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If there’s one thing that you’ll notice while on vacation in Hawaii, it’s the amazing scenery. The views are quite breathtaking anywhere on the islands. At one point you might find yourself saying “Why do I feel like I’ve been here before?” Well, that’s probably because you’ve seen that very location in one of the many movies filmed in Hawaii.
The list of influential women in history is large, so let’s take a moment to acknowledge some of the standout women in Hawaiian History. Through art, education, science and politics, these women have contributed to the story of our wonderful 50th state.
Featuring a number of museums, memorials, and exhibits, Pearl Harbor is the number one destination for Hawaii vacationers. Now officially called the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument, it is a place for solemn reflection and learning. Here is some information on the highlights what to see at Pearl Harbor.
Hawaii has some of the clearest water on Earth. Dive in and discover the hidden marvels that lie beneath the waves!
There’s no better way to show your love for mom than to head for a sunny beach and spend a memorable Mothers Day in Hawaii! Like all holidays, it’s just a little more special when you add a bit of aloha spirit.
Discover Hawaii Tours is proud to announce the return of our Pearl Harbor Tour from Kapalua! Our popular “Battleships of World War II Tour” from Maui just got even more exciting and convenient. Check out how you can take your Maui vacation to the next level with our latest tour!
Oahu is home to one of the most significant and treasured pieces of American history, the USS Arizona Memorial. With more than a million visitors a year showing their somber respect to the gallant men entombed in her broken hull, a visit to the USS Arizona Memorial is one of the most popular things to do in Hawaii.
One of the most spectacular seasons here in paradise is coming to a close. Every year Humpback whales swim to Hawaii’s warm tropical waters to give birth and nurse their young. Leaving around April every year, the chance to go whale watching in Hawaii is ending soon!