Things to do in Hawaii

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  • 1

    Waikiki Beach

    203 reviews

    What can I say? You have to pass through purgatory to enter the doors of paradise and despite it's very lovely tropical island setting, Waikiki is over-developed and attracts really trashy people who like their comforts without any imagination attached. Before I totally trash the place, the ocean is wonderful and as beaches go this is world class; it's just ...

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  • 2

    Haleakala National Park (Kula)

    171 reviews

    When I return to Maui, I plan to hike Haleakala. On this trip I drove to the top making sure to stop to view the craters. Once at the top, you can view clouds below! The views are absolutely breathtaking! This is a must during your Maui visit.

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  • 3

    Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve

    147 reviews

    Hanauma Bay is a must-see spot on Oahu. The views from the top of the beach overlooking the bay are stunning, and a great place to park up on a bench early in the morning for some quiet time. The beach down below is full of corals, but has been overfished for years prior to becoming a reserve, so it's ...

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  • 4

    Maui Ocean Center

    136 reviews

    Top notch coastal aquarium. Learn all about the fish, whales, turtles and coral you see on your snorkeling trips.

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  • 5

    Hana Highway

    133 reviews

    Someone told me that if you are a couple who make the drive on the Hana Highway without fighting, you are meant to be. Truthfully, is not hard to be happy on this adventure. Pack a lunch and some water, and enjoy the beautiful views as you drive slowly along the winding road. I have motion sickness so I was ...

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  • 6

    Diamond Head State Monument

    125 reviews

    Be careful if hiking from your hotel and using the map it feature on this app. It took us to a residential neighborhood on the opposite side of the mountain. Hopefully the administrators of the app will correct this issue.

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  • 7

    Pearl Harbor

    120 reviews

    If you haven't done Pearl Harbor then it is a must see. But I would only do it once! It gets really busy depending on the time of year and peak seasons, meaning you could be waiting up to 2 hours to get on the boat across to the submarine and ships that you can choose to go see. The ...

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  • 8

    Pacific Whale Foundation

    103 reviews

    Great fun and affortable way to get out onthe water and see some whales if visiting here in the months of Novemeber to April.

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  • 9

    Lanikai Beach

    95 reviews

    This is always a favorite beach for visitors. Even so, it is way less crowded than Waikiki beach, or even Kailua beach. Beautiful views.

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  • 10

    Kaanapali Beach

    92 reviews

    Kaanapali has the busiest hotels on Maui so there are people everywhere, but it still has beauty and gorgeous sunsets. The walkway begins at the Hyatt and goes nearly to Black Rock. Be careful or you'll end up wearing someone's latte! Parasailing and jet skis at the south end or row a canoe.

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  • 11

    Dole Plantation

    110 reviews

    From Honolulu, the plantation is on the way to Hawaii's North Shore, so it's a perfect and fun rest-stop. It has acres and acres of pineapple fields, which you can tour on a cute and educational train ride around the plantation. Dole Plantation also has the Pineapple Garden Maze which holds the record for the largest maze in the world. ...

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  • 12

    Waimea Canyon

    84 reviews

    Great Views. Road is a bit windy and steep, so yet another way to view it is to take a flight with wings over kauai during a clear day.

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  • 13

    Polynesian Cultural Center

    94 reviews

    This center is a fantastic attraction on the Island of Oahu. It is a decent drive from Honolulu, but is well worth the trip. Be sure to check the schedule in advance.

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  • 14

    Akaka Falls State Park

    80 reviews

    A short, paved loop walk with many stairs but a nice stream and two beautiful waterfalls (one very tall). One of the few places on the Big Island you are sure to see heliconia and protea flowers growing wild.

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    Big Beach

    73 reviews

    One of the last undeveloped beaches on Maui. There is a spectacular view from the bluff that separates Big Beach & Little Beach.

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  • 16

    Na Pali Coast State Park

    65 reviews

    Best way to experience this park is by getting your act together for an advance permit and loading up your backpack with overnight camping gear for the 22-mile round-trip trek along the Kalalau Trail. If you've only got time to hike the first mile or two (open to day hikers without a permit), it's still worth it for the views ...

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  • 17

    Rainbow Falls

    71 reviews

    Beautiful waterfall. It had been raining so it was very full. However, since it was cloudy, there was no rainbow. No big deal, but I believe the tourists were a little disappointed. I had come up here to shoot a couple Miss Hawaii contestants. Nice little spot, but I probably wouldn't choose this spot for a photo shoot. lol Unfortunately ...

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  • 18

    Old Lahaina Luau

    69 reviews

    Hands down, the best and most authentic luau on Maui! Limber up because there is some serious audience participation at this luau. :)

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  • 19

    Arizona Memorial

    63 reviews

    This is not a "loved it" place. its a place for respect and reflection upon those who perished below the water when the Arizona was sunk on 7, Dec, 1941.

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  • 20

    Iao Valley State Park

    66 reviews

    Iao Valley and the State Park are titled central Maui's Emerald Gem. It's one of the most enchanting places I've visited in the Hawaiian islands. Stop in the park and then make your way up the paths to see the Iao needle. Bring food and use a grill in the picnic tables area at the park. Don't forget your camera!! ...

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