Is It Safe To Travel To Hawaii Now: Anxiety About Hawaii Vacations?

Breathtaking Hawaii Vacations in 3D, Virtual Reality + Live

If you’re ready for a break from today’s crazy world, so are we. And we know that Hawaii vacations remain in your hearts and your minds whether you are traveling here this year or not.

In addition to or instead of visiting us here in Hawaii right now, there are many new ways to experience Hawaii vacations today, virtually like never before. Those include a 3D tour of Iolani Palace in Honolulu and Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island, just for starters.

There is also a plethora of gorgeous Hawaii webcams located throughout the state, found in some of the most iconic spots. We’ve included these in today’s post.

Hawaii Vacations Live in Virtual Reality

Unique: Explore lava tubes, fly over the volcano, and more.

Step into the only official royal residence in the United States.

Hawaii Webcams

Oahu Webcams Including Waikiki Beach

Please note that the Duke Kahanamoku statue cam is no longer operational.

1. Waikiki Beach webcam.

2. Waikiki Aquarium.

3. Banzai Pipeline webcam.

4. Waimea Bay webcam.

5. Duke Kahanamoku Beach webcam.

Maui Webcams

1. Kaanapali Beach webcam below and here.

2. Lahaina Harbor webcam.

3. Paia Bay webcam. Rustic beach not far from Kahului.

4. Wailea Beach webcam.

Kauai Webcams

1. Haena Beach webcam.

2. Poipu Beach webcam.

Big Island Webcams

1. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. Panoramic view of Halemaumau.

2. Kailua-Kona. Near the pier.

3. Mauna Kea. Webcams at the weather center.

More ways to experience Hawaii virtually.

1. Music. We’ve been listening to Hawaiian music online for years. Try these or suggest others. Hawaiian Rainbow Radio.  It comes in both free and paid versions. Spotify Hawaiian music. A wide range of listening options.

2. Follow Hawaii weather online.

3. Adopt the use of Hawaii’s Shaka greeting, for now, instead of elbow bumps or other greetings.

Let us know how you experience Hawaii virtually.

Updated 8/8/21.

26 thoughts on “Breathtaking Hawaii Vacations in 3D, Virtual Reality + Live”

  1. Thanks for the views. also, pandora offers hawaiian and island music options for free if you can handle an ad now and then.

  2. Aloha, Big Fan, Please advise. Want to cancel upcoming trip from Maui to Sacramento on Hawaiian airlines, main cabin, basic, do to delta virus and wife immune compromised. Hawaiian stating will not give travel credit. Any hope, help, Mahalo, David from Lahaina

    1. Hi David.

      For their basic economy the rules state, “Main Cabin Basic tickets are non-changeable and non-refundable. Tickets may be cancelled 7 or more days prior to departure without penalty if requested within 24 hours of purchase.”


  3. I also love looking at the Hilton’s webcam which overlooks Waikiki and the Diamond Head. So gorgeous! The camera is also controllable, so you can explore different preset location around the beach. Neat!

  4. Thank you so much for sharing this information and I love the web cams and pictures.
    I can get a little piece of paradise everyday. Thank you !

  5. Aloha from Big Island on the Eastern Coastline! We have a new Black sand beach created from the Lava flow in 2018 down in Pohoiki with a lifeguard station. We also have a webcam looking over Kehena Black Sand Beach

  6. Mahalo for the reminder to visit the webcams! I was fortunate enough to visit the islands for my annual trip in February. I can say that listening to Hawaiian Radio on Pandora is very calming. It’s my go to at work every day of the years. Take care and God Bless. Aloha

  7. Aloha and mahalo for always giving us up to the minute information on Hawaii. I think this is a great idea you’re sharing & a nice alternative to avoid people coming to Hawaii right now. I’m a 15 year resident on the Big Island I wanted to mention that you forgot the Mauna Kea webcam, there’s lots going on up there! I watch a regularly. Thanks for your service.

    Warm aloha~Jen H.

  8. Mahalo for taking the time to share virtual Hawaii with us. It is wonderful!

    Much Aloha to you, until we meet again.

  9. Great suggestions. We’ve been going to Maui for 25+ years, and always use those suggestions until we return. I would suggest Israel Kamakawiwo’ole radio on spotify and the webcam at Charley Young beach on Maui.
    Jim & Leslie

    P.S. Hope we can get there in June

    1. KPOA AM 650 was changed several times until it was changed to KORL AM 650 in about 1960 as a Rock & Roll station… It had a long history at Date Street in Honolulu on the Iolony School campus…

  10. Thank you so much! The Hyatt Regency Kauai used to have one. I miss it! Stay safe and healthy!


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