One Hawaii Attraction for Each Island
With so many historic sites and incredible natural beauty, the Hawaiian Islands are filled with attractions that help to make the islands unique. Each island has a variety of stops that are easy to find, located in accessible locations, and are part of a trip to Hawaii, bringing to life the long and storied history of the island, dating all the way back to the creation of the islands. Visitors to Hawaii come for the beautiful beaches, and once they begin to discover more about the islands, fall in love with the hidden sites and historic landmarks found on Oahu, Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island.
Though a vacation may not be able to fit in every single attraction in Hawaii, there are always places to come back to during a return visit. And once you’ve been to the islands, we’re sure you’ll be back.
Oahu – Nu’uanu Pali Lookout
Tucked into the Ko’olau Mountains, the Pali Lookout offers panoramic views of Windward Oahu towns Kailua and Kaneohe, plus offshore island Chinamans Hat Island. The views from the lookout are stunning, and the wind gusts reach in excess of 80 miles per hour. The most significant part of the lookout is the history: this is the site of the Battle of Oahu, where King Kamehameha the Great conquered Oahu during the unification of Hawaii. To learn all about this great battle, and make a stop at the Pali Lookout, among other sites, join a Circle Island Tour of Oahu, and learn the history from an expert.
Maui – 7 Sacred Pools
Located near Hana on Maui’s east coast, the Pools of O’heo, or the 7 Sacred Pools, are a popular stop during a drive around Maui’s Road to Hana. The lower pools are easy to access and suitable for swimming, and it is important to exercise caution when making your way to them. The pools are naturally fed from the stream that runs down the slopes of Haleakala, providing a refreshing place to cool off during a warm day on the Valley Isle.
Kauai – Na Pali Coast
The Na Pali Coast is one of the most amazing sites in Hawaii, and would be a contender form most amazing sites in the world. The towering sea cliffs rise to up to 400 feet above the ocean below, and throughout the 14 mile coastline are hidden beaches, deep valleys, and endless breathtaking beauty. Inaccessible by car, there are a few options for visiting the coast, including Helicopter Tours, Sailing Tours and Dinner Cruise, each providing the best views of the sea cliffs.
Big Island – Mauna Kea
Did you know that it snows in Hawaii? Crazy as it seems, but it does, and the place where you can find snow in on Mauna Kea. The highest point in Hawaii, Mauna Kea is an extinct volcano that towers above the island, and provides an important place for research and science. Observation telescopes are located at the summit, providing a place for viewing the galaxy. This is the best place to do some stargazing, and an activity like the Summit and Stars Adventure allows you unobstructed views of the Milky Way.
Due to the high volume of visitors traveling to Hawaii year round, our Hawaii tours and activities sell out quickly. In many cases, tours sell out weeks or months in advance. To ensure your spots on tour, we recommend reserving your tours today. Call our office or book online to take advantage of our low price guarantee today.