Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
The Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, situated on Big Island, is one of the most visited spot in the entire state of Hawaii. It has trails for hiking, beautiful sights to photograph, and two record holding volcanoes.
Kilauea National Wildlife Refuge
In a comfortable 203 acres of land on the North shore of Kilauea, the Kilauea National wildlife refuge is the place to go when you want to see and learn about Hawaii’s exotic wildlife.
The Molokini Island is widely known for having the clearest waters in Hawaii, and offers from 80 to 200 feet of crystal clear waters. This also makes Molokini the location for Hawaii’s best and most beautiful snorkeling.
Mark Twain once called this beautiful canyon in Koke’s State Park the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific”. Over 3,600 feet depth, a mile wide, and 10 miles long, this canyon is both inspiring and stunning in its mass and beauty.
Gardens of Kauai
The island of Kauai, known as the garden island, will leave you breathless from the moment you set eyes on it.
Haleakala is not only one of the largest mountains in the world, but it is also a massive dormant volcano. Seen from miles away, Haleakala is hard to miss, and even harder to look away from.
Polynesian Cultural Center