Visit one of the youngest and most active volcanoes on our planet: see the Earth be created right before your eyes! See attractions like the Punaluu…
Fly from Honolulu to Maui for the day to tour Haleakala crater, the unique Iao Needle, the whaling port of Lahaina and much more! This expertly…
Look for dolphins and whales on a snorkel excursion at 2 of the best snorkel sites in Oahu. See spinner dolphins and look for whales breaching from…
Fly to Hawaii’s Big Island from Oahu on a 15-hour sightseeing tour to the Volcanoes National Park. Enjoy dramatic views of erupting Kilauea Volcano,…
Experience the tropical rainforests, fantastic vistas, and cascading waterfalls of Maui's east coast on a guided 10.5-hour sightseeing tour. Take an…
This tour begins with a scenic, early-morning drive that winds through Kula District and past the Puu Ulaula Overlook en route to the breathtaking…
The 50th state will take your breath away. A mix of American and Pacific Islander cultures forges a distinctive identity, and the landscape is second to none when it comes to volcanoes and blue lagoons. What are some great things to see in Hawaii?
Snorkeling is the only way to get face-to-face with Hawaii's fascinating coral and marine life, and Hanauma Bay is one of the best spots! Don't forget an underwater camera!
Take a journey to the center of the earth... almost. Visit Black Sands beach to learn about rock formations and lava, and hike amazing craters.
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!
Right next to Waikiki Beach is Diamond Head. Its life has been vast - first it was a volcano, then an army base, and now it's a hikable mountain providing wonderful views!
Meaning "place of refuge" in the Hawaiian language - criminals used to flee here to avoid execution - this national park includes temples, turtles, and of course, stunning foliage.
Did you know Hawaii had an observatory? Stargaze from the Onizuka Center - at the top of a 4000-meter high mountain in the middle of the world's largest ocean.
Rainy season is from November to March, when it can get a little gloomy on the islands, but other than that, any time is good!
Unsurprisingly, very warm - no wonder Hawaii is such a popular vacation destination! While you may rush to pack your bathing suit, remember that it's also really important to take care in the sun. That means sunscreen and staying in the shade at midday.
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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- Best time to visitSpring 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.