United States Destinations | Hawaii

Key Points for Planners

  • Sunshine is almost guaranteed
  • Many large facilities for events throughout the islands


Considered to be one of the world’s most enchanting destinations, Hawaii is the place where the natural easy-going and friendly vibe of the locals combines with some of the most spectacular landscapes ever produced by Mother Nature.

Key Locations

  • Pearl Harbor and USS Arizona Memorial
  • Polynesian Culture Center
  • Volcanoes National Park
  • Haleakala National Park
  • Waimea Canyon State Park
  • Hamakua Heritage Cooridor
  • Road to Hana
  • Mauna Kea
  • Princeville Botanical Garden
  • Maui Ocean Center

Known for its world-famous luaus, stunning vistas and awe-inspiring volcanic formations, the Aloha State provides visitors with a fascinating encounter with both culture and nature. Gaze at the stars from the summit of Mauna Kea Mountain or pay a visit to the solemn memorial dedicated to those who lost their lives at Pearl Harbor; go whale-watching off the coast of Maui or snorkeling at Molokini; catch a wave at the North Shore or observe the world’s most active volcano, Kilauea, on Big Island.

Whatever activity or island you choose, one thing is certain: Hawaii captivates and inspires like no other place on Earth. Visitors inevitably fall in love with the island charm and

unrivaled diversity of exciting activities for the entire family. Take your next group to the Aloha State. You’ll return home raving about it — if you haven’t decided to stay and live on one of its islands already!

If you seek adrenaline while on the big island of Hawaii, take an ATV excursion across the landscape, sign up for surfing lessons, or take a helicopter ride to check out the jungle, forests and hot, crackling lava flows of Kilauea from high above!

Maui is the second-largest of the Hawaiian islands and is divided into two main sections, with valleys, mountains and volcanoes featured on both sides. Much of the interior of the island is filled with ancient craters

and rocky terrain, so you are in for quite some unbelievable excursions.

The beautiful island of Kauai is packed full of dense jungle vegetation, rivers, waterfalls and, of course, its famous volcanic craters. Known as the Garden Island, Kauai’s greenery has taken root in the rich, ancient ash-laden soils of the landscape.

Enjoy an array of Hawaiian appetizers and sip on a glass of chilled champagne while the sun drops down over the coastline, turning land and sea bright orange before it all goes black and velvety before your eyes.

Paridise and adventure await!

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