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  • TheBus

    Ride TheBus, and stop at historic Diamond Head Lighthouse, on the Eastern end of Waikiki Beach. More
  • Thirtyninehotel

    Founded with the purpose of promoting Hawaii as a bastion of the arts and fostering artistic relations between the east and west, thirtyninehotel i... More
  • Tiki Bar

    Maui’s Ka’anapali Beach Hotel is home to this old-school bar that's traditionally Hawaiian with plumeria trees, torches, and thatched roofs. Hawaii... More
  • Trilogy

    Hook up with the naturalists at Trilogy, who pilot small groups in a 32-foot inflatable boat. More
  • Tropical Helicopters

    With tours departing from Hilo and Kona, Tropical Helicopters provides both doors-on and doors-off flights over Kilauea, one of the world’s most ac... More
  • Twist at Hanohano

    Some of the most envied views in town of curved Waikiki Beach can be had from this 30th-floor restaurant, accessed by a ride in a glass elevator. I... More
  • Valley Isle Sport Shooters

    This West Maui shooting range hosts open shooting times, as well as competitions, safety classes, and role-playing shooting games. Shooting in the ... More
  • Valley of the Temples

    For a dose of history, travel to Agrigento, home to the fifth-century B.C. Valley of the Temples—a collection of seven Doric-style Greek temples th... More
  • Viewpoints Gallery

    The Viewpoints Gallery, located on Baldwin Avenue in Makawao in Maui, is a cooperative of about twenty artists. The gallery is housed in a green bo... More
  • Waianapanapa Black-Sand Beach

    The Waianapanapa beach is part of a 120-acre state park near Hana, in east Maui. The beach is made of smooth black lava pebbles and is surrounded b... More
  • Waikiki Beach

    What to Expect: Framed by Diamond Head, one of the world’s most climbed (extinct) volcanoes, and with nearly two miles of continuous white sand and... More
  • Waikiki Beach Walk

    In the 1990’s the project committed $585 million in public and private funds to transform eight acres of dive bars and budget hotels within an elbo... More
  • Wailea Golf Club Gold Course

    With three courses designed by two of the world's most renowned golf course designers (Robert Trent Jones, Jr. and Arthur Jack Snyder), Wailea Golf... More
  • Waimea Valley Audubon Center

    A profoundly fecund wonderland—with peacocks, giant lilies from the Amazon, and endangered Kokia cookei flowers—run by the National Audubon Society... More
  • Whalers Village Museum

    Located in the Whalers Village Shopping Center, the aptly named Whalers Village Museum explores the history of Lahaina’s biggest industry in the ... More

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