With all of its natural beauty, including mountain ranges, gorgeous beaches, and picturesque views around every corner, it is no wonder that Hawaii is a favorite vacation spot for everyone from America’s east coast to Japan or Korea.
1) Waimea Canyon
Waimea Canyon, located on Kauai, is often referred to as the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” – and absolutely no one is questioning why.
2) Mauna Kea Observatory
The night sky is the most stunning when viewed from 4,200 meters high, on top of Mauna Kea, a dormant volcano found on the island of Hawaii.
3) Na Pali Coast
There’s nothing quite like this stretch of coastline on Kauai’s northwest shore.
4) Hawaiian Rainbow
Not necessarily a place, but a list of jaw dropping places in Hawaii wouldn’t be complete without a Hawaiian rainbow, especially over the city.
5) Lanakai Beach
This beach, found on Oahu’s windward side, is consistently ranked as one of Hawaii’s best beaches.
6) Secret Cove
This stunning spot on Maui is the perfect way to start your day.
7) Ko'olau Mountains
When you are sick of looking out on the ocean, all you have to do is simply turn around.
8) Kilauea Caldera
This fiery attraction is located in the Big Island’s Volcano National Park, and is a must-see on the island.
9) Spouting Horn Kauai
Located on Kauai’s south shore, this blowhole is one of the island’s most photographed spots.
10) Kaena Point
This state park occupies the northwestern most tip of Oahu, and is only accessible by foot.
11) Akaka Falls State Park
This 422-foot waterfall is one of Hawaii’s most impressive, and easily accessible to those of all ages, with a paved staircase to the falls.
12) Sweetheart Rock
Located between Manele and Hulopoe Bay is a Lanai landmark, Puu Pehe, more commonly known as sweetheart rock.
13) Shark's Cove
One of Hawaii’s favorite snorkeling destinations, found on Oahu’s North Shore.
14) Mahana Bay
Most people have heard of Maui’s Black Sand Beach, but have you ever been to Hawaii Island’s lesser-known, but still impressive Green Sand Beach?
15) Kahakuloa Bay
Located off Maui’s Kahakili Highway, this bay is home to a small village with big views.
There is no doubt about it: the Aloha State is full to the brim with gorgeous weather, and even better views. Which is your favorite?