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Keep your camera ready: in Hawaii, breathtaking sights await you around every turn. Here, just about every byway is scenic, and each overlook offers a new Instagram-ready vista. From hidden sea caves along the Napali Coast to state parks that let you walk in the footsteps of Hawaiian royalty—not to mention our hundreds of miles of sun-kissed beaches—we invite you to explore Hawaii's magnificent scenery.
With hundreds of miles of pristine coastline, Hawaii’s beaches are postcards come to life. Whichever kind of beach fits your version of paradise, you’ll find it in Hawaii.More
A visit to Hawaii begs the question: what isn’t a natural wonder? Just about any of our stunning beaches and emerald-green mountains could qualify, but there are a few that tower above the rest.More
Hawaii emerged from the sea millions of years ago, forged by the power of volcanoes. Today, active volcanoes continue to shape the ever-changing landscapes of our islands.More
Sample Maui's sweetest fruit Maui Gold while our knowledgeable tour guide shares entertaining facts and history about Hawaii's Pineapple- Visit Pineapple fields, Tour Maui Gold, Pineapple Packing Factory, and bring home free pineapple.
MauiWine is Hawaii's largest winery, growing & crafting quality wines capturing Maui's essence through its pineapple & estate-grown wines. Daily tastings & tours of the cellar & historical grounds. MauiWine embraces its responsibility to Maui's agriculture, manufacturing & hospitality industries.
The Hawai‘i Wildlife Center (HWC) is a state-of-the-art native wildlife hospital and rehabilitation center. The facility features a science and discovery center and retail store. Science center admission is free. Donations are welcome. Public hours are Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
The 'Imiloa Astronomy Center of Hawaii offers an immersive Hawaiian journey through time and space, with interactive exhibits, a leading-edge full-dome planetarium, award-winning landscape of native Hawaiian Plants, and a Resaurant with views of Hilo Bay.
Visit Hawaii's ONLY remaining Rice Mill (on the National Register of Historic Places), where the past meets the present. Learn about Hawaii's agriculture and cultural history, view endangered native water birds, and explore the cultivation and uses of taro, a traditional Polynesian food source.
This Smithsonian-affiliated Lyman Museum tells the story of Hawaii’s islands and people. Exhibits trace Hawaii’s history from its volcanic origins and the flora and fauna that arrived before humans to life in ancient Hawaii and the immigrant groups that helped shape Hawaii’s unique culture of today