Waikiki Beach is famous for its views of the Diamond Head tuff cone, its normally warm and cloudless weather, and its surf break.
The location is famous for its white, powdery sandy beach and its hiking track along the Kaiwa Ridge to the World War II military bunkers known as the "Lanikai Pillboxes."
The Maui Arts and Cultural Center, Kanaha Beach County Park, Kanaha Pond State Wildlife Sanctuary, and the Alexander & Baldwin Sugar Museum are among of the attractions in Kahului.
Hilo is a gateway to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, as well as the resort areas of Kailua-Kona and Waimea.
Oahu is famous for its natural beauty, Historical Sites, world-class surfing, vibrant nightlife, breathtaking scenic drives, and Delicious Cuisine.
Hpuna also has regularly good swimming, bodyboarding, sunbathing, and snorkeling conditions. The island's largest white sand beach.