Hawaii's favorite visitor attraction, featuring 8 Pacific island villages, Hawaii's most authentic luau, a new show "Ha Breath of Life", Hawaii's only canoe pageant and an acclaimed IMAX film.
4,000 acres of stunning tropical beauty and a favorite location for Hollywood filmmakers. Once the home of Hawaiian royalty, guests can enjoy Kualoa by horseback, ATV, jeeps, bus and boat tours.
Ranked as the world’s best beach by Conde Nast in 1996, Lanikai features white sparkling sand, calm waters and two mini islands called the Mokuluas (Moks) that can be reached via kayak.
Set between looming mountain cliffs and the peak of Mt. Olomana, Royal Hawaiian Country Club (formerly Luana Hills CC) offers two distinctive nines in Windward Oahu's beautiful Maunawili Valley.
Just a 5-mile drive northeast of Downtown Honolulu, the Nuuanu Pali Lookout offers panoramic views of the sheer Koolau cliffs and lush Windward Coast.
Home to Waikiki Beach and the iconic slopes of Diamond Head Crater, Waikiki also contains the 500-acre Kapiolani Park, Waikiki Aquarium, Honolulu Zoo and some of Hawaii's finest restaurants and hottes
Hawaii's most recognized landmark is known for its historic hiking trail, stunning coastal views and military history. Diamond Head State Monument covers over 475 acres, including the interior and out
A unique and vibrant blend of museums, art galleries, eclectic dining options and historic landmarks. Cuban cafes and Eurasian hotspots tantalize the taste buds, while the rich arts and culture scene
Hawaii’s largest museum and one of Oahu’s most historic places, Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum holds millions of artifacts, documents and photos about Hawaii and other Polynesian cultures.
One of the world's largest, busiest and most beautiful airports, covering 4,520 acres of fast and submerged land. It is larger than the major resort destination of Waikiki, which is located 10 miles t
The only outlet shopping center in Hawaii with savings of 25% to 65% on an impressive collection of designer and name-brand outlet stores, featuring Calvin Klein, Coach, Polo Ralph Lauren and more
Get lost in the world's largest maze, as featured in the Guinness Book of World Records. Ride the Pineapple Express train and take the Plantation Garden Tour to learn about the history of agriculture
Commemorating the fallen servicemen during the bombing of Pearl Harbor, this memorial is a sobering experience. Tours include a ride to the sunken battleship in the harbor, where 1177 men still lie
Weaving itself in and around a dense rainforest, Koolina Golf Club sits some 2,000 feet below the Koolau's 30-mile long, majestic mountain range, stretching from southeast Oahu to the North Shore.
A fun family day out with more than 25 rides including Waterworld, Waianae Coaster, Da Flowrider and the newly added Tornado, which takes guests through a 130-foot tunnel into the eye of a storm.
This dramatic lava shoreline, with stunning views in all directions, is said to be the spot where souls of ancient Hawaiians jump off into the spirit world and meet the souls of their ancestors.
More than just a laid back surf town, Haleiwa is filled with local style and country ambiance as well as cool surf shops and boutiques, understated restaurants and charming art galleries.
This small rocky bay on the North Shore forms part of Pupukea Beach Park and boasts an impressive amount of sea life. Large smooth boulders and coral heads form small caves and ledges for marine life
An influential surf spot during the dawn of big wave surfing in the 1950s. Adventurous surfers have challenged the powerful winter waves of Waimea (as well as Makaha Beach on the west side).
Located on the east side of Honolulu, the private Waialae Country Club includes a fabled 18-hole golf course that annually hosts a PGA Tour event.
Oahu's best spot for snorkeling in a shallow, volcanic crater. A plethora of colorful reef fish can be seen from the shore. Snorkeling equipment and fish food is available on-site. Closed on Tuesdays.