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What to Do in Hawaii

Surf on the Waters of Oahu

When you think of Hawaii, you're bound to think of surfing. With roots that can be traced back to the 4th century, surfing is one of the archipelago's cultural identities. There's no better place for surfing than Oahu. In the summer, beginners can take lessons to hone their skills, while the winter is better for experts. Ride the wave!

Drive Along the Hana Highway

Winding along the northeastern coast of Maui, the Road to Hana is a 65-mile route from Kahului to Hana. During your journey, you'll drive through lush, tropical rainforests, past green valleys, and alongside rushing waterfalls. Along the way, stop at the Waianapanapa State Park, famous for its astonishing black sand beaches made from volcanic sediment. It's no wonder that many call this the "Highway to Heaven."

Experience a Luau

For a taste of local culture, attend a luau, an ancient cultural practice in which attendees celebrate special occasions. Tourists are welcomed at luaus across Hawaii, so make sure to take part in one for a night of food, drink, music, and dance. As you feast on authentic Hawaiian cuisine during sunset, watch hula performances that reflect the archipelago's rich history.

What to See in Hawaii

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Experience one of Hawaii's most breathtaking natural wonders. Located on the Big Island, the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is home to the Kilauea and Mauna Loa active volcanoes. Neither volcano is actively erupting as of 2021, so you won't glimpse any lava, but billowing smoke and the craterous landscape more than makes up for it. It's one of Hawaii's hottest destinations.

Diamond Head State Monument

With stunning views of Oahu and the Pacific Ocean, Diamond Head is a climbable volcanic cone and is Hawaii’s most popular State Park. At the summit, you'll experience a part of U.S. history, as it was once the home of Fort Ruger, the first American military reservation in Hawaii. After your two-hour hike, relax on the nearby Waikiki Beach, only a five-minute drive away.

Waimea Canyon

Nicknamed the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific", Waimea Canyon is located on Kauai. Fourteen miles long and 3000 feet deep, the contrast between the red rock and lush green vegetation is breathtaking. Hike along trails designed for novices and experts alike, then stop at the Waimea Canyon Overlook for stunning views of the Canyon's dramatic valleys and gorges.

Where to Stay in Hawaii

Kauai

Also known as the "Garden Isle" for the tropical rainforest that covers much of its surface, Kauai is perfect for those looking for a more secluded getaway. With more coastline than any other Hawaiian island, there are many beaches to explore. Nature enthusiasts can look no further than Waimea Canyon or the Na Pali Cliffs for outdoor adventures. This is our top pick for the most beautiful Hawaiian island.

Hawaii (Big Island)

Larger than all the other islands of Hawaii combined, the Big Island is the third most visited island in the archipelago. Here, you'll find a melting pot of different climates. Containing 8 of the world's 13 climate zones, this diverse island contains beaches, jungles, and even icy tundras. Whether you're looking to hike, bike, or relax, the Big Island is a one-size-fits-all experience.

Oahu

If you're looking to experience Hawaiian culture, we recommend Oahu, the most visited island. Home to the capital city of Honolulu, Oahu features many restaurants, nightclubs, and shopping opportunities. Dance your night away, then spend the days surfing on the azure waters, hiking up the Diamond Head State Monument, or relaxing on Waikiki Beach. Oahu has a little something for everyone.

Surf on the Waters of Oahu

When you think of Hawaii, you're bound to think of surfing. With roots that can be traced back to the 4th century, surfing is one of the archipelago's cultural identities. There's no better place for surfing than Oahu. In the summer, beginners can take lessons to hone their skills, while the winter is better for experts. Ride the wave!

Drive Along the Hana Highway

Winding along the northeastern coast of Maui, the Road to Hana is a 65-mile route from Kahului to Hana. During your journey, you'll drive through lush, tropical rainforests, past green valleys, and alongside rushing waterfalls. Along the way, stop at the Waianapanapa State Park, famous for its astonishing black sand beaches made from volcanic sediment. It's no wonder that many call this the "Highway to Heaven."

Experience a Luau

For a taste of local culture, attend a luau, an ancient cultural practice in which attendees celebrate special occasions. Tourists are welcomed at luaus across Hawaii, so make sure to take part in one for a night of food, drink, music, and dance. As you feast on authentic Hawaiian cuisine during sunset, watch hula performances that reflect the archipelago's rich history.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Experience one of Hawaii's most breathtaking natural wonders. Located on the Big Island, the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is home to the Kilauea and Mauna Loa active volcanoes. Neither volcano is actively erupting as of 2021, so you won't glimpse any lava, but billowing smoke and the craterous landscape more than makes up for it. It's one of Hawaii's hottest destinations.

Diamond Head State Monument

With stunning views of Oahu and the Pacific Ocean, Diamond Head is a climbable volcanic cone and is Hawaii’s most popular State Park. At the summit, you'll experience a part of U.S. history, as it was once the home of Fort Ruger, the first American military reservation in Hawaii. After your two-hour hike, relax on the nearby Waikiki Beach, only a five-minute drive away.

Waimea Canyon

Nicknamed the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific", Waimea Canyon is located on Kauai. Fourteen miles long and 3000 feet deep, the contrast between the red rock and lush green vegetation is breathtaking. Hike along trails designed for novices and experts alike, then stop at the Waimea Canyon Overlook for stunning views of the Canyon's dramatic valleys and gorges.

Kauai

Also known as the "Garden Isle" for the tropical rainforest that covers much of its surface, Kauai is perfect for those looking for a more secluded getaway. With more coastline than any other Hawaiian island, there are many beaches to explore. Nature enthusiasts can look no further than Waimea Canyon or the Na Pali Cliffs for outdoor adventures. This is our top pick for the most beautiful Hawaiian island.

Hawaii (Big Island)

Larger than all the other islands of Hawaii combined, the Big Island is the third most visited island in the archipelago. Here, you'll find a melting pot of different climates. Containing 8 of the world's 13 climate zones, this diverse island contains beaches, jungles, and even icy tundras. Whether you're looking to hike, bike, or relax, the Big Island is a one-size-fits-all experience.

Oahu

If you're looking to experience Hawaiian culture, we recommend Oahu, the most visited island. Home to the capital city of Honolulu, Oahu features many restaurants, nightclubs, and shopping opportunities. Dance your night away, then spend the days surfing on the azure waters, hiking up the Diamond Head State Monument, or relaxing on Waikiki Beach. Oahu has a little something for everyone.

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