Pearl Harbor

Pearl Harbor National Memorial is one of the most historically significant locations in the United States and receives more than 1.5 million visitors each year. There is no entry fee for the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center, and no ticket is required to see the museums, but a ticket is required for free entry into the USS Arizona Memorial.

Paradise Cove Luau

Serving Hawaii’s malihini (guests) and Kama’aina (locals) for more than 20 years, Paradise Cove is one of the largest and most respected luau shows in the Hawaiian islands, all taking place on 12-oceanfront acres.

Haleiwa Town

The quaint little town of Haleiwa (pronounced: hah-ley-ee-vah) Hawaii lies smack in the middle of world-famous North Shore, Oahu. Many restaurants, surf shops, art galleries and souvenir shops cater to a steady stream of beach-goers.

Honolulu Zoo

Near ʻAlohilani Resort in the Queen Kapiʻolani Park, the Honolulu Zoo sits on 42-acres and features more than 1,200 animals in specially designed habitats. It’s one of the most popular, family-friendly Honolulu attractions.

Waikiki Aquarium

Founded in 1904, the Waikiki Aquarium is built next to a living coral reef on the Waikiki shoreline. Located near ʻAlohilani resort, it’s home to almost 500 species of marine plants and animals.

Kahuku Farms

Spanning three generations in Hawaii, Kahuku is one of Oahu's most beautiful farms - discover and learn about the diversified agriculture, history, people and crops of this special place! You can also enjoy farm-grown menu items from The Farm Cafe!

Waimea Valley

Rich in Hawaiian history and cultural sites nestled in a stunning botanical garden, experience more than 5,000 botanicals along a paved path to the 45-foot waterfall dating back to 600 years. There is a small entry fee, which goes to preserving the botanical and cultural features of the area.

Kahumana Organic Farms & Café

Enjoy a meal from the fields to your fork on a farm-to-table tour at Kahumana Organic Farms & Cafe. Taste exotic produce, feed the farm animals, learn about indigenous crops and harvest produce before enjoying a 3-course meal in the on-site cafe

Botanical Gardens

The Foster Botanical Gardens, one of the five botanical gardens on Oahu, is located on the edge of downtown Honolulu and home to the country’s largest collection of tropical plants, including palms, heliconia and orchids.