Share Hawaiian and Polynesian culture with your family at Old Lāhaina Lū‘au, an authentic Hawaiian celebration and evening of traditional Hawaiian cuisine, music, cultural dances, and demonstrations. It’s an unrivaled opportunity to experience a true reflection of Hawaii’s rich history and heritage while enjoying an ocean view and sunset.
Book Kaua‘i ATV’s new Makauwahi Cave Tour and explore Kaua‘i’s southernmost point on plantation trails, where you can visit an inactive volcano and famous movie filming sites. Tour Makauwahi Cave Reserve, an important archeological dig, stop at Tortoise Ranch, plant a native Hawaiian plant, and enjoy a relaxing catch-and-release bass fishing session at Waitā reservoir.
Experience Kīlauea volcano’s historic 2018 lava flow with KapohoKine Adventures’ new Elite Volcano Hike. You’ll see a 40-foot wall of black lava covering an area highway and a seaside location where the flow entered the ocean, changing the coastline forever. Witness cracks and sinkholes left behind by the eruption in Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park and visit Kīlauea Iki Crater, Steaming Bluffs Overlook, and Kaūmana Caves State Park.
This year, O‘ahu marks The 75th Commemoration of the End of World War II with special events at Pearl Harbor Historic Sites, from August 29 to September 2. Even if you can’t visit then, 2020 is ideal for paying your respects at significant sites like the USS Arizona Memorial, the Battleship Missouri Memorial, Pearl Harbor Aviation Museum, and the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park. Pearl Harbor attractions take you from the December 7, 1941, attack that catapulted the US into the war to the conflict’s end on September 2, 1945.