A majestic chain of islands in the North Pacific Ocean, Hawaii is home to a unique Polynesian-American cultural fusion. Unlike anywhere else in the world, Hawaii’s unique ‘Aloha Spirit’ guides the humble and harmonious lifestyles practiced across the islands. Visitors to Hawaii will encounter an exciting range of historical, natural and cultural attractions over the four main islands of Oahu, Maui, Kaua'i and Hawaii Island (also known as the Big Island). Many of the popular attractions can be experienced through expertly guided Hawaii tours that combine sightseeing opportunities with a fascinating insight into the history and culture of this amazing destination.
Established at the remains of the sunken battleship USS Arizona, the memorial pays homage to the many military personnel who sacrificed their lives in the attack on Pearl Harbour.
Discover Diamond Head, the majestic volcanic tuff that overlooks Honolulu. This guide features all you need to know before climbing this remarkable mountain as well as a brief introduction to its recent history.
America's only official royal residence, Iolani Palace was home to the former Hawaiian King and Queen. Wander within the royal walls and learn of the rich and colourful history that took place here.
Once neglected and damaged by excessive use, the bay boasts a reputation as a pristine marine ecosystem. Returned to its former glory, the natural attraction offers amazing swimming and snorkelling.
Enjoy an incredible kaleidescope of colours as you visit the Waikiki Aquarium. Filled with remarkable Hawaiian marine life and opportunities for learning and discovery, this experience is not to be missed.
Get up close and personal with Hawaiian marine mammals. Learn about their unique habitats and take the opportunity to dive deep with sharks, sea lions, dolphins and rays and feed endangered sea turtles!
Home to Kilauea, the world's most active volcano and, Mauna Loa (the largest volcano in the world), Volcanoes National Park boasts unique hiking tracks, dramatic landscapes and geographical marvels.
Home to a variety of ancient archaeological sites and a Hawaiian ‘place of refuge’, this national park offers fantastic learning opportunities, a self-guided tour and a chance to spot the endangered green sea turtle.
The USA’s only tropical zoo, experience a close encounter with a variety of endangered Hawaiian wildlife and rainforest animals including spider monkeys, lemurs, a white Bengal tiger and nene geese (the Hawaiian state bird).
This 203-acre refuge is state protected and home to some of Hawaii’s most unique bird and plant life. Spot spinner dolphins, and humpback whales offshore while taking in Pacific Ocean views from the Kilauea Lighthouse.
Dubbed the ‘Grand Canyon of the Pacific’; this awe-inspiring natural attraction features colourful layers of striated rock, dramatic waterfalls, and spectacular views of the Na Pali coastline from the Kalalau Valley Lookout.
Boasting the USA's most beautiful sunrise, the summit enjoys incredible ocean views while the coastal Kipahulu region features a verdant valley dotted with cascading waterfalls and freshwater pools.
Enjoy one of the world's most incredible road trips on the road to Hana. Featuring breathtaking hairpin turns, pacific views and verdant rainforests, stop along the way at hidden coves and cascading falls.