Hawaii Tourist Spots

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Hawaii Tourist Spots

Hawaii Tourist Spots

Hawaii is one of the most beautiful places in the world. Let's look at some of the many popular places to visit in Hawaii.

Diamond Head

You can't go wrong with the classic. A lot of people climb here in the early morning to pray to god. There's a hiking route, so it's easy even for for beginners. Anyone can make it to the summit and enjoy the view of Waikiki.

4200 Diamond Head Road
Honolulu, HI 96816

Kailua Beach Park

Kailua Beach Park is breathtakingly beautiful, so it's no wonder it's number one. There are stylish boutiques and restaurants while enjoying the vast ocean view.

450-526 Kawailoa Rd
Honolulu, HI 96734

Kualoa Ranch

It's name means "long peak" in Hawaiian and is a majestic mountain area. It's also famous for being the used in Hollywood movies such as "King Kong" and "Jurassic World". There are many fun activities you can do here such as tours, wheel buggies, and more.

49-560 Kamehameha Hwy
Kaneohe, HI 96744

Polynesia Cultural Center

Enjoy ukulele and hula dancing at this theme park that recreates the traditions and livelihoods of Polynesia. Some evenings will have shows with over 100 people and are full of events that can be enjoyed by people of all ages.

55-370 Kamehameha Hwy
Laie, HI 96762

Mauna Kea

The titular island of Hawaii is particularly attractive with its vast amount of nature. The sky view from the Mauna Kea is especially amazing. With an altitude of 4205 meters and a global observatory, it makes sense that this place is called the closest to the universe.

Kilauea Volcano

Another famous sightseeing spot on Hawaii Island is Kilauea Volcano located in the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. It's popular because it's possible to observe the active volcano parts still active by the crater. Visitors can also enjoy trekking through the park.

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Hawaii 96778

Waimea Valley

On the island of Kauai, which is said to be the oldest island of the Hawaiian Islands, there are lots of sightseeing spots created by nature. Among them is the scenery of the Waimea Valley, which is called the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific Ocean".

Koke'e Road
Waimea, Kauai, HI 96752

Waikele Outlets

The Waikele Outlets consist of over 50 different stores and is a must for women who love shopping. Visitors from Japan love coming here as there are often goods that aren't on sale in the country yet as well as for bargain prices. The best way to access it is by bus, trolley, or as part of a tour.

94-790 Lumiaina St.
Waipahu, HI 96797

Pearl Harbor

You can see a wide assortment of battleships including the historic USS Missouri. Around the harbor there are some places to eat as well as purchase souvenirs and can be a great way to spend a half day. There are also tours available. Handbags or other containers are not allowed in the harbor so please keep that in mind for your valuables and other personal effects.

Pearl Harbor
Ewa, Hi 96818

Hanauma Bay

The bay is a very popular tourist spot, especially on weekdays. From the observation deck, one can truly get a marvelous view of the whole area, most notably the the blue sea.

Please be aware that parking is often full throughout the earlier parts of the day. There are shallow parts of the water, so it's perfect for kids and makes for plenty of enjoyment for everyone.

Hanauma Bay
Honolulu, HI 96821