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  • Battleship Missouri Memorial

    The USS Missouri, America’s last battleship, served her country through three wars and is best known as the site of the signing of the Formal Instrument of Surrender, marking the end of World War II. Today, the “Mighty Mo” stands proudly overlooking her fallen sister ship, the USS ... read more >>
  • Bishop Museum

    A 120-year-old institution housing the largest collection of Hawaiian and Pacific artifacts in the world, Bishop Museum is a must-visit. The highlight is Hawaiian Hall, recently restored to Victorian-era glory and presenting all aspects of Hawaiian culture. Other anthropological gems include ... read more >>
  • Dole Plantation

    Pineapple was once a major Hawaii agricultural export, and Dole was the pineapple king. At Dole Plantation, everything “pineapple” is open for exploration. Wander the “World’s Largest Maze,” as recognized by the 2008 Guinness World Records, take a ride on the Pineapple ... read more >>
  • Dolphin Quest

    Meet Atlantic bottlenose dolphins face to face in a 26,000-square-foot lagoon at the prestigious Kahala Hotel & Resort. Dolphin Quest brings the dream of spending time with dolphins to children and adults of all ages. Experiences with these curious and gentle mammals include feeding, playing, ... read more >>
  • Dolphin Star

    See wild dolphins on a Hawaiian eco-tour for all ages! Spinner Dolphins have an amazing acrobatic ability. Join the Dolphin Star® to watch them play! We know their favorite spots, and typically see 50 to 70 dolphins daily. You may also see whales (Dec – April), turtles, flying fish and more! Our ... read more >>
  • Germaine’s Luau

    Located “35 minutes and 100 years away from Waikiki,” Germaine’s offers a fun-filled, authentic luau experience with the magic and romance of Old Hawaii. Enjoy the pageantry of Germaine’s royal court, the time-honored imu ceremony, the breathtaking Polynesian entertainment ... read more >>
  • Iolani Palace State Monument

    A National Historic Landmark and perhaps Hawaii’s most venerated building, Iolani Palace was once the home of the Hawaiian kingdom’s royal leaders. Built in the Victorian era, the palace was a progressive marvel that featured electricity even before the White House. Its many ... read more >>
  • Paradise Cove Luau

    Held on the beachfront at the beautiful Ko Olina Resort on Oahu’s southwestern coast, Paradise Cove Luau is one of the largest and most respected luau shows in Hawaii. Start with a mai tai then sit back for live Hawaiian music, an Old Hawaii-style hukilau fishnet pull, a spectacular feast ... read more >>
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