Aloha and Welcome to Hawaii's Most Authentic Lu'au and the Largest Polynesian Revue!
Immerse yourself in our culture. Explore our island villages, talk to the natives and experience Polynesia.
Join in the interactive activities and shows in each of our 8 island villages and exhibits. Watch the Rainbows of Paradise canoe pageant on the lush lagoon winding through the grounds. Enjoy the authentic Hawaiian lu'au experience at our award-winning Ali'i Lu'au dinner and show. Experience "Ha Breath of Life", Hawai‘i's newest ancient story with a cast of more than 100 performers.
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If you have ever imagined exploring the beauty of a tropical underwater oasis, then our Molokini snorkel adventure is the ultimate experience for you and yours.
As the most sought-after snorkel excursion on Maui, our Molokini Snorkel Adventure transports you to the mystique of an ancient underwater volcanic caldera. Snorkeling at Molokini crater is truly a unique opportunity, as there are only 3 volcanic calderas including Molokini in the entire world. In this offshore, sheltered crater sanctuary, you experience clear, sparkling waters that only Molokini can provide, often boasting unlimite. . .
The visitor center campus has a wide variety of amenities for visitors. Located within the facility are: two movie theaters, a museum, a bookstore and gift shop, restrooms, limited snack bar, public telephones, and exhibits outlining the Pearl Harbor attack.
When visitors arrive, they are asked to pick up a timed ticket, which provides free admission to the memorial tour. Free tickets are distributed on a first-come, first-served basis at the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park. While waiting for the program to begin, many visitors tour the visitor center and its shoreline exhibits includi. . .
The most popular destination on the Big Island, Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park displays the results of 70 million years of volcanism, migration, and evolution -- processes that thrust a bare land from the sea and clothed it with unique ecosystems, and a distinct human culture. The park highlights two of the world's most active volcanoes, and offers insights on the birth of the Hawaiian Islands and views of dramatic volcanic landscapes.
Created to preserve the natural setting of Kilauea and Mauna Loa, the park is also a refuge for the islands native plants and animals and a link to its huma. . .
A Hawaiian national treasure and the only official state residence of royalty in the United States, `Iolani Palace was the official residence of the Hawaiian Kingdom's last two monarchs--King Kalakaua, who built the Palace in 1882, and his sister and successor, Queen Lili`uokalani.
During the monarchy period, the Palace was the center of social and political activity in the Kingdom of Hawai`i. Though the grandeur of the Palace was neglected after the overthrow of the monarchy, restoration and preservation that began through the efforts of concerned individuals continues. Today, visitors can. . .
Waimea Canyon, on Kauai's west side, is more than 3,000 feet deep and provides stunning panoramic views of crested buttes, rugged crags, and deep valley gorges. The grand inland vistas go on for miles, which is why Waimea is nicknamed "The Grand Canyon of the Pacific."
The main road, Waimea Canyon Drive, leads you to several lookout points, offering breathtaking views of Kauai's dramatic interior. The road continues into the mountains and ends at Kokee State Park. There are numerous trails to traverse for beginners and seasoned hikers. You can pick up trail maps at the Ranger's Station, lo. . .
The sensation of striking a dew-kissed drive into the morning Kapalua Resort sun is, to the avid golfer, discovering golf nirvana. Recognized as #1 in Hawaii for Best Golf Resort by Travel + Leisure Golf Magazine, Kapalua Resort's two 18-hole championship golf courses - The Bay and The Plantation - are nothing short of divine. The Plantation Course perennially hosts the PGA TOUR's season opening SBS Championship.
Adding to the allure is the Kapalua Golf Academy, a state-of-the-art instructional facility unparalleled in Hawaii. Players can learn the basics or hone their skills when learning. . .
From Kamehameha the Great to Elvis Presley, discover the rich history of Waikiki from swampy farmlands to royal playground and how it became one of the most famous destinations in the world.
In early Hawaii, Waikiki was a much larger area than the 1.5 square miles it encompasses today. Old Waikiki, much of it swampland, included the neighboring valleys of Manoa and Palolo. Translated, Waikiki means "spouting water," a reference to the rivers and springs that richly flowed into the area.
In the mid to late 1800s, Waikiki served as a vacation retreat for the kingdom's royalty. Kamehameha . . .
Choose from the world's finest aerial tours, offered at fares that give your maximum vacation value, by the world's most honored helictoper tour company.
In the expert judgement of the FAA, Blue Hawaiian is Hawaii's #1 helicopter tour company. Blue Hawaiian has received the FAA's coveted “Certificate of Excellence, Diamond Award” every year since 1998. No other helicopter tour company in Hawaii has ever received this critical recognition. Blue Hawaiian was honored by the FAA for a record 12th straight year in January, 2009, at a ceremony in Honolulu, and the FAA further honored Blue Hawaiia. . .