|1||Haleakalacrater Park||Maui||Visit the magical Island of Maui, and feel the power of the 10,023-ft dormant Mt. Haleakala all around you! When on the Valley Isle, visitors must seek out an adventure to Haleakala for a sunrise or a sunset, guided activities, hiking and camping trips.|
|2||Road to Hana||Maui||When traveling down the Road to Hana, we suggest to stops in Twin Falls (mile marker 2) for a light hike to a waterfall and a refreshing smoothie or fresh coconut.|
|3||Kona Coffee Farms||Big Island||Whether you’re a coffee lover or not, definitely take the time to visit at least one coffee farm while you are on the Big Island. There are hundreds of coffee farms in Kona, so choose a few, and tour them throughout a day like on a wine tasting adventure! See coffee farms and mills and learn how the beans are processed.|
|4||Lava Flow||Big Island||Experience ‘Old Hawai’i’ while venturing to the Big Island’s powerful volcanic landscape, witnessing its ecological dominance firsthand.|
|5||Pearl Harbor||Oahu||The USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor in Honolulu is the #1 Visitor Destination in the Hawaiian Islands.|
|6||North Shore||Oahu||The North Shore is most well-renowned for its larger than life waves during the Winter, breathtaking coastlines, and for attracting surfers from all around the globe. Famous North Shore surf-spots include Waimea Bay, Sunset Beach, and Banzai Pipeline (Ehukai Beach).|
|7||Waikiki||Oahu||When in Waikiki, take surf or stand up paddle lessons at Waikiki Beach, check out the Duke Kahanamoku statue, visit the Honolulu Zoo and the Waikiki Aquarium, walk through the international marketplace for gifts, souvenirs, and a chance to taste some local fare.|
|8||Wilderness Park||Kauai||The Na Pali Coastline on Kauai is without a doubt one of the most beautiful places on earth. This coastal region isn’t just one of the best places to visit in Hawaii, but it is also super rich in Hawaiian cultural history.|
|9||Historical Park||Moloka'i||The mission of this historic Hawaii park is to “provide a well-maintained community that ensures that the present patient-residents of the Kalaupapa Settlement may live out their lives peacefully and comfortably.”|
|10||Sweetheart Rock||Lana'i||On Lana’i, guests should definitely explore Keahiakawelo, also known as the Garden of the Gods.Other places of interest on Lana’i include Sweetheart Rock and Puu Pehe Beach (a perfect place for a romantic outing with views), snorkeling and scuba diving at Hulopoe Bay.|
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