11 Days Tour To Hawaii Triptoto
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  • Waikiki Beach

    Waikiki is a beachfront neighborhood of Honolulu, on the south shore of the island of Oʻahu, in Hawaii. Waikiki's most famous for Waikiki Beach, but it is just one of five beaches in the district, the other four being Kuhio Beach, Gray's Beach, Fort DeRussy Beach and Kahanamoku Beach.

  • Honolulu Zoo

  • Waikiki Aquarium

  • Diamond Head State Monument

    Diamond Head State Monument offers breathtaking views overlooking the Pacific Ocean and Honolulu. In fact the view is so good, it was used by the US military as a post for preventing attacks against Honolulu.

    The trail takes you to the edge of a 300,000 year old crater. While the hike isn’t that long in terms of distance, it can be somewhat challenging due to its ascent. Parts of the trail are over uneven rock, and the 99 steps near the end of the hike are steep. Also, the only water fountains are at the beginning of the trail, so you’ll want to bring a water bottle or bottled water to stay hydrated.

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  • Sea Life Park Hawaii

    Kid-friendly park dedicated to sea life offers penguins, sea lion shows & swimming with dolphins. 

  • Lanikai Beach

    Relaxed beach featuring a half-mile white sand beach & calm waters accessible by public paths.

  • Kailua Beach Park

    Clear water, fine sand & accessible facilities make this a popular spot for aquatic activities.

  • Kualoa Ranch & Zipline

    Kualoa is a 4000-acre private nature reserve and working cattle ranch, as well as a popular tourist attraction and filming location on the windward coast of Oʻahu in Hawaiʻi. It is located about 24 miles from Honolulu, and 32 miles from Haleiwa. The ranch consists of 3 valleys: Kaʻaʻawa Valley, Kualoa Valley, and Hakipu'u Valley. The ranch is located on Hawaii State Route 83 between Kaaawa and Waikane.

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  • Banzai Pipeline

    Banzai Pipeline is one of the most famous surf spots in the world for surfers with aspirations of catching big waves and for onlookers wanting a glimpse at the intense power of Mother Nature.

  • Waimea Bay Beach Park

    Popular park to spot dolphins & turtles, along with big waves in winter & calm surf in summer.

  • Haleiwa

    Haleiwa is a North Shore community and census-designated place (CDP) in the Waialua District of the island of Oʻahu. Haleiwa is located on Waialua Bay, the mouth of Anahulu Stream. A small boat harbor is located here, and the shore of the bay is surrounded by Haleʻiwa Beach Park (north side) and Haleʻiwa Aliʻi Beach Park (south side). Further west from the center of town is Kaiaka State Recreation Area on Kiaka Point beside Kaiaka Bay.

    It is the largest commercial center on the North Shore of the island. Its old plantation town character is preserved in many of the buildings, making this a popular destination for tourists and residents alike, visiting surfing and diving sites along the north shore.

  • Ka‘ena Point

    Remote coastal area with a lava shoreline known for scenic, rugged hiking trails & surfing.

  • Magic Island

    Magic Island is a small manmade peninsula in Honolulu, Hawaii, adjacent to Ala Moana Beach Park and the Ala Wai Yacht Harbor. It was created in 1964 as the site of a resort complex, but was subsequently converted to a park. The name was changed to "Aina Moana," but the new name is used infrequently.

    The park on Magic Island is a popular spot where people gather for picnics, frisbee, socializing, and occasional festival or drama performances. Because it was a preferred location among homeless squatters, overnight camping was recently banned in the park.

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  • Atlantis Submarines Waikiki

    Atlantis Submarines is a passenger submarine company. The company currently has 12 submarines and operates undersea tours in Grand Cayman, Barbados, Aruba, Guam, St. Thomas, Cozumel and in Hawaii at Kona, Maui and Oahu.

    In order for passengers to reach the submarine they board a shuttle ferry, then they enter the submarine via steep stairs. When the submarine goes down they see corals, sunken ships, treasures, and fish through large viewports. When the submarine ride is finished the passengers are returned by the ferry to shore where they are given dive certificates. Some 12 million passengers have taken the Atlantis submarine tour to date.

  • Waikiki Beach

    Waikiki is a beachfront neighborhood of Honolulu, on the south shore of the island of Oʻahu, in Hawaii. Waikiki's most famous for Waikiki Beach, but it is just one of five beaches in the district, the other four being Kuhio Beach, Gray's Beach, Fort DeRussy Beach and Kahanamoku Beach.

  • USS Arizona Memorial

  • Battleship Missouri Memorial

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Honolulu Island of Hawai'i (Big Island)
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Honolulu Island of Hawai'i (Big Island)
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  • Honolulu International Airport (HNL)

    This 4,520-acre Hawaiian transportation hub features the world’s first major offshore runway.

  • Kona International Airport (KOA)

    Small hub serving Hawaiian islands & offering regular domestic flights & seasonal global flights. 

  • Dolphin Quest Hawaii

    Treat yourself to tons of dolphin fun in steal-your-heart encounters at DQH in Hilton Waikoloa Village resort’s crystal blue ocean lagoon.

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  • Magic Sands Beach Park (La'Aloa)

    Public park with white sand beach & rocky shoreline, offering lifeguard-overseen swimming & surfing. 

  • Papakōlea Green Sand Beach

    1 of only 4 in the world, this green sand beach provides hiking trails, scenic bay views & swimming. 

  • South Point Cliff Dive

    Diving spot for thrill-seekers, with cliff-side ladders, in a National Historic Landmark District. 

  • Hilo

    Hilo is a town on Hawaii, commonly called the Big Island, in the state of Hawaii. It’s known for Wailuku River State Park, featuring Waianuenue, or Rainbow Falls, with its colorful mist effects. The bubbling basalt-lava rock pools known as the Boiling Pots are nearby. To the south is Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, home to rainforests and the active Kilauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes.

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  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

    Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park displays the results of at least 70 million years of volcanism, migration, and evolution in the Hawaiian Island-Emperor Seamount chain-processes that would thrust a bare land from the sea and clothed it with complex and unique ecosystems and a distinct human culture. Created to preserve the natural setting of Kīlauea and Mauna Loa, the park is also a refuge for the island's native plants and animals and a link to its human past. Park managers and scientists work to protect the resources and promote understanding and appreciation of the park visitors. Research by scientists at the Hawaiian Volcano Observatory makes Kīlauea one of the best understood volcanoes in the world, shedding light on the birth of the Hawaiian Islands and the beginnings of planet Earth. Each eruption is a reminder of the power of natural processes to change the air we breath, the ground we walk on, and the sea that surrounds this volcanic island we call home.

  • Mauna Kea Visitor Information Station

    Tourist Information Center.

  • Mauna Kea

    Mauna Kea, is a dormant volcano on the island of Hawaii. Standing 4,207 m above sea level, its peak is the highest point in the state of Hawaii.

    With its high altitude, dry environment, and stable airflow, Mauna Kea's summit is one of the best sites in the world for astronomical observation. Since the creation of an access road in 1964, thirteen telescopes funded by eleven countries have been constructed at the summit. The Mauna Kea Observatories are used for scientific research across the electromagnetic spectrum from visible light to radio, and comprise the largest such facility in the world.

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Island of Hawai'i (Big Island) Maui
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  • Rainbow Falls

    A rainbow forms most mornings in the mist of this waterfall where, legend has it, a goddess resides.

  • Hilo International Airport (ITO)

    This modest airport serving the east side of Hawaii primarily offers interisland flights.

  • Kahului Airport

    Kahului Airport is the primary airport on the island of Maui and receives both overseas and interisland flights.  On Maui you'll find beautiful beaches, exciting water sports, Haleakala Crater, the old whaling town of Lahaina, blue skies, great dining and the Aloha spirit.  

  • ka'anapali Beach

    Scenic, 3-mile beach with condos, hotels & a boardwalk, plus iconic black cliffs & a retail village.

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  • Pacific Whale Foundation

    Pacific Whale Foundation’s mission is to protect our oceans through science and advocacy.

    Our certified Marine Naturalists provide the most innovative and educational whalewatches in Hawai'i drawing from our 35 years of whale research and conservation. We are proud to be Maui's #1 whalewatch choice providing eco-cruises from Ma'alaea and Lahaina Harbors.

     
     
  • Haleakala National Park

    The Haleakala National Park vibrates with stories of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture and protects the bond between the land and its people. The park also cares for endangered species, some of which exist nowhere else.

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  • Kahului Airport

    Kahului Airport is the primary airport on the island of Maui and receives both overseas and interisland flights.  On Maui you'll find beautiful beaches, exciting water sports, Haleakala Crater, the old whaling town of Lahaina, blue skies, great dining and the Aloha spirit.  

  • Lihue Airport

    This modest airport with gardens offers flights to mainland U.S. cities & between Hawaii's islands.

  • Poipu Beach Park

    Lifeguarded beach with areas for swimming & snorkeling plus picnic pavilions & a comfort station.

  • Kauai Backcountry Adventures

    With our Mountain Tubing and Backcountry Zipline Adventures, you will enjoy exclusive access to over 17,000 scenic acres of former plantation lands in the heart of Kauai. We offer you and your family an unparalleled vacation experience.

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  • Captain Andy's

    Capt. Andy's has been sailing and rafting on the Na Pali and around Kaua'i since 1980. Whether you choose our classic sailing adventures, wet and wild raft expeditions, or one of our 65' Northern & Southern Star sailing yachts, trust that we deliver on our core company values of quality, adventure and fun.