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The United States is home to a wide variety of breathtaking regions. From the Grand Canyon to the Florida Everglades, the Rocky Mountains to the Great Plains, this country’s inspiring landscapes have sparked wanderlust in generation upon generation of travelers. Rich in both cultural heritage and natural beauty, the United States presents visitors with endless travel opportunities to explore and discover the heart of a still young, complex and creative society. Comprised of 50 different states, few are more beautiful than what is affectionately known as the Aloha State: Hawaii. Considered to be one of the world’s most enchanting destinations, Hawaii is the place where the natural easy-going and friendly vibe of the locals combines with some of the most spectacular landscapes ever produced by Mother Nature. Known for its world-famous luaus, stunning vistas and awe-inspiring volcanic formations, the Aloha State provides visitors with a fascinating encounter with both culture and nature. Gaze at the stars from the summit of Mauna Kea Mountain or pay a visit to the solemn memorial dedicated to those who lost their lives at Pearl Harbor; go whale-watching off the coast of Maui or snorkeling at Molokini; catch a wave at the North Shore or observe the world’s most active volcano, Kilauea, on Big Island. Whatever activity or island you choose, one thing is certain: Hawaii captivates and inspires like no other place on Earth. Visitors inevitably fall in love with the island charm and unrivaled diversity of exciting activities for the entire family. Take your next vacation to the Aloha State. You won’t regret it.

Most Popular Excursions

Hit the warm Polynesian water with a Maui sailing and snorkeling tour that will get you within reach of scores of tropical fish, sea turtles, and Hawaii’s state fish, Humuhumunukunukuapua’a (also known as reef triggerfish). You will sail the ocean on a catamaran to see some of Maui’s best snorkeling sites. And, in the winter, you could even spot migrating humpback whales!

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Twilight Volcano Adventure (Hawaii Island)

Have you ever witnessed the glow of hot, flowing lava from a live volcano? This once-in-a-lifetime opportunity is yours on a twilight Kilauea volcano adventure in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Traverse caves, forests, natural phenomena and see active volcanoes. From the Saddle to Hilo and Paona this journey will allow you to reconnect with nature.

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Island Breeze Luau (Hawaii Island)

Watch the royal court arrive by outrigger canoe to welcome you to the island breeze luau Hawaii overlooking Kamakahonu Bay. As you feast on kalua pork, just-caught fish and fresh fruits from the island, you will take in Polynesian culture through dance, music and costume as you sit beneath the stars at the king’s former estate in Kailua-Kona.

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Grand Circle Island Tour (Hawaii Island)

This scenic 260 mile excursion takes you from enchanting tropical rainforests to the awe inspiring rim of the massive Kilauea Caldera!

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You do not need a lot of time to see the awe-inspiring island of Maui. Instead, soar above the West Maui Mountains from a perch in a helicopter for a 30- to 35-minute excursion that showcases the scenery and distant views of Molokai Island from the seat in the house.

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Big Island Volcano Deluxe (Hawaii Island)

Watch the fiery orange glow of molten lava travel slowly along the black landscape of Volcanoes National Park to the sea. Kilauea, the Big Island’s active volcano, still spews lava and you can witness one of the most unique world phenomena with a nearly two-hour helicopter tour Big Island Hawaii.

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Take in the majesty of Hawaii’s island of Kauai from its shores, witnessing a dramatic sunset as the island’s volcanic coastline takes on new colors and life, with a Na Pali sunset cruise. Your evening outing aboard a catamaran will leave you speechless, and with a camera filled with beautiful images in which to remember your trip.

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There are more ways than one to see the best of Oahu. You can hop inside a helicopter for an exciting flight above the entire South Shore of the island, taking in breathtaking views of the beaches, Diamond Head, Honolulu and more!

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You do not have to head back to Honolulu to enjoy a traditional Hawaiian luau. Instead, stay on the 12 oceanfront acres of Ko Olina’s Hawaiian Village and take in the award-winning Paradise Cove Luau Oahu, featuring Hawaiian and Polynesian culture showcased in song and dance as the sun sets in the ocean.

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Sail from the coast of Waikiki and visit coral reefs to swim with green sea turtles. In the winter, spot humpback whales migrating in the warm waters, and watch for playful dolphins swimming in the wake of your catamaran on a mid-morning Oahu snorkel adventure that includes an all-you-can-eat lunch.

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Who can say they went swimming in an ancient volcano? Not many! But you can if you join this Molokini snorkel cruise tour. Visiting a sunken volcano that is home to hundreds of species of fish, you will not only swim in one of the most unique settings, but witness some of Hawaii’s most abundant marine life.

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You could spend hours driving the Road to Hana to take in Maui’s waterfalls, volcano and rainforests. Or, you could see it all with an hour-long Maui Circle Island Deluxe Helicopter tour. Your adventure will have you soaring above Hana, Haleakala and West Maui’s rainforests, valleys, waterfalls, volcano, coastline and harbor towns, and leave you breathless!

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What is better than an all-you-can-eat seafood and steak dinner? An all-you-can-eat dinner on a yacht as the sun sets in Hawaii! Join this sunset cruise in Oahu, and you’ll eat your weight in crab and sirloin while watching a breathtaking sunset and a Hawaiian dinner show that illustrates 60 years of Aloha.

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See the best of the island of Oahu in one full-day experience that will leave you breathless. Bring your cameras, as you will circle the tropical paradise to visit its most scenic and iconic landscapes, from Diamond Head to the North Shore to Hanauma Bay to the Ko’olau Mountains on a Kualoa Ranch, Dole Plantation tour Oahu.

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When visiting the island of Oahu, paying tribute to those who fell on that fateful December 7, 1941 is a must-do, and this Pearl Harbor Hawaii, USS Arizona Memorial and Punchbowl Cemetery tour will guide you through history.

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Alii Luau (Oahu)

Visit the Polynesian Cultural Center in Laie, Hawaii, on the island of Oahu, to join its nightly and world-famous Ali’I Luau. Showcasing Hawaiian and Polynesian heritage through dance, song, and food, you will experience the sights and sounds of the island on your Hawaii getaway, while uncovering the cultural riches of other Polynesian islands.

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December 7, 1941, was a dark day in U.S. history, when the country was attacked on Oahu’s Pearl Harbor. It is nearly an impossible task not to visit the memorials found at Pearl Harbor during your vacation to Honolulu. This discovery trip will take you to the Pacific Aviation Museum, the Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor Visitors Center.

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Feast At Lele (Maui)

Lele, the original name for Lahaina, was the beach and home of the royal family of Maui. Let the spirits of the original family surround you as you embark on a musical and culinary journey of the island, as well as Tahiti, Samoa and Aotearoa, with a feast at lele luau experience.

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Hollywood has often found the beauty of Hawaii so awe-inspiring, it has used its islands as a setting for some of the greatest hits on the big screen. You will see the places immortalized on film visiting most of the famous movie locations, one of the top things to do in Kauai!

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Kauai’s main beauty lies in being less developed than other Hawaiian islands, providing you with a chance to explore a tropical Polynesian landscape. One of the most popular ways to explore the authenticity of Kauai is with an excursion along the Wailua River to the Secret Falls for an incredible kayak and hike tour.

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Take in the scenic island of Oahu from a bird’s-eye perspective with a helicopter ride. The Blue Skies of Oahu helicopter tour will give you a unique look at the island’s hidden rainforests, valleys, waterfalls and coastline, as well as offer sweeping views of Pearl Harbor and Diamond Head volcano.

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Get away from the crowds in Waikiki and enjoy a traditional backyard barbecue on the beach in West Oahu. Germaine’s Luau Oahu will give you a taste of Old Hawaii with an all-you-can-eat buffet luau, as well as a journey through the islands of Hawaii, Samoa, Fiji, New Zealand and Tahiti through colorful and exciting song and dance.

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Explore the rich, tropical “Garden Isle” or Kauai in less than an hour with a helicopter excursion showcasing the best landscape found in the Hawaiian Islands. Travel along the Napali Coast, fly over the deep Waimea Canyon, and take in towering water falls, all from a comfortable, bird’s eye view.

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Glass Bottom Boat Adventure (Hawaii Island)

Watch giant green sea turtles and scores of brightly hued fish swimming in and out of the nooks of a coral reef, without stepping foot into the water! You can see it all from the comfortable perch of a glass-bottomed boat, exploring Hawaii’s shallow and popular A’Bay off of Waikoloa Beach.

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Why spend hours circling East Maui on the Road to Hana when you can see it all from the sky aboard a small-passenger helicopter in less than an hour? You will have a bird’s-eye perspective of the lush, Eucalyptus forests, cascading waterfalls, rugged shoreline and the expansive Haleakala volcano crater on the Hana Haleakala helicopter tour of Maui.

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