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Go Oahu - All Inclusive Pass
The card was highly useful. I spent my 1.5 week in oahu with plenty of activities to join and attractions to visit. Great for first time travellers as the tours and activities were all inclusive guided by experienced tour guides. Highly enjoyable trips with unforgettable memories. Will definitely purchase again when I go visit Hawaii for a second time!

Top sights in Hawaii

From waterfall hikes and sandy beaches to restaurants with must-try dishes, there are so many things to see and do in Hawaii. Six main islands are awaiting your visit - and all are genuinely unique. Check out this list for when you’re looking for things to do in Hawaii Big Island, Maui, or any other island in the state!

Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park

Hawai‘i Volcanoes National Park encloses unique geological formations that make it seem like you’re stepping foot on another planet. This is where Kilauea, one of the most active volcanoes in the world, and Halema‘uma‘u Crater, the volcano’s most active vent, can be found. The national park also boasts breathtaking views of the landscape, as well as lava flows meeting the sea that creates huge clouds of steam.
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Haleakalā National Park

Known as the “house of the sun”, Haleakalā National Park offers one of the most spectacular sunrise views in the world. Mark Twain himself described it as the most sublime spectacle he has ever seen. The park spans over 30,000 acres with stark volcanic landscapes and subtropical rainforests. The crater that stands over 10,000 feet provides sweeping views of the island.
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Diamond Head

Diamond Head is a volcanic cone located in Oahu. Also known as Leahi, this state monument is a 760-foot tuff crater giving it its iconic silhouette. It serves as a great place for mountaineering; the trail to the summit includes some loose gravel and soil, a concrete walkway, and a 225-foot tunnel. The hike to the top is a workout for sure but also rewarding due to the incredible views of Honolulu.
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Hanauma Bay

Recognized as a protected marine life conversation area, Hanauma Bay offers a pristine ecosystem perfect for lovers of marine life. Upon entering, first-time visitors will be welcomed with a video about the marine life and preservation measures of the park. Inside, you can go sightseeing and snorkeling to view and interact with 300 different Hawaiian sea animals lurking about the shallow coral reefs.
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