On this tour your visit to the Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor will transport you to the morning of December 7, 1941 as you re-live the moment that thrust America into World War II. At the Arizona Memorial Visitor Center, Hawaii's number one visitor attraction, you will view the film of the attack and browse through the historic artifacts on display.
You don’t need to be an environmentalist to appreciate the value of leaving a small footprint on the places you visit. In fact, you’d be in line with the Native Hawaiian concept of “malama aina” or caring for the land. At the Iao Needle State Park in Central Maui, the mist descends upon the “needle” giving the historical site an almost mystical feeling, while the adjacent Nature Center offers an easy rainforest hike and a chance to learn about life in ancient Hawaii.
From its heavenly beaches to its scenic natural wonders, there are plenty of reasons why Maui has been voted “Best Island” by readers of Conde Nast Traveler for nineteen years. On Maui, you’ll have plenty of chances to try an array of outdoor adventures you’ve never experienced before. Not enough time to do it all? You can always come back for more. For most visitors, their first adventures on this miraculous island are rarely their last.