The Aloha State
When To Go: April through November is the warmest half of the year--75-88 degrees; December through March is the colder season with the heaviest rainfall--50-low 60s.
*Oahu-U.S.S. Arizona Memorial (Pearl Harbor); Waimea Falls; Honolulu Zoo; Waikiki Aquarium; U.S.S. Bowfin Submarine Museum; U.S. Army Museum, Ft. DeRussy; Sea Life Park Hawaii; Diamond Head State Monument
*Kauai-Kilauea National Wildlife Refuge; Kauai Museum; Kokee Natural History Museum; Waimea Canyon
*Hawaii-Hawaii Volcaoes National Park; Panaewa Rain Forest Zoo; Hawaiian Tropical Botanical Gardens; Volcano Art Center; Wailoa Center
*Maui-Iao Valley State Monument; Whale Center of the Pacific; Maui Tropical Plantation; Lahaina Restoration Foundation
*Molokai-Kalaupapa Settlement; Molokai Ranch Wildlife Conservation Park; Molokai Museum and Cultural Center
*Lanai-The Pinapple Island; the Garden of the Gods; Shipwreck Beach; Shark Island