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Private Honolulu City Tour from Waikiki
"See the famous landmarks of historical Downtown Honolulu including the Golden Statue of King Kamehameha I Iolani Palace Washington Place and State Capitol Building. Get your cameras ready to capture the picturesque views of Diamond Head Lookout Rabbit Island and Halona Blowhole. This VIP Private tour will also take you to Punchbowl National Cemetery and Kahala.You'll have a Hawaiian experience of a lifetime as the courteous and professionally trained chauffeurs drive you comfortably to this amazing P""
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Day at Pearl Harbor Tour
"Join us in discovering Oahu’s #1 most popular public attraction; be sure not to miss any of the historic sites features and attractions. Explore a full day at the Pacific Historic Park that includes the USS Arizona Memorial USS Bowfin USS Battleship Missouri and the Pacific Aviation Museum. Then take a drive through Punchbowl and historical downtown Honolulu. This is the hassle free way of having guaranteed reserved movie and shuttle tickets to the USS Arizona Memorial. No waiting in Pacific Aviation Museum and the USS Missouri Battleship.HIGHLIGHTS (*indicates stops made):· Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial* Includes a movie of the Japanese attack on December 7th World War II museums an audio tour of the visitor center
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Stars and Stripes Tour
"HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial* Includes a movie of the Japanese attack on December 7th World War II museums an audio tour of the visitor center exhibit galleries and displays as well as a shuttle boat ride to the USS Arizona Memorial USS Missouri Battleship * Walk in the footsteps of General MacArthur and experience the battleship’s most famous historic mission National Memorial Cemeter Korean & Vietnam War Memorials and Liberty Bell Honolulu City Hall Known as Honolulu Hale (“Building” in Hawaiian) and on the National Register of Historic Places. The site of the chambers of the Mayor of the City & County of Honolulu an""
From $91.00

More Off The Beaten Path in Hawaii (State of)

Off The Beaten Path

Bellows Air Station

Bellows Air Station was established as Waimanalo Military Reservation in 1917. In 1933, the airfield was renamed in honor of World War I hero, 2nd Lt Franklin Barney Bellows. The airfield was...
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'Ohe'o Gulch and theSeven Sacred Pools

For a beautiful and picturesque setting, be sure to see the Seven Sacred Pools at 'Ohe'o Gulch in Southeast Maui. It's about 40 minutes beyond Hana. There are really more than seven pools, and locals...
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deecat
Jun 04, 2005

Gigantic Wind Chimes: The Bamboo Forest

The other side of Maui has a real pristine environment without any congestion or noise. It has stayed this way because of the dangerous 2-lane road leading to Hana. That road remains as it is to keep...
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deecat
Jun 04, 2005

Black Sand Beaches are Rare on Maui

There are only a few beaches on Maui that contain black sand. Black sand is formed as the lava from an active volcano flows into the ocean; the lava is shattered into glassy fragments by rapid...
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deecat
Jun 04, 2005

Waianapanapa: A Maui Black Sand Beach

One of the highlights to our visit to Maui wascave swimming on the black sand beach at Wai'anapanapa State Park. Waianapanapa (in a Hawaiian translation) means "Glistening Water." Allan is really...
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deecat
Jun 04, 2005

Relaxing Afternoon? Go to IAO Valley State Park

The IOA is a valley on the northern part of Maui which was carved out of a volcanic crater by eons of erosion. This natural rock pinnacle presides over the IAO stream. It was once used as a natural...
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deecat
Jun 04, 2005
 
 
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Swim at the Makapu'u Beach

My daughter requested that we should go to a beach where Hawaiian residents swim. What could be the most secluded beach closest to Waikiki? (Other than going to the north side of the island).We drove...
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joiwatani
Jan 02, 2009

Swim with the turtles at Kahalu'u Beach Park

Swim with turtles (it's forbidden to touch them!), trumpet fish, uhu (parrotfish), moorish idols, several types of tang, moray eels, and many, many more, right off the shore of Kahalu'u Beach Park....
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KiNyA
Aug 03, 2003

Discover The Dolphins

Hawaii is home to eight different species of dolphin but the most famous and instantly recognizable are the Pacific bottlenose. Up to ten feet in length, they are easily identifies by their rounded...
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KiNyA
Aug 03, 2003

Above the Waimea Canyon

You can see the rain moving in from the shore and observe the riot of colors. To get to this vantage point, take the road up to the top and park in the last parking lot. Then head out on the trail....
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jessicadf
Oct 07, 2003

See Nā Pali Coast By Boat

...on Kaua‘i.Nâ Pali Coast is one of the most breath-taking sites on Kaua‘i. Whether you hike the Kalalau Trail to be on it, view it from a helicopter tour, or see it from boat, you'll certainly be...
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BlueCollar
Jun 05, 2007

Check out the Banyan Trees

There are so many Banyan trees in Honolulu but the most gorgeous tree so far is found in Punahou Drive. There are also other trees in Waikiki but, because of limited space, the parks department...
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joiwatani
Jan 03, 2009

Pali Lookout

Off the Beaten Path.... Well, maybe for Oahu, it is but still quite a few tourists get up here...Pali Lookout is a nice place to get away from the crowds at Waikiki, though. On a clear day there are...
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kenmerk
Mar 05, 2003

Have You Ever Seen a Mountain's Shadow?

On The Big IslandYou can see Mauna Kea's shadow grow as the sun sets. You will need to travel to the top for this unique sight. Why is this so unique here when there are taller mountains in the world?...
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BlueCollar
Dec 03, 2006

Popular Cities in Hawaii (State of)

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Honolulu

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

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Top Hotels in Hawaii (State of)

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2169 Kalia Rd., Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
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72-100 Ka'upulehu Drive, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, 96740, United States
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2417 Prince Edward Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
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1 Ritz Carlton Drive, Lahaina, Hawaii, 96761, United States
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98 Apapane Rd., Hilo, Hawaii, 96720, United States
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Crater Rim Dr, , Hawaii, 96718, United States
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Top Things to Do in Hawaii (State of)

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Diamond Head

Hiking Diamond Head is one of the great outdoor activities around Honolulu. The hike takes just a few hours and it offers nature, geography, history, an scenic views of the ocean and Honolulu. We...
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Beaches

The Big Island isn't the best island for pristine beaches but the snorkeling is great and I snorkeled every day I was there and very much intend to return and do the same. The best snorkeling spots...
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Beaches

There is so much to and see in and around Waikiki but you can't forget or avoid the beaches. They are right there in your face no matter where you go in Waikiki. And they are beautiful. Nothing...
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Luau

We arrived at Old Lahaina Luau at 5:10 pm and the parking lot was already full. They told us to park at the overflow parking lot at the Cannery Mall across the street but we were able to find some...
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Waterfalls

We took a day to explore the other side. Our first trip to the island we spent the day on the other side with volcanos and walking to see lava . This time we explored botanical gardens and water fall...
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Chain of Craters Road

I drove all the way down to the end (where it was closed by a lava flow) of Chain of Craters Road and I got out and went to see the Holei Sea Arch. It was just a short walk but the surface was VERY...
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Top 5 Hawaii (State of) Writers

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"Hang Loose in Hawaii"
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TropicGirl77

"Hawaiian Islands ~ GO Virtual"
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deecat

"A Month In Paradise"
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Waalewiener

"Hawaii this beautiful place we fell in love with."
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"diver-x's Hawaii Page"
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