Watch surfers ride the waves off the North Shore, snorkel among the fish in Hanauma Bay, or visit the moving WWII memorial at Pearl Harbor. Head to Kailua’s southern end to experience Lanika. The half-mile stretch of ultrafine sand fronts a saphhire lagoon stretching toward the twin peaks of Na Mokulua.
Experience an unforgettable sunrise from atop Maui’s Haleakala and hike to the Seven Sacred Pools. Learn paddling and navigation while gliding in a traditional outrigger canoe. Stroll the streets of Lahaina, a historic whaling village, now offering boutiques, art galleries, and Polynesian cuisine.
The best way to experience the Big Island is to drive around it. On your drive of the largest, and only volcanically active island, you’ll see warm beaches, cool mountains, farmland, and lava fields. Visit Volcanoes National Park where you will marvel at molten lava flows and stargaze atop Mauna Kea.
The oldest of the Hawaiian Islands, it is also the wettest with an annual rainfall averages 440 inches. This tiny island holds many attractions. Fly through Kauai’s Waimea Canyon in a helicopter, kayak the Wailua Jungle River, hike the trails of the Napali Coast, and snorkel in the waters of the forbidden island of Niihau.