Top Hawaii Attractions for Your Trip
Each of the Hawaiian Islands feature great attractions and things to see. There are amazing sites, historic landmarks, picturesque views, and nearly endless places to visit while vacation in Hawaii. Getting to these top attractions is easy, and discovering all about each is part of what makes a trip to Hawaii so great.
The sites and scenery of each island show off the natural beauty of the island, and the legends that are associated with the Hawaiian Islands are captivating. We’ve selected one attraction on each island for you to visit, and help you to have an amazing trip.
Oahu – Nu’uanu Pali Lookout
Approaching the Pali Lookout while traveling across the island may not seem like much, but once you’re standing at the lookout, you’ll see why this is such a special place. The site itself hosted one of the most important battles in Hawaiian History, in which the islands were unified and King Kamehameha conquered Oahu. While the views of Windward Oahu are unbelievable, the history of this site is intriguing, and you’ll want to learn as much as you can. Consider a Circle Island Tour of Oahu, and learn the history from an expert.
Maui – 7 Sacred Pools
Found near Hana along Maui’s east coast, the Pools of O’heo, or the 7 Sacred Pools are a delightful stop during a drive around Maui’s famed Road to Hana. A few of the pools are easy to access and suitable for swimming, and it is important to exercise caution when making your way to them.
Kauai – Na Pali Coast
The scenic stretch of Kauai’s west coast is entirely uninhabited, save for hikers and campers enjoying the most remote part of the island. The views from the top of the sea cliffs are breathtaking, and there are many hidden beaches and lush valleys scattered throughout the 14 miles coastline. Helicopter Tours offer the best views of Na Pali, while Sailing Tours and Dinner Cruise options give a different vantage point.
Big Island – Mauna Kea
The highest point in Hawaii is the summit of Mauna Kea. And, technically, Mauna Kea is the highest point in the world, when measured from the base of the mountain on the sea floor. The summit routinely receives snow, and observation telescopes allow scientists to discover the universe. Take advantage of Mauna Kea’s views on a Summit and Stars Adventure and enjoy the stars and views that will never be matched.
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.