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.
Ten miles of magnificent hiking await you, in the red soil canyon carved from the remains of a collapsed volcano. How’s that for dramatic?
Take a once in a lifetime helicopter tour over the most beautiful island in the world. Swoop like a bird over the breathtaking splendor of Kauai’s coasts and mountains.
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Eco tourists seek out the thrills that only the natural world provides. By foot and bike, this guided eco-trek explores a sugar cane grove, dramatic beaches, and a rainforest.
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A cattle ranch on Kauai’s north shore is the scene for rugged island adventures for the whole family, including zip-lining, hikes to waterfalls, and scenic mountain horseback riding.
Akaka State Park is a very beautiful slice of tropical forest that shows off two free-falling waterfalls. The short stroll to these falls transports you through some of
You’re in Hawaii, so why not go for dinner on a sunset cruise along the stunning Na Pali Coast? Day or night, Captain Andy offers unforgettable ocean sailing tours.
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.