Hawaii is filled with so many unique and exciting sites and attractions. There are countless activities your group can experience as well. Here are only a few of the great places you can explore!
Authentic Hawaiian Luau
Take in this truly authentic Hawaiian experience with food, song, and dance.
Beach Time at Waimea Bay
Head over to one of the best spots for surf, snorkel, and swimming in Oahu!
Visit the state's largest museum and see history and science unfold!
Captain James Cook Monument
A massive 27-foot white obelisk that marks the spot where Captain Cook was killed.
City Tour of Honolulu
See the city in style as you take in all the history and natural beauty you can!
Look down on Honolulu from the peak of an ancient volcano crater!
Dole Pineapple Plantation
Dole welcomes over 1 million visitors each year to tour the plantation, maze, gardens, and more.
Meet the dolphins and trainers of the Hilton Waikoloa Village Resort!
Just how does one pronounce the name of the former state fish?
Hawaii State Capitol Building
This grand 1960s building features an atrium, courtyards, memorials, statues, and tours.
Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden
One of the most beautiful concentrated sites of tropical flora in the state.
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Explore two of the world's deadliest volcanoes up close!
Hawaiian Royal Center Hula Lessons
Learn the culturally important art form of hula with some truly impressive locals.
Hawaii's Plantation Village
Tour a re-created 1900s sugar plantation with over 25 buildings and homes.
Hilo Farmers Market
A twice-weekly outdoor market that features over 200 different local vendors.
Honolulu Lei Greetings
A truly iconic symbol of the stunning islands and their intoxicating warmth.
Discover the only American zoo founded by a king!
Visit the palace of the Hawaiian monarchy!
‘Welcome to Hawaii’ never sounded better than it does here.
King Kamehameha Statue
Pay tribute to this historic Hawaiian king at any 1 of 4 local statues.
The film site of over 50 movies and touring fantasy come to life!
Lava Tree State Monument
A gorgeous piece of geological artwork you won't want to miss during your big island visit.
Liliuokalani Park and Gardens
Relax in the largest Japanese garden outside of Japan!
Mauna Kea Observatories
Quite possibly the most challenging attraction your group will see.
National Cemetery of the Pacific
This spot honors veterans and provides striking views of the city from the inside of a volcanic crater.
Pacific Tsunami Museum
The museum in Hilo that explores the impact of 2 historic tsunamis on the region.
Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona
Visit the site of the Pearl Harbor attack and the USS Arizona memorial.
Pu'uhonua O Hōnaunau National Historical Park
Once a place of refuge for ancient Hawaiian lawbreakers.
Queen Emma Summer Palace
This home served as a retreat for Queen Emma of Hawaii and her family from 1857 to 1885.
An 80-foot tall set of waterfalls that provides colorful morning views.
Senator Fong's Plantation
See over 80 different varieties of palms, and sample nuts, fruits, and other in-season treats.
U.S Army Museum of Hawaii
A former defense system now housing both ancient and modern military artifacts for public viewing.
USS Bowfin Submarine Museum
A collection of submarine artifacts that represent the rich history of United States submarines.
Explore the natural wildlife of Hawaii's Pacific shores.
The Grand Canyon of the Pacific and a gorgeous state park.
Explore this historic mansion of ancient rulers located in the midst of Hawaii’s Capital Historic District.
World Botanical Gardens
Stunningly scenic hiking, biking, ziplining, segway tours, and sightseeing in general.
Zip Isle Adventures
Once you land again, hike to a botanical garden and waterfall.