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    Dole Plantation

     Address:
    64-1550 Kamehameha Hwy
    Wahiawa,  Oahu 96786

    Admission: Paid

    Dole Plantation provides enjoyable activities for the entire family, including the Pineapple Express Train Tour, the Plantation Garden Tour, and the the world’s largest Pineapple Garden Maze. Don’t forget the Dole Whip! A great, refreshing treat on a warm day.

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    Byodo-in Temple

     Address:
    47-200 Kahekili Hwy
    Kaneohe,  Oahu 96744

    Admission: Paid

    Byodo-in Temple is a non-denominational Buddhist temple. The temple is a smaller-scale replica of the over 950-year-old Byodo-in Temple, a United Nations World Heritage Site in Uji, Japan. The beautiful ambiance of this place will sure to leave you with a feeling of peacefulness and a renewed appreciation for Hawaii’s Read more [...]

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    Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

     Address:
    Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
    Pāhoa,  Hawaii 96778

    Admission: Paid

    Kīlauea is one of the most active volcanoes of the world, and is visited by millions each year, making it the most visited attraction in Hawaii and the most visited volcano in the world. It’s very possible to spend multiple days at the park with plenty to keep you busy. Read more [...]

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    Hindu Monastery

     Address:
    107 Kaholalele Rd
    Kapaa,  Kauai 96746

    Admission: Free

    Kauai Aadheenam, also known as Kauai’s Hindu Monastery, is a traditional South-Indian style monastery-temple complex on the tropical Garden Island of Kauai. The front area of the monastery up to the private temple entry wall and gate leading to Kadavul Hindu Temple is open from 9:00 AM – noon. All Read more [...]

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    Hanalei Pier

     Address:
    Hanalei Pier
    Hanalei,  Kauai 96714

    Admission: Free

    Hanalei Pier is located at the mouth of the Hanalei River. Here you can find some of calmest waters for kids to swim in, but remember that swells can pickup at anytime. Jumping or fishing off of the pier is also fun and you’ll often find many people at this Read more [...]

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    Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove

     Address:
    Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove
    Kaunakakai,  Molokai 

    Admission: Free

    Kapuaiwa in Moloka’i is one of Hawaii’s oldest coconut groves. The first coconuts were planted here in the 1860s by King Kamehameha V. Today, only a few hundred coconut trees remain at the grove. If you visit this grove be aware of the possible dangers from the falling coconut. The Read more [...]

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    Olivine Pools

     Address:
    340 Kahekili Hwy
    Kahakuloa,  Maui 96793

    Admission: Free

    The Olivine pools boast thunderous waves that crash on a volcanic rock barrier that gather in natural tide pools. It is located in a rugged spot in a remote area that has no sandy beaches or easy water access. There’s no sign naming Olivine Pools, just a small patch of Read more [...]