Hawaii

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Maui
8 reviews
This midsize aquarium showcases Hawaii’s dazzling marine life, including many species found nowhere else. — Lonely Planet
9
Oahu
11 reviews
A National Historic Landmark, this gorgeous royal estate blends Italianate and Polynesian styles, a singular mashup referred to as American Florentine. — Condé Nast Traveler
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Island of Hawaii
6 reviews
The huge, centuries-old temples... lie in ruins at this ancient historical site, sacred to native Hawaiians. — Travel + Leisure
9
Island of Hawaii
6 reviews
Since the latest eruption began in 1983, Kilauea Volcano has been adding new land to the Big Island rather steadily. — Fodor's
8
Island of Hawaii
7 reviews
An easy, meandering 10-minute loop trail... takes you to the best spots to see the spectacular cascades of Akaka. — Fodor's
8
Maui
7 reviews
Hiking into Maui’s dormant volcano is the best way to see it. The terrain inside the wilderness area of the volcano... is astonishing. — Frommer's
8
Island of Hawaii
4 reviews
Quite simply, this is one of the most historic sites in all of Hawaii. — Fodor's
8
Kauai
5 reviews
Bird watching at its finest. Take this opportunity to view red-footed boobies, Laysan albatrosses, wedge-tailed shearwaters, and other seabirds in their natural habitat. — Where
8
Maui
5 reviews
Visiting the famous “Black Sand Beach” is a highlight of any Hana itinerary, and campers who stay at this state-run campground have it right in their backyard — Travel + Leisure
8
Kauai
5 reviews
The Kauai Museum is houses a permanent collection of photographs and various Hawaiian artifacts. The museum gift shop has beautiful works of Hawaiian art. — Where
8
Lanai
5 reviews
Multihued rocks and earth, with a palette from amber to rust to sienna, are stunning. — Lonely Planet
8
Oahu
6 reviews
Even if you do not have kids, this is a must-see on your vacation. — Frommer's
8
Kauai
3 reviews
On the North Shore. — Lonely Planet
8
Lanai
3 reviews
This palm-fringed, gold-sand beach is bordered by black-lava fingers, protecting swimmers from ocean currents. In summer, Hulopoe is perfect for swimming, snorkeling, or just lolling about. — Frommer's
8
Island of Hawaii
5 reviews
More than 2,000 species of tropical plants thrive in this little-known Eden by the sea. — Frommer's
8
Kauai
5 reviews
Out on Kauai’s far North Shore... there’s a mighty cleft in the coastal range where ancestral Hawaiians lived in what can only be called paradise. — Frommer's
8
Kauai
3 reviews
A perennial “best beach” winner, the long swath of Poipu is actually two beaches in one, divided by a tombolo, or sandbar point. — Frommer's
8
Kauai
5 reviews
The 252-acre McBryde Garden has the world's largest collection of native Hawaiian flora, plus other rare Pacific species — Michelin Guide
8
Oahu
5 reviews
Nestled in the lush Waimea Valley on Oahu's north shore, it offers a peaceful escape from the concrete jungle and never-ending action of Honolulu and Waikiki Beach — Michelin Guide
8
Oahu
4 reviews
Picture paradise: a white, sandy beach fringed with palm trees and fragrant tropical plants, licked by crystal-clear, aqua-blue surf. — Michelin Guide
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