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Makapu’u Lookout & Rabbit Island: A Must See!

Makapu’u Lookout & Rabbit Island: A Must See!

Makapu’u Point Lookout is the easternmost point on Oʻahu. It is the remnant of a ridge that rises 647 feet (197 m) above the sea. Makapu’u Point State Wayside Park is a 38 acre area that includes Makapu’u Head and the Makapu’u Point lighthouse....

Valley of the Temples Memorial Park

Valley of the Temples Memorial Park

Valley of the Temples Memorial Park is located on the Windward (eastern) side of Oʻahu at the foot of the Ko’olau Mountains. Thousands of people from several faiths including Buddhism, Shintoism, Protestantism, and Catholicism are buried here.   Byodo-in...

Iolani Palace: A National Historic Landmark

Iolani Palace: A National Historic Landmark

‘Iolani Palace is one of the must see landmarks while visiting Hawaii.   `Iolani Palace, a national historic landmark and the only royal palace in the United States, was built in 1882 by the last king of Hawai’i – King David Kalakaua. It was the official...

Pearl Harbor: Headquarters of the Pacific Fleet

Pearl Harbor: Headquarters of the Pacific Fleet

Pearl Harbor is the headquarters of the Pacific Fleet of the United States, and operates as one of the largest US Naval bases. The harbor and its surrounding lands west of Honolulu are also a deep-water naval base. It was given two names in Hawai’ian: “Wai Momi” which...

A Brief History of Waikiki Beach in Oahu

A Brief History of Waikiki Beach in Oahu

Waikiki bears little resemblance today to the place it was in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s. It’s hard to imagine that the Waikiki in Honolulu we know today was at one time mostly a swampland. In the Hawaiian language, the name Waikiki means spouting fresh water;...

Kaneana Cave (Also Known as Makua Cave)

Kaneana Cave (Also Known as Makua Cave)

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Submarine Adventure Tours All Over The Hawaiian Islands

Submarine Adventure Tours All Over The Hawaiian Islands

Blip…blip….blip…goes the radar. We’ve all seen movies about submarines, but this is much, much safer than The Hunt for Red October. There’s no beeping radar screen in a dark hull—or Sean Connery to yell at you. Instead, on this submarine tour, you’ll witness incredible marine life (including coral reef, tropical fish, and the occasional turtle) right up close and personal.