Enjoy the vacation of a lifetime and take in the most famous sites in Hawaii with Discover Hawaii Tours. Join us on one of our exciting Hawaii sightseeing tours, to the must-see sites on Oahu, Maui, Big Island, and Kauai. Visit beaches made famous by surf legends, lush tropical rainforests, historic sites, and even an active volcano. The sites are endless, and sightseeing in Hawaii is an experience like no other!
Discover Hawaii Tours: Sightseeing in Hawaii
Hawaii offers a natural beauty unlike any other, and what better way to enjoy the diversity of the islands than with a Hawaii sightseeing tour? The unique landscapes of the islands takes you through rainforests, volcanoes, canyons, and, of course, the best beaches in the world!
No matter which island you are staying on, there is so much to see. From Kauai’s Waimea Canyon, to Maui’s Hana Highway, the sites are perfect for picture opportunities, and help to create lasting memories from your trip to Hawaii. Sightseeing in Hawaii is a perfect way to experience more of Hawaii, and you might even discover a new beach that you never thought of visiting!
The most complete Hawaii sightseeing tours let you experience Hawaii outside of a tour bus. With more stops than you can count, the sightseeing tours offered by Discover Hawaii Tours show you the Hawaii you’ve only seen in pictures and postcards.
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Hawaii Sightseeing Attractions
North Shore Beaches
The most famous stretch of surf beaches in Hawaii, Oahu’s North Shore features huge surf in the winter months, and calm waters in the summer months, perfect for swimming and snorkeling.
Mt. Kilauea – Big Island
One of the volcanoes that makes up the Big Island is Mt. Kilauea. Erupting continuously since January 3, 1983, Mt. Kilauea adds to the size of the Big Island each and every day.
Wai’anapanapa Black Sand Beach
Located along the Hana Highway, Wai’anapanapa Black Sand Beach is one of the most popular beaches on Maui, and is one of the island’s most famous black sand beaches.
Known as the ‘Grand Canyon of the Pacific’, Kauai’s Waimea Canyon stretches nearly 10 miles in length, and features countless waterfalls.