Formed tens of thousands of years ago by a volcanic cinder cone during Oahus later eruptions, Mount Tantalus boasts some of the best views on the island of Diamond Head Crater and Downtown Honolulu.
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.
Kalakaua Avenue is the main street running through Waikiki and is one of the busiest parts of the island.
Nahiku Road is a scenic lookout point on the famous Road to Hana, offering breathtaking views of Honolulunui Bay.
Historic, picturesque and inspiring all-in-one, the Tunnel of Trees on Kauai leads the way along Highway 520 to Poipu Beach.
Maui’s famous Hana Highway features 600 curves and 50 one lane bridges. Also known as the Road to Hana, this scenic highway is one of Maui’s most famous attractions.
Historic Banyan Drive on the Big Island is located in Hilo Town, Hawaii. The street is lined with banyan trees planted by celebrities, including Babe Ruth and Franklin Roosevelt.