101 Things To Do in Hawai‘i

  • Downtown Honolulu on O‘ahu
  • The silhouette of a hula dancer
  • Waimea Canyon on Kaua‘i
  • The world famous Waikiki Beach on O‘ahu
  • The Seven Sacred Pools on Maui
  • Lava flowing from the Big Island of Hawai‘i's living volcano

O‘ahu

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Stroll along Waikiki, visit Pearl Harbor, and so much more

Maui

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Drive down the scenic road to Hana

Kaua‘i

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Explore the vast wilderness, visit famous film locations

Big Island of Hawai‘i

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Visit a living volcano, taste Hawai‘i's famous Kona coffee

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Picnic Under Coconut Trees

On the Big Island

Wander across a footbridge over Hilo Bay, keeping your eyes peeled for sea turtles that often play underneath, and you’ll find yourself on a small, peaceful island frequented by tourists and locals alike. Aptly named for the coconut trees scattered across it (heads up!), Coconut Island offers shallow pools with sandy bottoms perfect for children… Continue »

Immerse Yourself in Adventure

On the island of Kaua‘i

You can cover a lot of ground with OUTFITTERS KAUA‘I. Actually, this company is equipped to do a lot more than that—you can follow its guides over the treetops on a zipline, down the mountain on a bicycle, out to the ocean in a kayak or into a jungle pool on a swim. Take BIKING:… Continue »

Ride a Mule to Kalaupapa

On the island of Maui

MOLOKA‘I is famous for its cliff-hugging MULE RIDES along the world’s highest sea cliffs. The trek follows the KALAUPAPA TRAIL, which descends approximately 1,700 feet to the Kalaupapa Peninsula. The destination, KALAUPAPA NATIONAL PARK, is where, for more than a century, people suffering from leprosy—later called Hansen’s disease—lived and died in isolation. Today, Kalaupapa is… Continue »

Pay Tribute to Heroes

On the island of O‘ahu

Its striking black granite walls symbolize the massive hull of the formidable battleship it memorializes. The white marble standards represent the heroes who manned the USS Oklahoma and are dedicated to the 429 sailors and Marines who lost their lives when the ship sank during the 1941 strike on Pearl Harbor. Located on Ford Island,… Continue »

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