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Ko Olina Resort: Stars Above Hawaii Polynesian Star Voyage

1. Ko Olina Resort: Stars Above Hawaii Polynesian Star Voyage

Join people of all ages from around the world on the beach under starry skies and tour the galaxy with a powerful laser and giant telescopes. Learn the latest NASA information on space, astronomy discoveries, and cultural mythologies of the constellations from around the world. See inside the craters of the moon and galaxies millions of light years away. Depending on time of year, you can also see the clouds of Jupiter, in color, and its moons; Saturn and its rings and moons; all the planets in the solar system from Mercury to Pluto; star clusters in the hundreds; multi-colored stars systems; stellar nurseries and newborn baby stars to stars the have blown out and died; as well as passing comets. Take part in an experience that’s fun for the whole family or a perfect romantic date night. Learn about cultural mythologies of the stars, Polynesian star navigation, and the Hawaii star line that is up that evening.

Oahu: Doors-Off Circle Island Helicopter Experience

2. Oahu: Doors-Off Circle Island Helicopter Experience

Covering the island of O‘ahu from above, this is the only full circle tour of O‘ahu by a doors-off helicopter. You'll see incredible aerial views, starting with a glimpse of history as you fly over Pearl Harbor, WWII Arizona Memorial, and Battleship Missouri. Next, soar above the bustling Honolulu harbor, beautiful Waikīkī, and the iconic Diamond Head Crater. Heading further east, you’ll overfly Koko Head Crater and Hanauma Bay before seeing Sandy Beach and Makapu‘u Lighthouse. Heading north, you will come across the fantastic coral formations of Kāne‘ohe Bay, Mokoli‘i (Chinaman’s Hat), and take a peek into “Jurassic Park” — or, as it has been known locally for hundreds of years, Ka‘a‘awa Valley. The thousand-foot cascade of Kaliuwa‘a (Sacred Falls) is a stunning view and is accessible only by air. Then you’ll see the Polynesian Cultural Center, Turtle Bay Resort, and world-famous surfing spots of the North Shore: Sunset, Pipeline, Waimea Bay, and more. As you round Ka‘ena Point you get a glimpse of the serene Wai‘anae Coast, a hidden gem of the island. Uncrowded and glorious white sand beaches such as Yokohama, Mākaha, and Pōka‘i lace the coast. Historic Mākaha Valley comes into view on the return back to Ko‘olina.

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Had a great time and will recommend this to everyone