Whether searching for true relaxation under a palm tree or at a luxurious spa, a beautiful hike, shopping fix, or a bit of history, O‘ahu has something for every type of traveler.
O‘ahu’s North Shore offers a respite from the bustle of Waikiki Beach, with beautiful beaches, the verdant Waimea Valley and charming surf towns making it a perfect day trip.
The four-mile trek on Kaua’i’s North Shore to the 300-foot-tall Hanakāpī’ai Falls is one of the most memorable — and scenic — hiking experiences on the island.
These Maui activities are all about water. See the best snorkeling, whale watching, fishing, diving and more on the Valley Isle.
There’s much more to do in Kaua‘i than visit the beach. Known as Hawai’i’s “Garden Isle,” Kaua‘i offers a full slate of activities for adventure seekers, spa aficionados, shoppers, history buffs and foodies.
The Big island of Hawai‘i has an ever-changing natural environment — you can witness stark lava fields, snowcapped, dormant Mauna Kea volcano, and dazzling beaches hugged by lush landscapes — all in a single day.
Maui, Hawai‘i stands out from other tropical hideaways thanks to a range of remarkable nature and out-of-the-ordinary attractions.
Before your visit to Hawai‘i, brush up on these useful Hawaiian words and phrases to help make the most of your Hawaiian vacation.
These five hiking spots on Oah‘u, Hawai‘i are favorite places for locals to explore, and are well suited to adults and children.
Think big for your next beach vacation. Big volcanoes, big sea life, and big stretches of multihued sand. Think Hawai‘i’s Big Island.