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…
Explore Lahaina and visit historical backroads to see ancient Hawaiian petroglyphs on a fully equipped Radpower electric bike. Cruise effortlessly on…
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…
Sail high above the Garden Island of Kauai in this breathtaking hour long scenic flight. Fly over crystal clear blue waters, soaring red cliffs,…
Snorkel with experts at world-famous Molokini reef, plus a second snorkel spot known for green sea turtles and underwater lava arches. Discover an…
Journey back to World War II and the attack on Pearl Harbor with a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial and USS Missouri battleship. Skip the long lines…
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…
Enjoy a sunset cruise along Kona Coast on a 34-foot powered catamaran, plus a magical opportunity to see manta rays up-close feeding and interacting…
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 got to see a flock of 13 manta rays on our dive, by far one of the coolest experiences I’ve had to date. The tour operators were so much fun, extremely knowledgeable, made us feel safe and had quite a bit of humor to quell any nerves. The boat ride over to the site and back was set to a fun playlist and it was a nice touch to have some beverages available. Would do this again in a heartbeat!
Had a great time on the trail. Did the audio tour. Was very informative. Learned the history of diamond Head and how the trail was pain stakenly built. Drink plenty of water though. Audio tour is slow and it is hot on the trail. If the wind is blowing you will cool off quick once you reach the top. Hold your hat. It might fly off. Great times. Beautiful view.
Very educational. Learned a lot about the world at the time. The point of view of both sides. The hardships the survivors endured. How war was waged and how it changed. Air craft carriers became the new big gun. Staff was very well informed and professional. Everything was ran efficient and on time.
The crew was great, friendly, knowledgeable, went over safety thoroughly before we left and made the trip very fun. No reflection on the crew but the marine life at the crater was a little lacking, the turtles over at “Turtle Town” were absolutely amazing! Would definite recommend this crew!
This excursion was a great time. We snorkeled with several turtles and around coral reef (Turtle Arches). My wife and I have never kayaked before, but Matt gave us ample instruction and made us feel safe the entire trip. He is a knowledgeable guide and made things fun.