1. Hawaii: Self-Guided Driving Tours Bundle
Access this bundle of self-guided driving tours around the Hawaiian islands of O’ahu, Maui, and Kauai. Discover the islands on your own personal adventure, and see the unique charms and beauty of each. On O’ahu, begin in the city of Honolulu and get your first taste of local culture, revisit the events of the attack on Pearl Harbor, and see the former royal palace. Continue towards some stunning beaches followed by a stop at a giant volcanic crater. At all locations, admire the fantastic scenery. As you drive, hear learn about the power struggle between Kamehameha’s and his rival Kalanikūpule, which reached its crescendo on the towering cliffs of O’ahu. Spot some tranquil waterfalls and pass through a sleepy town where a former president used to spend his winters. On Maui, immerse yourself in Hawaiian history, culture, and legends, including the myth of the demigod who pulled the island out of the ocean. Drive to some of the most demanding surfing destinations on the island. Hear about the ancient traditions of Hawaiian society and changes in modern times. Explore the coastal Road to Hana, featuring astonishing bays and beaches, as well as some scenic hiking trails like the Waikamoi Ridge Trail. After you pass the sparkling Waikani Falls, you’ll also have the chance to visit the village where Beatle George Harrison chose to retire Discover the island of Kauai that has for a long time been one of Hawaii’s hidden gems. This island is home to a strange blend of pristine wilderness and remnants of a bygone era. One moment you’ll be watching sea turtles bask on a beach or snapping photos of a tunnel made of dense trees, and the next you’ll find yourself in an old, restored sugar mill town or looking at the remains of a Russian fort. You’ll also get a glimpse into Kauai’s equally peculiar history, full of twists and turns you might not expect. To add that extra eclectic flavor to your Hawaiian vacation, Kauai is a must-visit.