Visit Bishop Museum in Honolulu to see rare Hawaiian artifacts, and the Waikiki Aquarium to see a fascinating array of fish and other marine life native to Hawaiian waters.
Drive from Hilo along the scenic Hamakua Coast to take in gorgeous shoreline views, the towering Akaka Falls and steep walled Waipio Valley.
On the western shore of the Big Island tour Historic Kailua Village where you can visit the royal Hulihee Palace and other preserved landmarks.
Nearby Beaches Hawaii is known for its spectacular beaches with each island offering unique beauty along pristine shorelines.
On the south shore of Oahu is the world famous Waikiki Beach and also Hanauma Bay, one of Hawaii's most popular snorkeling spots featuring a diversity of marine life among the coral reefs in a sunken volcanic crater.
On Lanai, just nine miles from Maui, visit Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock), look for dolphins in Hulopoe Bay, hike along the tree lined Munro Trail and through the unique landscapes of Keahiakawelo, known as the Garden of the Gods.
Explore the plantation era charm of Lanai City and golf at two exceptional courses, The Experience at Manele and The Challenge at Manele.Take a drive up into Kona coffee country to meet the coffee farmers and see how the prized coffee beans are grown and processed.On Molokai visit the scenic Halawa valley, the remote settlement of Kalaupapa, Hawaii's biggest white sand beach at Papohaku and the highest seacliffs in the world along the island's northeast shore.Just to the north in Laie is the Polynesian Cultural Center where you can learn about Pacific Island nations at interactive themed villages and enjoy an authentic Hawaiian luau feast along with an elaborate dinner show.On the north shore go for a horseback ride or walk through the botanical gardens of Waimea Valley to Waimea Falls.On Oahu's windward side enjoy the soft white sands and crystal blue waters of Lanikai Beach.