Aloha Tower Marketplace
Stretched out along a pier in Honolulu Harbor, you will want to see if you can reserve a table in one of the many restaurants at the water’s edge. Not only will you have access to great food, you’ll get the best view on the bay as the lightshow and fireworks spread out overhead.
Four Seasons Hualalai
Though patrons of this resort on the big island of Hawaii are the only intended beneficiaries of this spectacular pyrotechnic display, it’s also possible to see it from Queen Kaahumanu Highway to the southeast. It isn’t quite the same as seeing color explode over the water, but it’s also far less expensive than renting a room!
Unlike the Four Seasons in Kona, this show by the Grand Wailea Resort is open to the public. A short stroll down Maui’s scenic Wailea Coastal Walk will get you to the stretch of sand ideal for viewing the fireworks. You can light a small bonfire and cook up some campfire favorites, then lay back on the beach as the display kicks off at midnight.
Widely regarded as one of the best displays in the island chain, visibility and space are among the biggest benefits of coming to this spot on the island of Maui. A Four Seasons Resort takes up a portion of the land but, in general, the steep curve of Manele Bay almost acts like a natural amphitheater – it wraps around the warm coastal waters with enough open beach all the way around to accommodate thousands.
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