1. Culture Vultures
Polynesian Cultural Center
Located on Oahu's North Shore this entertaining and educational center offers activities such as games crafts, music, and dining, that will immerse you in Polynesian culture, arts, and customs.
Diamond Head Crater
Located on the Southeast coast of Oahu, this world-famous volcanic crater was given its name by British sailors in the 1800s who mistook the glittering calcite crystals in the lava rocks for diamonds.
Immerse yourself in Hawaii's royal heritage at this beautifully-restored palace built in 1882 by King Kalākaua, remembered as "the Merrie Monarch" because of his art patronage and penchant for socializing and entertaining.