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Travel Nursing Jobs in Hawaii

Hawaii is a fantastic place for active nurses and clinicians who are ready to see the world. With an incredibly high demand for nurses, which is expected to increase, Hawaii has endless employment opportunities. MSS, LLC has a such a large presence in Hawaii, that it’s practically our second home! We have allied health and travel nursing jobs available now. Apply today to see if Hawaii is the right fit.

Within the 7 islands, countless tourist attractions await. From beaches to monumental sites, you can always find something amazing to do in Hawaii. Check out some of our favorite Hawaii destinations below.

Our Favorite Spots

Waikiki Beach & Diamond Head State Monument – Waikiki, HI
Waikiki, with its beautiful stretch of oceanfront beach, is Hawaii’s biggest tourist attraction. A suburb of Honolulu, Waikiki is popular for its big resorts, dining, entertainment, and shopping. The Waikiki Historic Trail includes historic markers made of surfboards, inspired by Waikiki’s own Duke Kahanamoku, an Olympic gold medalist swimmer and avid surfer. The boardwalk, known as the Waikiki Beach Walk, is lined with cafes and entertainment venues, while Kuhio and KalaKaua Avenues are where the bulk of the area’s restaurants and boutiques can be found. Diamond Head State Monument sits at the end of the crescent-shaped beach, creating a distinctive profile on the coastline. It was once an important vantage point for the island’s coastal defense, and a steep hike to the top brings you to the old bunkers and artillery control station and rewards your efforts with panoramic views. (Planetware)

Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial – Oahu, HI
Pearl Harbor is a National Historic Landmark and active military base that earned its place in history for the 1941 attack, which killed 1,177 servicemen on the USS Arizona. The site is now home to several attractions that are part of the World War II Valor in the Pacific Monument, including the USS Arizona Memorial, which floats above the remains of the sunken ship – parts of which can be seen protruding from the water. There is no cost for a tour of the memorial, however reservations are recommended due to its popularity. The Pearl Harbor Visitor Center has free admission and is the meeting place for tours, including transportation to the Pacific Aviation Museum on Ford Island, where visitors can see WWII aircraft and artifacts, as well as experience landing an airplane on an aircraft carrier in a flight simulator. Other attractions include the USS Oklahoma, USS Utah, and the Battleship USS Missouri whose deck can be toured by visitors. (Planetware)

Haleakala National Park – Maui, HI
Located on Maui, Haleakala National park offers access to the inactive Haleakala Volcano, which stands at over 10,000 feet. Views from the summit stretch across the entire island and are particularly beautiful at sunrise. The dormant crater is exposed, showing a lunar-like landscape, while other areas of the park are covered in subtropical rain forests, which are home to endangered species. Visitors can explore the many hiking trails freely or sign up for guided ranger-led tours, and the more adventurous can spend the night in the park, surrounded by one of Hawaii’s most impressive landscapes.(Planetware)

Waimea Canyon State Park – Kauai, HI
Waimea Canyon, located on the west side of the island of Kauai, is often referred to as the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” The canyon stretches over ten miles long, reaches depths of 3,600 feet, and is a mile wide at some points. This dramatic spectacle can be viewed best from the two main lookouts, Puu ka Pele and Puu hinahina. The canyon’s landscape features rock strata in varying colors and several stunning waterfalls. Guided tours along the many challenging hiking trails and rafting tours that explore the river below are available, and there are additional trails for all skill levels at the nearby Kokee State Park. (Planetware)

Road to Hana – Maui, HI
The dramatic Hana Road, officially named Hana Highway, is a scenic 52-mile stretch of highway on the island of Maui that winds from Pāʻia through lush forests and along the coast to the remote town of Hana. This trip is worthwhile both for the sightseeing along the stunning drive, the things to do along the way, and the visit to the town itself. Attractions along the route include numerous hiking trails, waterfalls, scenic overlooks, and beaches. Hana’s location, relatively cut off from the rest of the island, has allowed it to maintain more of a traditional Hawaiian culture than other towns. (Planetware)

Waimea Arboretum & Botanical Garden – Oahu, HI
Oahu’s Wiamea Arboretum and Botanical Garden is famous for its exotic collection of flora that you will not find anywhere else in the world. It features 36 major botanical collections, all collected in a valley ranges in elevation from sea level to 1,000 feet. One of the most exciting things that you can enjoy here is their Moon Walk tour each month. Join this tour that starts at 8:30 PM and witness rare Hawaiian flowers blooming under the beautiful moonlight. (Attractions of America)

Panaewa Rainforest Zoo – Hawaii, HI
Known as the one and only natural tropical rainforest zoo in the United States, Panaewa Rainforest Zoo lets you experience some of the world’s most exotic creatures in their natural habitats. Your children will love playing with the animals at the petting zoo and you will enjoy watching zoo keepers feed the tigers during Tiger Feeding sessions. (Attractions of America)

Kilauea National Wild Refugee – Hawaii, HI
Established in 1985, this preserve was made to enhance seabird nesting colonies and is now one of the most visited places in Hawaii. Here you will also encounter the beautiful Kilauea Lighthouse which was built in 1913. Go bird watching through observation scopes and binoculars and see some of the most exotic birds you have ever seen. Visit the displays at the Kilauea Point Contact Station and Visitor Center to learn more about the park’s birds, wildlife and plants. (Attraction of America)

Moloka’i’s Kalaupapa National Historical Park – Maui, HI
Established in 1980, the Kalaupapa National Historical Park pays homage to the Kalaupapa and Kalawao Settlements, the late Saint Damien and all helpers, and the residents that have suffered from Hansen’s Disease (Leprosy). Kalaupapa in Moloka’i is a remote destination that embodies a spirituality full of natural Hawaiian beauty and serves as a symbol of contemplation for those who suffered from diseases that were brought to the Hawaiian people that did not have immunities to Western illnesses. Since 1866, Kalaupapa housed more than 8,000 people that died from Hansen’s Disease. (Attractions of America)

Dole Pineapple Plantation – Oahu, HI
Originally operated as a fruit stand beginning in 1950, Dole Plantation opened to the public as Hawaii’s “Pineapple Experience” in 1989. Today, Dole Plantation is one of Oahu’s most popular visitor attractions and welcomes more than one million visitors a year. Dole Plantation provides enjoyable activities for the entire family, including the Pineapple Express Train Tour, the Plantation Garden Tour, and the Pineapple Garden Maze. Also popular are informational displays and presentations, as well as our plantation country store offering a wide variety of Dole Plantation gifts, local favorites, foods and refreshments including the world-famous DoleWhip®. And, before you leave you can purchase fresh pineapple to take home. (Planetware)

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