From a Waikiki rainbow to a wedding on Waimanalo Beach, here are some of our favorite Hawaii shots from the Travel Channel community.
It’s horseback-riding time on the beach in Maui. Several riding stables and working ranches are located on the Hawaiian island.
Take a tour of the USS Bowfin, the “Pearl Harbor Avenger,” at the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park at Pearl Harbor.
Somewhere over the rainbow … it’s time for sun and fun on Waikiki Beach.
Channel your inner spirit at the Byodo-In Temple, a non-denominational Buddhist temple on the island of Oahu.
Away from the bustle of Honolulu, life at Turtle Bay Resort on North Shore Oahu unfolds at, well, a turtle’s pace.
While living in Waikiki, Oahu, the best way to get around town is on a bike.
Huge lawns and panoramic views -- 2 great ways to keep the kids entertained at Kualoa Beach Park in Oahu.
A fiery dance accompanied one couple’s Maui honeymoon.
The longest stretch of sandy shoreline on Oahu, Waimanalo Beach is a great place to tie the knot. Just ask this couple.
Nicknamed “Turtle Beach,” Laniakea Beach is a well-known surfing spot on Oahu’s North Shore. But the star attraction here is -- you guessed it -- the beach’s turtles.
Revisit the first attack on the US during World War II at the USS Arizona Memorial in Honolulu.
They don’t call Hanauma Bay a snorkeler’s paradise for nothing. The bay is a protected marine life conservation area and underwater park.
A visitor sits atop one of the "pillboxes," the nickname for Lanikai Beach's WWII bunkers, on a hike overlooking the Oahu Beach.
A visitor goes paddle boarding on Maui’s clear, blue waters.