All Hawaii Self-Guided Driving Tours Bundle

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Ready for a trip through paradise? This bundle includes tours of Hawaii’s most beautiful islands: O’ahu, Kauai, and Maui. Experience Honolulu’s rich culture, explore jungles so lush they appeared in Jurassic Park, and catch some sun on the best beaches in the world. Plus, dig into the fascinating history behind the Kingdom of Hawaii! Each island is packed with waterfalls, incredible vistas, and unforgettable hiking trails, and this bundle will make sure you get the most out of your Pacific vacation! Within 30 min, we'll send you two things: a unique password and the app. Download the app onto your phone and enter the password. Then download the tour inside. When you arrive, go to the designated starting location to start the tour. Stick to the tour route & speed limit for the best experience. No expiration — The tour comes with lifetime validity! This isn't an entrance ticket. Check pandemic rules and opening hours before your visit.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Paia

Pa'ia is a weird, wild town full of bohemians of all stripes. You'll know you've arrive when you see a sign saying "Do Not Feed the Hippies" followed by streets full of all sorts of colorful characters. Country legend Willie Nelson even owns a house here!

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The first beach you'll see is the pristine Ho-okipa Beach, a spacious state park & surfing spot complete with picnic areas & pavilions.

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As you pass Mile Marker Zero and officially start your journey along the Road to Hana, you'll hear lots of history about this road, including how it began as a footpath in the 1400s!

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The first waterfall you'll encounter is actually two waterfalls, aptly named Twin Falls. Make a quick stop here for some great views and great photos.

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Stop At: Waikamoi Ridge Trail

Looking to hike Maui's lush jungles? Look no further than the Waikamoi Ridge Trail, offering some stupendous scenery.

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Stop At: Garden of Eden Arboretum & Botanical Garden

Continuing on, you'll arrive at the Garden of Eden Arboretum, home to over 700 species of plants, including some donated by former Beatle George Harrison!

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Stop At: Kaumahina State Wayside Park

Don't miss Kaumahina State Park, up next. This picturesque stretch of coastline is perfect for a picnic or a few shots few your Instagram.

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Those looking for a more secluded stretch of shore will want to stop and Honomanu Bay, a black pebble beach where you're all but guaranteed to find some serenity.

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As you drive, you'll come next to Nua'ailua Viewpoint, offering some great views of the more rugged, rocky parts of Maui's coastline.

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Can't get enough of Maui's wild flora? Check out the Ke'anae Arboretum, up next. Once a peninsula of jagged black rock, this has now become one of the greenest places on the island!

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The more adventurous sorts might want to pause at Ching's Pond, a popular cliff-jumping spot, and take a daring dive into the clear blue water. Just exercise plenty of caution if you do!

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The next overlook you'll find is Wailua Valley Lookout, offering views of some of the most remote parts of this island. If you love the jungle scenery, this is a must!

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A trio of waterfalls await you next, all of which merge into a single tremendous waterfall during the wet season.

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Stop At: Pua'a Ka'a State Park

Continuing on, you'll arrive at Pua'a Ka'a State Park, home to some unexpected Hawaiian critters: mongooses! Here, you'll learn about how these creatures ended up on the island and what they mean for the native wildlife today.

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Stop At: Nahiku Viewpoint

Nahiku Viewpoint is next, offering some of the best ocean views on the entire island. This is also right near the former home of George Harrison!

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Looking to pick up a souvenir or a snack? You'll find it next at the Nahiku Marketplace, a quaint little market with anything you might be looking for.

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The next botanical garden, Kahanu Garden, isn't just about plants, but also contains some truly special history. Here, you can find an ancient Hawaiian temple called a Heiau!

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Next, you'll arrive at Waiinapanapa State Park, where you'll find one of Hawaii's famous black sand beaches. If you've never seen a volcanic beach before, it's a seriously incredible sight, so make sure you don't miss out on this stop!

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Stop At: Hana Bay Beach Park

You'll arrive next at Hana Bay, a buzzing beach with BBQs, kayaks, and plenty of crystal clear water to enjoy a swim in.

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Up next is another unusual beach: Koki Beach. This red sand beach is sure to catch anyone's eye, so make sure to grab a few photos before you go!

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The next beach on the tour is Hamoa Beach, where Oprah owns around 200 acres of land!

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Stop At: Venus Pool (Waioka Pond)

Up next is a hike to Waioka Pond, also referred to as "Venus Pool." This beautiful, secluded pool isn't just picture-perfect... it's also a fantastic spot for amateur cliff-jumping!

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Those looking for a really impressive waterfall will find it at Wailua Falls. These falls are about 200 feet tall and simply must be seen to be believed.

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Want a commanding view of just about the entire island? Take a trip into Haleakala National Park! This park sits atop an immense volcano, the peak of which stretches a staggering 10,000 feet above sea level!

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Finally, you'll arrive at the Kipahulu Visitor Center. The tour concludes here.

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Prepare to embark on a drive through paradise! This tour takes you through all the most beautiful, most exciting parts of Kauai. Discover the very best this island has to offer from the comfort of your car or a rental.

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Your first stop is Kalapaki, home to a pristine white beach and some impossibly calm water, thanks to a sea wall which keeps the waves at bay.

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Get a dose of Hawaiian history at the Sugarcane & Grove Farm, where you'll learn about how this cash crop forever altered the course of Hawaii's future.

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You won't have to wait long to experience some of Kauai's signature jungle beauty. The "Tree Tunnel" is a mile-long tunnel of eucalyptus trees which make for some seriously picturesque driving.

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Get a glimpse into the past at Old Koloa Town, a quaint little village dating back to the days of sugar plantations.

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Stop At: Old Waialua Sugar Mill

Those hoping to learn more about Hawaii's sugar history can take a detour to an old sugar mill next.

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Why settle for one beach when you can have two in one spot? Poipu Beach consists of two sandy crescents forming a double beach, and is a perfect spot for swimming, snorkeling, and much more.

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Continuing on, you'll reach the Hanapepe Valley Lookout. Don't forget to bring a camera when you check out these outstanding views!

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Stop At: Russian Fort Elizabeth State Historical Park

Up next is a truly strange historical landmark: a Russian fort left over from a failed invasion attempt! Get to know the story behind it as you explore this peculiar piece of history.

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You'll then pass Niihau, also known as The Forbidden Island. This privately-owned island has been forbidden to visitors for generations.

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Your route takes you next past an unusual attraction, the Red Dirt Waterfall. This waterfall is exactly what it sounds like; it gets its red color from a high concentration of iron in the soil.

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The Kukui Trail, up next, is a great option for experienced hikers, while those looking for an easier trek will love the Iliau Nature Loop. Both are great ways to get better acquainted with Kauai's gorgeous natural scenery.

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Your route leads next to the so-called "Grand Canyon of the Pacific": Waimea Canyon. If anything on this trip is an absolute must-see, it's this. You truly won't believe your eyes!

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For the best look at the Waimea Canyon, proceed to the Pu'u Hinahina Lookout. Here, you'll have the chance to snap some photos that are guaranteed to make your friends jealous!

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If you want to actually trek into the canyon itself, you'll come next to the Waimea Canyon Trails, offering incredible hikes for all experience levels--as well as plenty of extra viewpoints!

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Want some souvenirs and a bit of extra education? Check out the Koke'e Natural History Museum, a free museum dedicated to the island's flora and fauna.

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Up next is Koke'e State Park, an essential stop if you haven't gotten enough of hiking and smelling wildflowers.

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One of the last lookouts on your tour is the Kalalau Lookout, offering spectacular views from the highest point accessible by road on the whole island.

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Next is the Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park, featuring dramatic bluffs and crashing waves. It's no wonder Hollywood has used this as a filming location more than once, including for one of the Jurassic Park movies!

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Finally, you'll arrive at one last vista: Pu'u O Kila Lookout. The tour will conclude at this stunning overlook.

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Stop At: Pearl Harbor National Memorial

Get ready for a totally comprehensive tour of Hawaii's most populous island: O'ahu. Home to the city of Honolulu, this island is chock full of culture, natural beauty, and fascinating history--all of which you'll experience during your drive!

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Stop At: Pearl Harbor National Memorial

The tour begins in Pearl Harbor, where a surprise attack on December 7th, 1941 changed the course of history.

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Stop At: Honolulu

As you drive through Honolulu, you'll learn about the city's unexpectedly humble origins, and how it became the hub it is today.

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Stop At: Bishop Museum

One of the first landmarks you'll pass is the Bishop Museum. This isn't just the largest museum in Hawaii, but also has a surprisingly sweet love story behind it!

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Stop At: Aloha Tower Marketplace

Get a good look at the Aloha Tower next. This iconic waterside tower once greeted all travelers arriving in Honolulu, because everyone arrived by boat.

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Next, you'll pass a statue of King David Kalakaua, Hawaii's last king.

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Stop At: Waikiki Beach

The next beach you'll reach is Waikiki Beach, made famous by the legendary surfer Duke Kahanamoku. Duke is responsible for bringing surfing to the world at large and bringing major recognition to this beach.

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Stop At: Kapiolani Park

Your route takes you next past Kapi'olani Park, another beautiful space that was once little more than a soggy bit of marshland.

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Stop At: Diamond Head State Monument

After that, you'll come to Diamond Head State Monument, an immense crater left by a volcanic explosion. It's now become Hawaii's most popular park!

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Stop At: China Walls

As you continue, you'll reach the China Walls, an impressive formation of natural walls which some say rival the Great Wall of China!

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Stop At: Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve

Get some unbeatable views up next at Hanauma Bay Lookout, and don't forget to snap a few pictures while you're there!

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Stop At: Lanai lookout

Lanai Lookout is next, and it's especially good if you're trying to get away from the crowd.

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Stop At: Halona Blowhole

The next lookout, Halona Blowhole Lookout, offers views of a peculiar rock formation which shoots water into the air when waves crash against it.

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Stop At: Pele's Chair

If you trek along the shore a bit, you'll come to Pele's Chair, a natural formation which some believe to be the chair of Pele, a volcanic goddess.

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Stop At: Kaiwi Shoreline Trail

Up next is Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline, which is exactly what it sounds like. If you're a fan of ocean views, this makes for a wonderful stroll.

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Stop At: Waimanalo Beach

Travelers seeking a pristine beach that doesn't see the same crowds as others will love Waimanalo Beach, a stretch of white sand sheltered by a wall of ironwood trees.

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Stop At: Kailua-Kona

Up next is the unassuming town of Kailua. Unassuming, that is, except for the fact that former president Barack Obama spent his winters here!

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Next, you'll pass the Ulupo Heiau State Historic Site. This increidble archaeological site is home to an ancient Hawaiian temple called a Heiau, which is almost 500 years old!

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You'll also pass the Pali Golf Course and hear all about the plentiful offerings for golfers on O'ahu.

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Stop At: Lulumahu Waterfall

Looking for more waterfalls? You'll find one at the end of a trail up ahead, which leads to the gorgeous, secluded Lulumahu Falls.

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Up next is the Ho'omaluhia Botanical Garden, home to a staggering 400 acres of tropical flora from all over the world. There's even a campground within the garden!

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Continuing on, you'll reach the town of He'eia and hear the wild legend behind its name.

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Stop At: Byodo-In Temple

You won't want to miss the next stop, an elaborate Buddhist temple called the Byodo-In Temple. It was built as an exact to-scale replica of the temples one would find in Japan!

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Stop At: Kualoa Ranch

As you drive, you'll pass Kualoa Ranch, a sprawling jungle ranch which has been the filming location for countless Hollywood hits, including Jurassic Park, Hawaii Five-O, and Lost!

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Kualoa Rock Beach, up next, offers some great lounging opportunities, though swimmers will find the rocky shore a bit uncomfortable to wade along.

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Stop At: Kahana Bay Beach Park

The next beach, Kahana Bay Beach, isn't just a great stretch of sand, but is also packed with history! Archaeologists have found all sorts of pre-contact relics buried in the sand here.

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Ahupua'a 'O Kahana State Park is next, offering plenty of lush greenery and stunning hikes for those looking to stretch their legs.

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Stop At: Hukilau Marketplace

Those looking to stop for a snack or a souvenir will want to stop at the next landmark: Hukilau Marketplace. This iconic market styles itself just like a classic 1950s Hawaiian market would.

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Beach campers will absolutely want to stop at the next spot, Malaekahana State Recreation Area. This shoreline camping area makes for some seriously memorable mornings!

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Next is the James Campbell Wildlife Refuge, where you'll learn the legend of how some of O'ahu's most recognizable birds got their iconic plumage.

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Stop At: Sunset Beach Park

If the day is winding down, one of the best spots to be is your next stop: Sunset Beach. This is, hands down, one of the best spots on the island to catch a proper Hawaiian sunset.

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Stop At: Banzai Pipeline

As you drive, you'll pass the infamous Banzai Pipeline. This death-defying surf break has challenged some of the most famous surfers around for years, and not all of them survive it.

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Stop At: Shark's Cove

After that is Shark's Cove. Don't worry though, it gets its name not because sharks infest the waters, but instead because it looks a little bit like a shark when viewed from above.

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Stop At: Waimea Bay

One of the last beaches on your tour is Waimea Bay. This isn't just any beach, but has been featured in high-octane Hollywood adventures like Point Break!

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Stop At: Dole Plantation

Your final stop is at the historic Dole Plantation, a window back in time which also features a train ride and the world's largest maze for some fun family activities. The tour concludes here.

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Stop At: Hilo

Hilo is a town on Hawaii, commonly called the Big Island, in the state of Hawaii. It’s known for Wailuku River State Park, featuring Waianuenue, or Rainbow Falls, with its colorful mist effects. The bubbling basalt-lava rock pools known as the Boiling Pots are nearby. To the south is Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, home to rainforests and the active Kilauea and Mauna Loa volcanoes.

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The deck is a steel grid which creates a singing sound from the tires of cars driving on it.

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Quiet peaceful location to just sit and relax

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Popular with surfers, this picturesque cove is located less than two miles from downtown Hilo. It’s rocky bottom and occasional strong currents make it less of a swimming beach and more of a great spot for experienced surfers and watching surfing pros. Limited parking; must be able to climb down/up stairs to get to this beach.

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Discover this 0.8-km out-and-back trail near Pepeekeo, Hawaii. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 13 min to complete. This trail is great for hiking and walking. The trail is open year-round and is beautiful to visit anytime. Dogs are welcome, but must be on a leash.

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Stop At: Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden

The Hawaii Tropical Bioreserve and Garden is a nonprofit botanical garden and nature preserve

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Small Waterfall

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Kolekole Beach Park is a Hawaii county park on the island of Hawaii.

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World Botanical Gardens and Waterfalls is a commercial botanical gardens with a large waterfall, located between Umauma and Hakalau, at the corner of Leopolino Road and Hawaii Belt Road, State Highway 19, 16 miles north of Hilo, Island of Hawaiʻi, Hawaii.

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Stop At: Laupahoehoe Train Museum

The purpose of the Laupahoehoe Train Museum is to preserve, promote and protect the historic, cultural, educational, social, civic and economic interests of the North Hilo and Hamakua districts, while highlighting the history of the railroads on the island of Hawaii.

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On April 1, 1946 the Big Island of Hawaiʻi was struck by the so-called "April Fools Day tsunami", originating from the Aleutian Islands earthquake. Approximately 160 people on the island were killed. While the greatest number of deaths occurred in Hilo, the school building at Laupāhoehoe was inundated, and twenty students and four teachers were drowned. A monument to the dead now stands on Laupāhoehoe Point.

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Stop At: Kohala Coast

As you drive 20-minutes north of Ellison Onizuka Kona International Airport, you’ll marvel at the rugged lava fields surrounding you. You may not see it from Queen Kaahumanu Highway, but the Kohala Coast is where you’ll find some of the island’s finest resorts.

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Stop At: Anna Ranch Heritage Center

Anna Ranch Heritage Center is a former cattle ranch in Waimea, Hawaii County, Hawaii named for Anna Leialoha Lindsey Perry-Fiske (1900–1995).

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Stop At: Tropical Farms Macadamia Nut Farm and Farm Tour

Hamakua Macadamia Nut Company can proudly boast all of our macadamia nuts are 100% Hawaiian grown by local farmer’s right here on the Big Island.

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The largest of the island's white sand beaches, Hapuna Beach has consistently been rated on international Top Ten lists of the islands’ best beaches.

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Get to know this 7.7-km out-and-back trail near Waikoloa Village, Hawaii. Generally considered an easy route, it takes an average of 1 h 44 min to complete. This trail is great for hiking and trail running.

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Picturesque lookout point offering sweeping views of the ocean, sunset & passing whales.

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Waikoloa Beach is an area located on the South Kohala coast on the island of Hawaii and is located in the census-designated place of Puako. It can be confused for Waikoloa Village, a CDP in the same "ahupuaʻa" and is also known as "Waikoloa".

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Kīholo Bay is located in the ahupua`a of Pu`u Wa`awa`a in the North Kona District on the Big Island of Hawaii. the land surrounding the bay is flanked to the South by a lava flow from Mount Hualalai ca. 1801 and another flow from Mauna Loa in 1859.

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Kekaha Kai State Park, formerly known as Kona Coast State Park, is a beach park located along the north Kona coast on the island of Hawaiʻi. The main beach areas are Maniniʻowali Bay, Makalawena beach at Puʻu Aliʻi Bay, and Mahaiʻula Bay.

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Stop At: Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park

Kaloko-Honokōhau National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park located in the Kona District on the Big island of Hawaiʻi in the U.S. state of Hawaiʻi. It includes the National Historic Landmarked archaeological site known as the Honokōhau Settlement.

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Stop At: Kailua-Kona

Public park with white sand beach & rocky shoreline, offering lifeguard-overseen swimming & surfing.

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Stop At: Hulihe'e Palace

Small beach & reef with generally calm water, making it a popular place to snorkel.

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The Kuamoʻo Burials (also known as the Lekeleke Burial Grounds) is a historic Hawaiian burial site for warriors killed during a major battle in 1819.

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Stop At: Kahaluu Beach

Captain Cook is a census-designated place in Hawaiʻi County, Hawaiʻi, in the United States, located in the District of South Kona. The community, within the land division of Kealakekua, is so named because the post office for the area was located in the Captain Cook Coffee Co. during the early 1900s.

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Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau National Historical Park is a United States National Historical Park located on the west coast of the island of Hawaiʻi in the U.S. state of Hawaii.

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Stop At: Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park

Pāhala is a census-designated place in Hawaiʻi County, Hawaiʻi, United States. The population was 1,356 at the 2010 census.

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Kīlauea is an active shield volcano in the Hawaiian Islands. Historically, it is the most active of the five volcanoes that together form the Big Island of Hawaiʻi.

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Kona coffee is the market name for coffee (Coffea arabica) cultivated on the slopes of Hualalai and Mauna Loa in the North and South Kona Districts of the Big Island of Hawaii. It is one of the most expensive coffees in the world.

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The Hawaiʻi Belt Road is a modern name for the Māmalahoa Highway and consists of Hawaiʻi state Routes 11, 19, and 190 that encircle the Island of Hawaiʻi.

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Pebble Beach got its name because instead of a sandy beach it's full of pebbles. The pebbles are black so it gives the appearance of a black sand beach but it won't be sandy here.

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Stop At: Kula Kai Caverns

Centuries-old lava caves & tube systems once used by native tribes for shelter & water collection.

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Stop At: Punalu'u Black Sand beach

Punaluʻu Beach is a beach between Pāhala and Nāʻālehu on the Big Island of the U.S. state of Hawaii. The beach has black sand made of basalt and created by lava flowing into the ocean which explodes as it reaches the ocean and cools. This volcanic activity is in the Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park.

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Stop At: Mauna Loa Observatory

The Hawai'i Space Exploration Analog and Simulation (HI-SEAS) is a Mars and Moon ... located on a Mars-like site on the Mauna Loa volcano on Hawai'i Island.

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Stop At: Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is on Hawaii Island (the Big Island). At its heart are the Kīlauea and Mauna Loa active volcanoes. The Crater Rim Drive passes steam vents and the Jaggar Museum, which features volcanology exhibits and a viewpoint overlooking Halema'uma'u Crater. Thick ferns mark the entrance to the Thurston Lava Tube (Nāhuku). The Chain of Craters Road weaves over lava. Trails crisscross the park.

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