21 Epic Views of Hawaii You Will Never Forget
Hawaii is the best place in the United States to see beautiful views. The thought of lush rainforests, clear waters, and sandy beaches comes to mind easily. But these islands are more than just a place to visit in the warm weather. You will see the colorful, jagged cliffs of the Na Pali Coast, which were formed by volcanic activity; molten lava from the Halemaumau Crater crashing into the cool waters of the Pacific; and the deep, colorful gorge of Waimea Canyon.
Hawaii Scenery: Mauna Loa Observatory, Big Island
Mauna Loa’s peak is over 11,000 feet (3352.8 meters) high and is thought to be the largest volcano on Earth. If you drive up to the observatory at the top, you can see amazing views.
Hawaii Scenery: Diamond Head, Oahu
Take the Diamond Head Trail to the top of Oahu’s volcanic tuff cone, which is right next to the coast, and you’ll get a great view of both Waikiki and the Pacific Ocean. Diamond Head is thought to be about 200,000 years old. It was made by a volcanic eruption.
Hawaii Scenery: Halemaumau Crater, Big Island
In Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, the lava lake in Kilauea’s Halemaumau Crater has been getting bigger. People come to see the lava and molten rock that flow across the floor 100 feet (30.4 meters) below the next crater.
Hawaii Scenery: Kualoa Ranch, Oahu
Kualoa Ranch has it all: over 4,000 acres of lush plants, tall mountains, and wide views of the ocean.
Hawaii Scenery: Pu’u Pehe, Lanai
Pu’u Pehe, also called Sweetheart Rock, is a red, triangular sea stack that is one of Lanai’s most famous landmarks. It is just off the peninsula that separates Manele Bay from its neighbor Hulopo Bay.
Hawaii Scenery: Waipio Valley Lookout, Big Island
Waipio Valley Lookout is the place to go for sweeping views of Waipio Valley and the area around it. Take the Waimanu or Muliwai Trail if you want to get closer to the valley floor, which is 2,000 feet (609.6 meters) below the tall mountains.
Hawaii Scenery: Waimea Canyon, Kauai
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Waimea Canyon is so deep and colorful that it has been called the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” The massive gorge is about 10 miles (16 km) long and 3,000 feet (914.4 m) deep. The best place to see it is from the edge of a mountain.
Hawaii Scenery: Seven Sacred Pools, Maui
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Deep in the thick forest of Oheo Gulch, there are seven swimming pools hidden in the landscape. Waterfalls lead from one pool to the next.
Hawaii Scenery: Nāpali Coast, Kauai
On Hawaii’s oldest island, you can feel like you’re in a different world. Sharp, jagged mountains hug the coast, and the steep mountain sides are colored by sediments of different colors.
Hawaii Scenery: The Road to Hana, Maui
From Kahului to Hana, the Hana Highway (also called the Road to Hana) winds through the tropical mountains of Maui for more than 60 miles (96.5 km). Make sure to stop along the way for sunsets that will blow your mind.
Hawaii Scenery: Hanauma Bay, Oahu
Hanauma Bay was named the best beach in America in 2016, and it’s not hard to see why. It has a large crescent-shaped bay, white sand beaches, and incredibly blue water.
Hawaii Scenery: Kee Beach at sunset, Kauai
In Hena State Park, the beach is lit up by golden colors. On Kauai’s North Shore, the Kuhio Highway ends at Kee Beach, which is called the “end of the road.”
Hawaii Scenery: Haiku Stairs, Oahu
The Haiku Stairs, which are also called the “Stairway to Heaven,” have some of the best views of Oahu. But visitors have to climb up a steep, 4,000-step trail on the Koolau mountain range. This is thought to be the best and most dangerous hike in Hawaii.
Hawaii Scenery: Haleakalā, Maui
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The island of Maui is mostly made up of Haleakal, which is a huge shield volcano. At nearly 10,000 feet (3,048 meters) above sea level, this spot has stunning views at sunrise and sunset.
Hawaii Scenery: Hanalei, Kauai
Hanalei is a small, quiet beach town on the North Shore. It is surrounded by lush forests and lots of green plants. What could be more peaceful?
Hawaii Scenery: Makapu’u Lookout, Oahu
From Makapu’u Point, the island’s easternmost point, you can see Makapuu Beach Park, Rabbit Island, and the high sea cliffs that run west along the coast.
Hawaii Scenery: Nu’uanu Pali, Oahu
Nu’uanu Pali is a popular place to look at the scenery of Oahu. From there, you can see the whole of Nu’uanu Valley, the Koolau mountain range, and the windward coast of Oahu.
Honokohau Falls, Maui
Honokohau Falls is the tallest waterfall on Maui. It drops 335.2 meters, or 1,100 feet, to a valley floor that can’t be reached. Because it is so far away, the only way to get there is by helicopter.
Hawaii Scenery: Chinaman’s Hat, Oahu
Mokolii is a small island in Kaneohe Bay. It is also known as Chinaman’s Hat. It is only a third of a mile (half a kilometer) from Kualoa Point.
Hawaii Scenery: Kīlauea Point, Kauai
A trip to the Klauea Point National Wildlife Refuge isn’t complete without a stop at the famous lighthouse, which is a tall, white building on a cliff high above the ocean that was made by volcanic activity.
Hawaii Scenery: Ko Olina Resort, Oahu
As you might have guessed, a picture of palm trees, blue skies, and sandy beaches is hard to beat.
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