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South of rural Hana Town, the famous Hana Highway turns into Piilani Highway at Kalepa Bridge. Piilani Highway, also known as the "back road to Hana", stretches across Maui's dry, rocky southern landscape, from upcountry Ulupalakua to remote off-the-grid communities like Kipahulu. This largely unpaved, crooked road features some of the most stunning natural landscapes on Maui.
Father Damien Churches
Father Damien Churches are some of the oldest structures on Molokai. Located throughout the island, this church in particular was built in 1876 and is formerly known as St. Joseph's Church. It is the second oldest of the Father Damien Churches, and is still open for worship. The Purdy Macadamia Nut Plantation
Visit the Purdy Macadamia Nut Plantation and take a step back into old Hawaii. Experience a taste of what it was like living in the plantation days of the Aloha State. View more Hawaii Tour Stops
Hawaii State Art Museum
The Hawaii State Art Museum is free and open to the public. HiSAM offers a unique collection of Hawaiiana artwork, including paintings, sculpture, 3-D art, pottery, and more. HiSAM features a permanent collection with rotating exhibits of work by acclaimed Hawaii artists. US Army Museum of Hawaii
With Pearl Harbor as the top attraction on Oahu, the island’s next best place to discover Hawaii and American military history is at the US Army Museum of Hawaii. Plus, admission is free! Fort DeRussy
There are five Fort DeRussy locations in the United States, but let’s look at Fort DeRussy Hawaii, located at the west end of Waikiki Beach near the Hale Koa Hotel. View more Hawaii Museums
One of the most dominant geological features on the island of Oahu, the Ko’olau Mountains span from the very tip of South Shore Oahu to the island’s North Shore Beaches. Mauna Loa
Meaning "Long Mountain" in Hawaiian, the summit of Mauna Loa lies within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and it is the tallest active volcano in Hawaii. Mauna Kea
Mauna Kea, or "White Mountain" in english, is the tallest of the 5 volcanoes on Hawaii's Big Island. It is no longer active unlike nearby Mount Kilauea which has been erupting continuously since 1983. View more Hawaii Natural Wonders
USS Oklahoma Memorial
Honoring the fallen battleship, the USS Oklahoma Memorial is one of several popular Pearl Harbor museums and memorials. USS Missouri Battleship
The greatest war vessel in United States history, the USS Missouri Battleship's career began with World War II and covered more than 50 years. USS Arizona Memorial
Standing to honor the heroes of World War II and December 7, 1941, the USS Arizona Memorial is the centerpiece of Pearl Harbor's museums and memorials. View more Hawaii Pearl Harbor
Kuhio Beach Park
At the center of Waikiki, Kuhio Beach Park is the heart and soul of Waikiki Beach's historic past. Na Pali Coast
The Na Pali Coast is famous for being one of the most beautiful stretches of coast in all of Hawaii. Seep valleys and secluded beaches make this part of Kauai the hidden Hawaii many people dream of. Kailua-Beach Park
With gentle waves, ample shade and parking, Kailua Beach Park is a great place for the whole family to have a fun day at the beach. View more Hawaii Beaches
Kalepa Bridge marks the end of the Hana Highway (Route 360) and the beginning of Piilani Highway (Route 31), otherwise known as the "back road to Hana". Kalakaua Avenue
Kalakaua Avenue is the main street running through Waikiki and is one of the busiest parts of the island. The Duke Statue
Standing tall and spreading the Aloha Spirit at Waikiki Beach is the Statue of Duke Kahanamoku. Make sure to take your picture with him! View more Hawaii Landmarks
Tucked into the leeward slopes of the Ko’olau Mountains is the majestic Manoa Falls. Waimea Falls
As the highlight of Waimea Valley, Waimea Falls offers the amazing experience of swimming at a Hawaiian waterfall. Wailua Falls
Cascading over 200 feet into a beautiful tropical pond is Maui's majestic Wailua Falls. View more Hawaii Waterfalls
Located in the heart of Oahu's idyllic countryside is the magnificent Kahana Valley. Just north of Kualoa Ranch and Ka'a'awa Valley, Kahana Valley is actually a state park dedicated to embracing and teaching Hawaiian culture. Sea Life Park
Sea Life Park features interactive exhibits that allow visitors to interact with Hawaii marine life, including swimming with dolphins, sea lions, sharks, and rays. Kuhio Beach Park
At the center of Waikiki, Kuhio Beach Park is the heart and soul of Waikiki Beach's historic past. View more Hawaii Parks
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