Where the history of both ancient Hawaii and the days of the monarchy come alive.
Swim in the clear waters of this pristine marine ecosystem or snorkel around the preserved coral reefs.
This famous surf school guarantees to have everyone surfing within two hours.
Visit mom and pop eateries in Oahu and get a taste of the culinary world of North Shore.
Go shark cage diving in the North Shore of Hawaii.
The zoo in Queen Kapiʻolani Park is home to 1,230 animals.
Iolani Palace is the only royal palace in the United States.
This beautiful stretch of white-sand beach is a mecca for windsurfing, parasailing, kayaking and swimming thanks to the constant trade winds and many ocean equipment renting companies nearby.
It's no wonder that Lanikai Beach translates to "heavenly sea."
We love that this beach is a world away from the Waikiki tourist scene.
The historic site includes three restored houses, two of which are the oldest houses in Hawaii.
Hawaii's premier grower of salad greens, along with delicate microgreens, herbs and esoteric produce such as Okinawan spinach.
Dive into the waters of Hawaii for a shark cage snorkel adventure.
This aviation museum on Ford Island showcases air crafts during the time of Pearl Harbor.
Opened in 1992, the Palmer Course at Turtle Bay Resort is lauded not only as the best course on Oahu, but the finest to be found on all the islands.