Best Of Hawaii

Big Island: KapohoKine Adventures – Mauna Kea Stellar Explorer (Hilo)

Start your adventure in quaint Hilo town where you’ll drive along the historic waterfront before arriving at Rainbow Falls. This iconic waterfall right off a postcard features an 80 foot
7 Hours
Hilo

Big Island: KapohoKine Adventures – Mauna Kea Stellar Explorer (Kona/Kohala)

The adventure starts with an afternoon journey to Mauka Meadows Coffee Farm, home to the biggest name in coffee in Japan, Doutor. Learn all about the estate grown Kona Coffee
7 Hours
Hilo

Star Shows at the Four Seasons Resort – Wayfinding Polynesian Star Show – Ko Olina

Hop on the starlight express and don’t get left light-years behind. Reserve your place in the universe today. Join the thousands of people of all ages from all over the
1 Hour
Ko Olina

Star Shows at Marriott Beach Club – Star Party: Tour of the Universe – Ko Olina

Hop on the starlight express and don’t get left light-years behind. Reserve your place in the universe today. Join the thousands of people of all ages from all over the
1 Hour
Ko Olina

Maui: Haleakala Sunset Tour

For those guests who prefer to sleep in, the Haleakala Sunset Tour offers an equally dazzling show of light and color as the Haleakala Sunrise Tour but at twilight. On
8.5 Hours
Maui

Big Island: Mauna Kea Sunrise

Mauna Kea is the world's premier location for astronomical research. The clarity, stability, and darkness of our skies make this the home to the world's largest and most powerful, productive
6 Hours
Big Island

Kona: Maunakea Sunrise

Start your Hawaiian day like never before… from the top of the tallest volcano on earth. See the morning sky light up in brilliant shades of red, orange, purple and
7 Hours
Big Island

Hawaii is known for its extremely clear skies and it’s no wonder that the location has also become very popular for stargazers and scientists. Because of these extremely clear skies on the big Island, a variety of astronomical research takes place in Hawaii. The big Island of Hawaii is actually home to one of the world’s largest telescopes and a number of astronomers regularly provide tours of some of these facilities.

If you are interested in learning more about the stars or taking part in lectures from some of the world’s foremost astronomers, going to Hawaii can be an excellent idea. There are incredible tours available for amateur astronomers where you can even enjoy looking through the observatory or sitting in on presentations viewing imagery from across our known knowledge of the stars. Book your Hawaii Star shows today and enjoy one of the most amazing night skies you will ever see.