cascading waterfalls all along the way.
Watch the sun rise at the top of Haleakala National Park on the beautiful island of Maui. Not an early riser? Bike down the mountain during the day, or try stargazing at night.
Depending on what you want to see, Hawaii is a top destination year round. If you’re looking for sunshine, visit from April to September. Rainy season from November to March coincides with whale watching season. This is a popular time of year to visit, as you are almost guaranteed to see whales.
Unsurprisingly, very warm - no wonder Hawaii is such a popular vacation destination! However, depending on the side of the island you are on, you will experience very different temperatures and weather. This unique terrain offers sunny beaches to the west, tropical showers to the north, and some freezing cold weather on the top of the craters such as Haleakala. Pack alternative clothing if you're going on an excursions.
Although in terms of land area it's one of the smallest US states, it's not necessarily easy to get around Hawaii in a small amount of time - there are quite a few islands with so much to see. If you'd like to get a lot out of your trip, plan two weeks and stay at least three days per island.
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- Spring may be the best time to visit due to the warm temperatures and lack of rainfall, making hiking and beach visits pleasant. Summer is dry, but the temperature gets very hot, the humidity is high, and the surf is down.
What people are saying about Hawaii
We really enjoyed the Road to Hāna trip with Justin as our guide. We loved seeing and stopping at waterfalls and beaches along the way, as well as the delicious BBQ lunch and yummy snacks provided by our guide. He shared lots of interesting information with us and was an expert driver. The Road to Hāna is filled with so many beautiful sites and places to stop, and while we didn’t stop at all of them, we definitely stopped at the best ones! I enjoyed going around the back side and continuing the loop instead of turning around, as there were a lot of interesting things and less traffic on I left with a greater sense of the history, geography, plant life and culture of Maui, as well as a desire to learn and explore more!
How quickly we forget but what an incredible reminder of how fragile peace can be and how easily freedom would be lost without a willingness to fight for it and to the death if need be. This memorial is so very well done and maintained. Boarding the memorial is off limits for the time being but soon... The half-day excursion is great and effective but a full day would not seem long enough either. It is a memorial and will strike the chords of every emotion within but is not just sadness. Hopes are high! Beautifully done.
What an incredible afternoon. We had a fabulous time on the Calypso! Our captain was extremely thorough and helpful. The crew was superb with their service, attention to detail, instructions to everyone with the snorkeling gear and the food/drinks. We certainly lucked out with the weather and conditions, but I feel like we hit the jackpot with this boat. Wonderful job!!
I am deathly afraid of the ocean and I loved this tour because I was able to join my family on the floating blue mat at the back of the boat. Normally, i just watch my husband and daughter enjoy the snorkeling but this time I was able to join them in the water. Also, loved all the information about the ocean and preservation. WELL WORTH IT!
It was an excellent trip and our tour guide Eddie was fantastic. He was very informative and gave us sufficient time on the tour so we didn’t have to rush around. I would have preferred though to halt at the USS Arizona Memorial just to reflect and mourn the loss of lives on that day in history. On the whole a must do event!