The majority of visitors to Hawaii enter the state primarily through Honolulu, which serves as its capital.
Diamond Head State Monument
Diamond Head, the most iconic of Hawaii's natural features, has a unique profile. It is situated on the eastern half of Waikiki's coastline .
Visitors can read more about the devastating attack of 1941 as well as other facets of the harbor's natural and military history here.
This Honolulu suburb on the south shore is well-known for its luxurious resorts, entertainment, dining, and retail options, as well as its picture-perfect beaches.
USS Arizona Memorial
It is the location where the United States entered in World War II on December 7, 1941.
Visitors can follow a route from the Lyon Arboretum's gate to the 150-foot Manoa Falls, a stunning natural location where bathing is permitted.
For King Kalakaua, the spectacular Neoclassical Iolani Palace was finished in 1882. It is the main residence of Hawaii's king and has been restored to its former splendour.
Honolulu is a great location for underwater exploration because there are miles and miles of coral reef right offshore, and there are many outfitters offering equipment and courses.
This 184-foot-tall tower was constructed in 1926 as a lighthouse. For forty years, this structure dominated the islands' skyline.