Honolulu is Hawaii's state capital and its appeal ranges from its magnificent beaches, finest Hawaiian restaurants, and a multitude of historic museums, cultural and scenic attractions.
A top tourist destination in Hawaii, this historic harbour features five site honouring the crewmen who lost their lives during the Japanese attack on 7th December, 1941.
Formed more than 100,000 years ago, this crater was used as a strategic military lookout. It was named by 19th century sailors who thought they discovered diamonds, however they were calcite crystals.
A favourite amongst visitors to Oahu, this breathtaking vantage point offers panoramic views of the windward side of the Island.
This beautifully preserved Hawaiian-Victorian Palace was the summer retreat of the Hawaiian monarchy, this special museum houses a collection of Queen Emma's belongings as well as royal antiques.