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Like No Place On Earth

Home to the world’s most active volcanoes, the only royal palace in the U.S. and the welcoming aloha spirit—Hawaii is like no place on earth. Discover the glimmering ocean, emerald valleys and golden sands; get lost in the spiritual beauty of the hula and find out how the warmth of Hawaii’s people wonderfully complement the islands’ perfect temperatures. We invite you to explore the Islands of Aloha to find your own heavenly Hawaii experiences. Aloha. 

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Video: Discover the Hawaiian Islands

Take a tour of the Hawaiian Islands to see all of the thrills, beauty, culture, history and more.

Family Fun

From snorkeling and sandcastle building on sun-soaked beaches to exploring aquariums and fishponds, there are seemingly endless ways to connect with the family in the Hawaiian Islands.

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Hawaiian Culture & Cuisine

History & Culture

As a cultural crossroads, Hawaii's history is unlike any other on earth. Walk in the footsteps of royalty at ancient temples, experience the art of hula and more.

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Culinary

With our bounty of fresh fruits and vegetables, lush upland cattle farms and Pacific waters teeming with sashimi-grade fish, Hawaiian cuisine is a colorful tapestry of tastes and traditions.

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Eco-Tourism

​Get a closer look at Hawaii's delicate ecosystem and help keep our islands sustainable for generations to come. Take a taro or coffee farm tour, peruse the Sunshine Markets of Kauai or explore the many botanical gardens throughout the Hawaiian Islands.

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Hawaii Attractions and Activities

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The Great Ohana Hunt
Oahu
The Great Ohana Hunt
95-294 Kailiula Lp
Mililani, HI 96789
Summary

The Great Ohana Hunt is a fun, economical way to explore and tour Waikiki. This activity combines a scavenger hunt with local culture, historical facts and trivia relevant to Waikiki. Great for weddings, conventions, family and corporate gatherings.

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Oahu
Gunstock Ranch
56-250 Kamehameha Hwy.
Kahuku, HI 96731
Summary

Gunstock Ranch, home of Oahu's first Hawaiian Legacy Forest, is a 45-year old family owned horse and cattle ranch. Come explore and learn about Hawaii as well as give back by planting and dedicating a tree. Adventure options include horseback riding and off-road vehicles, hiking and walking tours.

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Bike and Hike to Active Lava Surface Flows
Hawaii
Bikevolcano.com
Summary

BikeVolcano.com specializes in guided bicycle tours of Hawaii Volcanoes National & Bike/Hike Tours to Active Lava Surface Flows. Our Certified National Park Interpretive Guides and support staff will lead you incredible and informative volcano and lava adventures. Bike Down an Active Volcano!!!

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Kilauea Volcano
Hawaii
Kona Nature Tours
75-5737 Kuakini Highway #201
Kailua Kona, HI 96740
Summary

Kona Nature Tours provide unique and customized experiences for visitors to the Big Island of Hawaii. Our adventure guides will take you to where we go, to see what we see and to live like we live. Experience: History and Culture, SCUBA, Guitars, Designed-to-taste meals, Rappelling, Portage Services, Private Beaches, Private Coves, Overnight Camping, Your Imagination.

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Teruya Pavillion
Oahu
Hawaii Okinawa Center
94-587 Ukee St
Waipahu, HI 96797
Summary

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.

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Iolani Palace
Oahu
Iolani Palace
364 South King St.
Honolulu, HI 96813
Summary

A Hawaiian national treasure and the only official state residence of royalty in the United States, Iolani Palace was the official residence of the Hawaiian Kingdom's last two monarchs.

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