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


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


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Drive down the scenic road to Hana


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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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Rent a Power Boat

On the Big Island

When Mother Nature set out to design Hawai‘i Island, she came up with 11 distinct climate zones ranging from tundra to tropical forest—and she saved the best for the Kona Coast. In the summer, less than an inch of rain falls a month; in the winter, that changes only marginally to 1 to 3 inches… Continue »

Visit an Old Hawaiian Village

On the island of Kaua‘i

KAMOKILA HAWAIIAN VILLAGE is a reconstructed Hawaiian village composed of 14 thatched-roof structures, including a canoe house, a birthing house, a hula house, the chief’s assembly house and a doctor’s house. Lush gardens also grow in the village, yielding traditional Hawaiian fruits and flowers. In 1995, the village was used as a location for the… Continue »

Sample Some ‘Local Kine Grinds’

On the island of Maui

“So ‘ono” or “broke da mouth” is what locals say when they eat delicious, or “ONOLICIOUS,” grinds (“GOOD FOOD” in Hawai‘i’s Pidgin English). While on Maui, try some of these simple, affordable grinds, such as plate lunches and poke (said “pohkeh”) for a meal that travels well and is an authentic taste of the islands…. Continue »

Spend a Day at the Zoo

On the island of O‘ahu

Located in the heart of Waikiki lies an award-winning urban jungle inhabited by more than 1,200 mammals, birds and reptiles. The Honolulu Zoo is the only zoo in the United States that originated in a king’s grant when, in 1876, King David Kalakaua made lands of the Leahi Crown Holdings available “to the people of… Continue »

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