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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Discover King Kamehameha Country

On the Big Island

While South Kohala attracts most tourists, just 11 miles upslope is a land developers forgot. NORTH KOHALA is lush and green, sparsely populated and unpretentious; it is South Kohala’s country cousin—a breath of fresh mountain air in a landscape barely touched by contemporary influences. The region’s neighboring hamlets of KAPA‘AU and HAWI, comprising the most-densely… Continue »

Hang in Koloa

On the island of Kaua‘i

KOLOA, the site of Hawai‘i’s first successful sugar plantation dating back to 1835, is now a popular stop for visitors who frequent the resorts and beaches of PO‘IPU. Visitors headed to Koloa or Po‘ipu on Highway 520 first drive through a mile-long arch of beautiful, shaded greenery called THE TREE TUNNEL, which is a line… Continue »

Sail and Snack to Lana‘i

On the island of Maui

TRILOGY EXCURSIONS, Maui’s oldest family-owned-and-operated ocean recreation company, has gained a cult following for its FAMILY-ORIENTED SAILING TOURS to Lana‘i. Its success can be attributed to its large fleet of catamarans—and its HOMEMADE CINNAMON ROLLS. First, the rolls: The tradition began in 1973, when the Coon family arrived on Maui following a two-year sailing adventure… Continue »

Sample The Honolulu Star-Advertiser’s ʻIlima Awards

On the island of O‘ahu

The most densely populated Hawaiian island harvests a diner’s nirvana, fusing flavors from the east and west with the South Pacific. Every year with the help of readers and local food enthusiasts HONOLULU STAR-ADVERTISER‘s dining writers compile a master list of the top places to eat on O‘ahu. Premiere recipients are honored at the Honolulu… Continue »

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