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Each winter, Hawaii is the stage for some of the best whale watching on the planet, when thousands of kohola (humpback whales) migrate to our warm waters to breed and nurse their young. Tours from just about every island can bring you thrillingly close to these magnificent creatures.More
Adventures on Land
Soar through Hawaii’s lush canopies on some of the longest ziplines in the U.S. – and some of the most scenic in the world.More
Whether you want to descend jungle cliffs or cascading waterfalls, Hawaii’s knowledgeable guides will show you the ropes.More
“Travel is the best education.” The WhyzzExplorer iPhone app helps families to learn about Hawaiian culture, history, myths & legends and the islands' challenges with fun computer vision object hunts. For Young Global Citizens that are curious about the world and eager to make a difference.
Voted the #1 paid attraction in Hawaii, the Polynesian Cultural Center on Oahu's North Shore offers 6 Pacific Island villages and exhibits. Featuring Hawaii's most authentic luau, and our award-winning show, "Hā: Breath of Life.” Visit us for an unforgettable experience great for the whole family.
A venue for the Art in Public Places Program of the Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, the Hawaii State Art Museum (HiSAM) features works of art primarily by artists with a connection to Hawaii and exhibits on topics of interest to communities in our state. Admission is always free!
If you're a true fan who enjoys the hit Hawaii Five-O TV show, then you will love this tour going around Oahu to some of the most memorable TV series landmarks! Fans will visit exclusive filming locations that will conjure up images and excitement of the rebooted Hawaii Five-O TV series episodes.
The Hawaii Okinawa Center (HOC) is the “home” of the Hawaii United Okinawa Association. The Hawaii United Okinawa Association is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to promote, perpetuate and preserve Okinawan culture. For more information, visit www.huoa.org.
With a focus on conservation and education, this East Oahu attraction is a great place to meet dolphins, sea lions, green sea turtles, rays, native fish and more. It's small enough to enjoy on foot, yet diverse enough to be a full-day attraction, and is also home to the top rated luau on Oahu.