Visit the underwater wreckage of the destroyed USS Arizona at Pearl Harbor, where the U.S. Navy had maintained a base for 40 years before the surprise Japanese attack in 1941.
Strap on goggles and a snorkel and dive into the magical waters of Hanauma Bay, home to thousands of wildly colored fish, in just a few feet of water.
The enormous 475-acre crater next door to Waikiki was forged by a massive volcanic eruption 300,000 years ago. Today, a steep hike up its edges leads you to breathtaking views.
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This extremely popular, high-energy strip of sand at the foot of downtown Honolulu draws huge crowds every day of the year for swimming, sunbathing, and surfing, under perfect Hawaiian skies.
Drive a world War II-inspired transport vehicle right up to the water, then float away, on a half-road, half-surf tour of Pearl Harbor, Honolulu, or Diamond Head.
Watch an incredibly talented singing and dancing troupe pull out all the stops to make you smile, at an exclusive feel-good performance hosted by the Outrigger Hotel.
Shop in this charming open-air market for traditional Hawaiian gifts, including apparel and jewelry. The site was once home to Hawaiian royalty, now it’s a great spot to find deals.
Hawaii is paradise for golfers who come from around the world to play on its magnificent courses. The Royal Hawaiian Golf Shop is the ultimate outfitter for luxury golfing gear.
Explore the fascinating history of the Hawaiian monarchy at this majestic royal palace. The Grand Hall and many formal rooms have been beautifully restored, with ornate decorations and period furnishings.
You can’t come to Hawaii without trying to surf. Take a lesson at this fun, one of a kind surf school run entirely by Hawaiian firemen.