Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
The No.1 attraction in the state of Hawaii, this national park is home to Kīlauea volcano, one of the world’s most active volcanos.
Mauna Kea Observatories
Explore the world's largest astronomical observatory, with telescopes operated by astronomers from eleven countries.
This lookout point offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the black sand beach and azure waters below—it’s well worth the visit.
Enjoy beautiful views of this tropical haven, know as ‘The Valley of The Kings’ as it was once the home of King Kamehameha.
This state park is home to two amazing waterfalls, one of which plunges 442 feet into a stream-eroded gorge below.
Located in Hilo in a beautiful tropical setting, this is one of Hawaii’s most stunning waterfalls. It is named after the rainbows which can be seen in its mist at certain times of day.
Kohala is the oldest of Hawaii’s five volcanos, estimated to be approximately one million years old. It’s unique landscapes and wildlife make it a popular choice for hikers.
Take a tour of this dormant volcano in Kona and discover its dramatic craters, eruptive fissures, lava tubes, spatter ribbon, cinders, Pele's tears, and lava channels.
This dormant volcano is home to world's largest astronomical observatory, with telescopes operated by astronomers from eleven countries.
Gently sloping to more than 4 km above sea level, Mauna Loa is the largest volcano on our planet, covering half of Hawaii Island!
One of the world’s most active volcanos, Kilauea has erupted 61 times since 1823. A visit here is an incredible experience.