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.
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.
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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.
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.
I got carried away by the positive reviews. Well it may be worth for going Schuba diving but definately sucks for Snorkeling. The places where they had stopped for
Very nice beach, great reef, protected snorkeling, decent visibility. Highly recommended. Get there early before it's too crowded. If you are there before 7am, it's
Don't waste your money unless you have absolutely nothing else to do. I think it costs about $20 and the zoo is very small. It might be fun for the kids though.
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