Six stunning islands to explore with endless opportunities for excitement and relaxation makes Hawaii a well-rounded destination that any type of traveler can enjoy. The breathtaking beaches, lush forests, and beautiful natural sites make it feel like you are in a whole different world. This is a destination that will keep calling you back for more after every visit.
THINGS TO DO
Explore all of the wonders of Hawaii such as the volcanoes, pristine golf courses, national parks, tropical forests, and scenic byways. Experience the breathtaking sunrises and sunsets every day over the water.
Surf, swim, snorkel, boat, scuba dive, water ski, parasail, whale watch—all this and more is available to you in Hawaii's beautiful, warm, crystal clear waters. Get up to the local ocean-life, or sit on the edge of the shore.
Visit the renowned historical sites in Hawaii including the Pearl Harbor National Historic Landmark, Kalaupapa National Historical Park, Honolulu Museum of Art, the Grove Farm Homestead Museum, and more more.
Downtown Honolulu and Chinatown offer the best, and hippest nightlife around with a variety of unique restaurants and bars. Waikiki also features lively bars and clubs with live music and delicious cocktails.
Venture to Kona and visit Historic Kailua Village for some great shopping opportunities. Hilo also features small shops and boutiques off the beaten path to give you a great sense of the local culture.
Hawaii is known for lively and entertaining Luaus. Enjoy local cuisine while watching hula dancers and fire dancers tell beautiful stories through movements, all while enjoying a magnificent spread of pig, lau lau, and poi.
Hawaii is great to visit year-round, with summer weather being warm and dry with temperatures 75-88 degrees, and the “cool” winter with 68-80 degree temperatures. Ferry services are offered from Lahaina Harbor in Maui to both Lanai and Molokai if you are looking to do a bit of island hopping during your stay.
- Renting a car is the best way to experience all of Hawaii's offerings. This allows you to explore the islands on your terms and at your convenience.
- Keep in mind that Hawaii's environment is fragile and you should not bring any outside plants, products, or animals so as to not to risk damage.
- Watch the water for jellyfish that can often wash up on shore and sting you.
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