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Hawai‘i Island

Both East and West Hawai‘i Island provide good bases for touring. Hilo is well situated for excursions to the Hāmākua Coast, Mauna Kea, the Puna district, and Hawai‘i Volcanoes National…

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Honolulu & Waikīkī

Hawai‘i’s capital city has two focal points, the historic and business district of Downtown Honolulu and the world-famous resort of Waikīkī. The downtown area first gained prominence as a trading…

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Kaua‘i

It is no coincidence that the oldest of the major Hawaiian islands is also the most beautiful. Wind and water have had six million years to carve Kaua‘i into a…

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Maui

Maui is composed of two volcanoes connected by the Central Valley, the island’s population hub and the site of several attractions. The West Maui Mountains (Kahalawai) are actually a single,…

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Moloka‘i & Lāna‘i

The small island of Moloka‘i tends to be overlooked by vacationers scurrying between O‘ahu and Maui. Far less developed for tourism than its neighbors, Moloka‘i is the place to get…

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O‘ahu

Hawai‘i’s most visited island, O‘ahu has much to offer besides the clamor of humanity in Honolulu, Waikīkī, and the central ‘Ewa plain. The rest of the island is amazingly rural,…

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HAWAI‘I

Hawai‘i is, quite simply, America’s paradise. Its long stretches of white sand, crystal blue waters, swaying palms, and lush tropical rainforests dotted with pristine waterfalls attract millions of visitors each…

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U.S. VIRGIN ISLANDS

The U.S. Virgin Islands—St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix—may fly the American flag, but "America's Paradise" is in reality a mix of the foreign and familiar that offers something…

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