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Attractions and Things to Do with Vacation Hawaii by Extra Holidays

  1. Activities
  2. Honolulu
  3. Kailua-Kona
  4. Kauai

  • Swimming
  • Surfing
  • Paddle Boarding
  • Snorkeling
  • SCUBA Diving
  • Beach Combing
  • Picnic Spots
  • Wind Surfing
  • Body Surfing
  • Parasailing
  • Kayaking
  • Fishing
  • Sunset Cruises
  • Whale Watching
  • Golfing
  • Volleyball
  • Tennis
  • Basketball
  • Hiking
  • Mountain Climbing
  • Rock Climbing
  • Biking
  • Horseback Riding
  • Geocaching
  • Cave Exploring
  • Waterfalls

  • Freshwater Springs
  • Mountain Drives
  • Lighthouses
  • Luaus
  • Theatrical, Native, Entertainment Shows
  • Cattle Ranches
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Coffee Plantation Tours
  • Helicopter Tours
  • Historic Tours
  • Military Tours
  • Hawaiian Royalty Tours
  • Cultural Exhibits
  • Museums
  • Art Galleries
  • Arts and Crafts Shows
  • Shopping
  • Zoos
  • Aquatic Animal Experiences
  • Volcano Sightings
  • Hawaiian Dining Experiences
  • Fine Dining Restaurants
  • Spas
  • Yoga

-Waikiki Beach
The quintessential Hawaiian beach, Waikiki covers two miles along the Oahu coast, perfect for surfing, paddle boarding, and snorkeling.

-Diamond Head
Take Diamond Head trail to the summit of Oahu's volcanic crater with views of Waikiki Beach and Honolulu.

-Pearl Harbor
National Historic Landmark with tributes to lives lost and famous ships attacked at Pearl Harbor.

-North Shore
Home of the Triple Crown of Surfing, this coastal area of Oahu in known worldwide for its massive waves.

-Aloha Stadium Swap Meet
Hawaii's largest open-air flea market for discount deals to one-of-a-kind finds.

-Manoa Falls
Breathtaking waterfalls only a short rainforest hike to the bottom of the Ko'oaus Mountains.

-Foster Botanical Garden
Comprised of six different sections including a huge variety of orchid species, primitive plants, and "exceptional trees."

-Hanauma Bay Nature Park
Protected marine life conservation area and underwater park for snorkeling with marine life.

-Honolulu Zoo
Fun variety of mammals, birds, reptiles and native tropical species.

-Iolani Palace
Formerly the official royal residence, this restored National Historic Landmark is a glorious museum.

-Kapiolani Park
A 500-acre park including Diamond Head, Kodak Hula Show, Honolulu Zoo, and Waikiki Shell for concerts and shows.

-Mission Houses Museum
An educational National Historic Landmark honoring Hawaii's 40-year missionary period.

-USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park
Immerse yourself in submarine history in this unique display.

-Hawaii Children's Discovery Center
Fun interactive displays for children in four major galleries.

-Polynesian Cultural Center
Family activities, shows, and exhibits involving the diverse native Hawaiian population.

-Sea Life Park/Dolphin Discovery
Completely interactive marine life entertainment and educational attractions including swimming with dolphins and rays and playing with sea lions.

-Cirque Hawaii
World renown theatrical entertainment and sensory extravaganza with aerialists, clowns, contortionists, and more.

-Kualoa Ranch
Tours and events are held at this preserved naturally beautiful land and cultural area.
-Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
The must-see home to two of the world's most active volcanoes with hiking trails, petro-glyphs, and a walk-in lava tube.

-Kona Cloud Forest Sanctuary
Explore this 70-acre sanctuary of more than 100 varieties of bamboo along with countless other exotic trees.

-Whale Watching
Catch a magical glimpse of a humpback whale from a hillside observation deck or on a whale-watching cruise.

-Kahaluu Bay Beach Park
A coral bay just right for snorkeling, swimming, and enjoying the freshwater spring.

-Kamuela Museum
Perfect place for the most eclectic Hawaiian history lesson, highlighted by royal furniture.

-Royal Kona Coffee Mill and Museum
Learn the history of sought-after Kona coffee amid the 150-year old process.

-Mokuaikaua Church
This oldest church in Hawaii was founded by missionaries and tells a fascinating story.

-Mauna Kea Summit
This dormant volcano is the highest summit in Hawaii serving an amazing sight amid cloudscapes.

-Rainbow Falls
The perfect tropical setting of spectacular falls into a turquoise pool amid exotic foliage with a mythological background.

-Waipi'o Valley Lookout
Unbelievable views of Waipi'o Valley taro farms and black sand beaches flanked by steep cliffs and waterfalls.

-Hulihee Palace Museum
An original royal retreat built using lava rock and now preserved as a Hawaiian museum.

-Kaloko-Honokohau National Park
Exquisite natural beauty of Hawaii with its fascinating local wildlife.

-Kona Coast State Park
Two beautiful swimming beaches coupled with bubbling freshwater springs.

-Kula Kai Caverns and Lava Tubes
Hiking adventures through the awesome underground life of these thousand-year-old lava tubes.

-Mountain Thunder Coffee Plantation
Take in the experience behind growing and creating world-famous premium 100% Kona coffee.

-Parker Ranch
Historic Hawaiian cattle ranch for horseback riding adventures.

-White Sands Beach County Park
Stunning beach areas with mild, consistent waves perfect for bodysurfers, beachcombers, and snorkelers.

-Waikoloa Village
Amazing shopping and delicious dining experiences coupled with coastal activities including whale-watching.

-Ellison S. Onizuka Space Center
Interactive exhibits and space history based on Hawaii's first astronaut who died during the Challenger disaster in 1986.

-Holualoa Village
Relax in this eclectic area of cafés, art galleries, restaurants, and festivals.

-Ocean Rider Seahorse Farm
An up-close look at the Hawaiian Seahorse farm with interactive tours.

-Original Hawaiian Chocolate Factory
Tour the factory that creates chocolate confections from Hawaiian-grown cocoa beans.

-Kona Le'a Plantation
Home of the Holualoa Kona Coffee Company on the Kona Coast for prized Hawaiian coffee.

-Kona Historical Society
Explore the rich Kona Hawaiian history of cattle ranching, baking, coffee making and old-style living.

-Hulihe'e Palace
Formerly a royal vacation home, this gorgeous museum of Hawaiian furniture and artifacts is operated by Daughters of Hawaii.

-Pana’Ewa Rainforest Zoo & Gardens
The only zoo situated in a tropical rain forests features amazing exotic animals and fascinating plant species.

-Bali Hai
Catch amazing sunsets from the striking cliffs of Na Pali Coast from an ocean cruise, helicopter tour, or hiking trail.

-Fern Grotto
Visit Fern Grotto, a lava rock grotto rich in tropical ferns, accessible via flat bottom riverboat serenaded by Hawaiian musicians.

-Haena State Park
Ancient sea caves, which were formed 4,000 years ago, beckon with the mysteries of the past, along the shoreline with coastal activities.

-Hanakapiai Falls
Follow Kalalau Trail to visit the amazing 100-foot-high cascading fall and pool, as well as gorgeous Hanakapiae Beach.

-Hanalei Valley Lookout
Take in the famed Kauai view and one-way bridge in the place where Hawaiian legend that says is where rainbows came to the islands from.

-Na Pali Coast
Marvel at the amazing sea cliffs, eye-popping waterfalls, and unique lava tubes set by an unforgettable underwater wildlife.

-Princeville Ranch
One of the oldest working cattle ranches in the Aloha State, Princeville offers unbelievable horseback riding adventures led by seasoned cowboy guides along a zipline experience.

-Queen's Bath
Soak in the refreshing Queen's Bath, a saltwater spa originally built for royalty which is carved into a lava shelf and is home to small fish and tiny sea creatures.

-Waimea Canyon
Considered the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, Waimea Canyon was carved out thousands of years ago by a wealth of rivers and floods, housing welcoming lookouts and picturesque hikes.

-Wailua River
Kayakers and water skiiers can enjoy this, the only river in Hawaii that can be navigated.

-Waimea Valley Audubon Center
Navigate lush foliage and enjoy entertaining hula dancers and divers.

-Kauai Museum
Learn about Kauai's geological wonders, its natural history, and the arrival of the Hawaiian people as well as the sugar plantations.

-Kilauea Lighthouse
Check out the over 100 year old lighthouse and visitor center for stunning views.

-Limahuli Garden and Preserve
The majestic Makana Mountain is the gorgeous backdrop for this must-see botanical garden, which offers breathtaking vistas of the Pacific Ocean.

-Manini-holo Dry Cave
The curious check out the spectacle of the 300-yard-deep dry sea cave.


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