Hawaii Attractions

Page: Previous | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | Next

Hualalai Volcano

Hualalai is massive, and yet it’s unknown. For all of its size and volcanic grandeur—gradually rising behind the town of Kona and fading into the clouds—this ...  Read more

Iao Valley

4 star rating: Recommended 96 Reviews

The iconic rock pinnacle known as the Iao Needle is the focus of Maui’s Iao Valley State Park. Rising 2,250 feet (675 meters) into the air, the unusual ...  Read more

Isaac Hale Beach Park

This rocky beach at Pohoiki Bay is a popular surf location and a favorite spot with locals. Weekends often mean crowds, so if you’re looking for peace and ...  Read more

Island Breeze Luau

4.5 star rating: Recommended 34 Reviews

There are a lot of luaus in the Hawaiian Islands, but there is only one where the royal court arrives in an outrigger canoe. On the grounds of Kona’s Island ...  Read more


5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Hawaii’s first planned resort town, Ka'anapali is a consistent favorite with visitors, with numerous hotels and condominium complexes sharing the prime ...  Read more

Kahua Ranch

Before there was coffee, and before there were tourists, ranching and cattle dominated the slopes of the Big Island’s ancient volcanoes. Hawaiian cowboys ...  Read more


The town of Kahului on Maui is often just the starting point for vacations on the island, but if you've got a bit of spare time there are some good reasons to ...  Read more

Kailua Beach Park

4.5 star rating: Recommended 29 Reviews

Thanks to its ample parking, family-friendly atmosphere, and postcard-worthy shoreline, Kailua Beach Park is often regarded as one of Oahu’s nicest beaches. ...  Read more


More than anything else, the town of Kalapana is a town that was, not a town that is. It is a sad, black, graveyard of homes where dreams, memories and ...  Read more

Kalaupapa National Historical Park

Just off Maui’s shore on the island of Molokai, Kalaupapa National Historic Park is the former site of two leper colonies. People living with Hansen’s disease ...  Read more

Kaloko Honokohau National Historical Park

It’s easy to look at the Kona coastline and wonder how Hawaiians survived. Barren, dry, and covered in black lava, this desolate terrain appears inhospitable ...  Read more

Kaneohe Bay

The best stretch of sand in Kaneohe Bay is out on the middle of the sea. That’s where the sandbar, or “Sunken Island” emerges during low tide, and its sugary ...  Read more


Situated on Maui’s northern tip past the sweltering shores of Lahaina, Kapalua is a luxurious enclave of beaches, golf, tennis and resorts. The signature ...  Read more


Much like the neighboring town of Hawi, Kapa‘au is a town in North Kohala that is experiencing an artistic resurgence. Eccentric artisans and shabby chic ...  Read more

Kapiolani Park

Even as early 1877, the Hawaiian Royalty recognized the need for preserving open space. With the city of Honolulu rapidly growing, King David Kalakaua—the ...  Read more

Page: Previous | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | Next

Viator uses cookies to improve your experience on our website. Learn more about how we use cookies and how to change your cookie settings | Close message