See And Do
The 1953 classic has probably the most famous beach scene in film history - Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr's iconic passionate embrace in the crashing surf of Halona Beach Cove.
It’s hardly surprising why directors chose Hawaii as the setting to their screenplays – Hawaii is a picture paradise, where sheer cliffs, lush greenery, and clear waters offer the ultimate backdrop.
Only an hour's drive from Waikiki, the Polynesian Cultural Centre is Hawaii's No.1 paid attraction.
A short drive or bus ride east of Waikiki lies Hanauma Bay Nature Reserve, this special place is only one of three underwater National Parks in the USA.
Located near famous Waikiki Beach, the Sea Life Park Hawaii is a fun day out for all ages. The Park is set in beautiful tropical surroundings and
Maui's whale watching opportunities are legendary, and surpass those offered by the other Hawaiian Islands.
Visitors will be taken on a deluxe transportation tour to key historical locations across Oahu and learn about the special events and the Hawaiian culture...
This scenic 260 mile excursion takes you from enchanting tropical rainforest's to the awe inspiring rim of the massive Kilauea Caldera!
Your visit to the Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor will transport you to the morning of December 7, 1941...
Enjoy a day filled with beauty, legends and the saga of Kaua'i, the "Garden Isle."