·Punaluu Black Beach: Punaluwu Black Beach is a rare black sand beach. The frequent activities of the volcano create a unique black sand. The leisurely turtles on the beach are also a highlight here, but visitors can only look far and distance, prohibiting close contact and disturbing turtles. The leisurely turtles on the beach are also a highlight here, but visitors can only look far and distance, prohibiting close contact and disturbing turtles.
·Hawaii Volcanoes National Park: Two modern active volcanoes, Kilauea and Mauna Loa, are the main components of this park. The park is diverse in terrain, with volcanoes, deserts and forests. The violent eruption of the volcano constantly changes the surrounding landscape, and it is a great visual impact to see the volcanic eruption with your own eyes!
·Pearl Harbor: The place where the Pearl Harbor incident occurred during World War II. Come here to learn about the history of World War II. The Pearl Harbor incident was on the morning of December 7, 1941, when the Japanese Joint Fleet aircraft and mini-submarine suddenly attacked the US Naval Base Pearl Harbor and the US Army and Navy’s airport on Oahu, Hawaii.
·Honolulu: Honolulu, also known as Honolulu, was born in the early days and was shipped back to China. It was called Honolulu by the Chinese. The high-rise buildings here are built according to the sea, and the proper sea view building opens to any window facing the sea to see the beautiful scenery.
·Dinosaur Bay: Dinosaur Bay is a favorite place for people coming to Hawaii to dive, with shallow water, small waves, lots of fish, natural coral reefs and tropical fish. Because tourists often feed fish, the fish in Dinosaur Bay is both large and fat, and the courage is big. They often hear tourists complain that the fish here is very bad. When you have fish food on your hand, it will come to your hand to eat, but you are in the palm of your hand.