A photo of a beach in Hawaii

Moon Hawaiian Islands Photo Contest

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Pu'ukohola Heiau was the last large heiau built before the dissolution of the Hawaiian religious system.

Hawai‘i’s Best Historical and Cultural Sites

To truly experience Hawai‘i, you need to understand its people and place in the modern world. Hawai‘i’s relatively short history has been tumultuous and prosperous, war-torn yet rich. Its museums, historic sites, and artifacts all have compelling stories to tell. Learn more about what sites are worth your while here.

Large white clouds gather over a faraway island that nearly blends in with the blue of the ocean.

Ni‘ihau: The Forbidden Island of Hawaii

Known as Hawaii’s “Forbidden Island,” Ni‘ihau is in reality privately owned, passed down through generations by the Robinson family. Learn more about the island including the limited ways one is permitted on shore.