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There’s more to Hawaii than pineapples and hula skirts. With six islands to explore (Hawaii’s Big Island, Maui, Lanai, Molokai, Oahu, and Kauai) the Pacific’s paradise offers more than its share of breathtaking views. Take the many volcanoes that helped make up the islands, some of which are still active. That’s not the reasons locals are shaking in their skirts though. Hula dancing is Hawaii’s bread and butter. Nobody can shake it like these girls or guys for that matter. But you’re   More...


Kailua-Kona, commonly called Kona, is a major tourist destination town on the Big Island of Hawaii.Get around

Traffic was pretty minor before but is not so in Kona. Driving in tourist-oriented areas can be slow, but the town is generally not large enough to have serious congestion. Walking is a great way to move from place to place if you're taking in features of the town. But you should rent a car because there are some place where there is only lava.


There is great snorkeling at a local beach park called Kahaluu.   More...

Getting Around

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Hawaii is the only state in the U.S. with Interstate Highways that don't connect to another state. They are H-1, H-2, and the newest one H-3, all located on the island of Oahu.

By plane

Honolulu International Airport  is the main aviation gateway for the Hawaiian Islands. The airport's Main Terminal is served by most major American airlines from the mainland U.S, and by many international airlines from other countries around the Pacific Rim. Its Interisland Terminal is the home of Hawaiian Airlines and Aloha Airlines,   More...


Honolulu, on the island of Oahu, is the largest city in the state of Hawaii. It is the government, transportation, and commercial center for the state, and home to its best known tourist destination, Waikiki Beach.

The last thing you'd expect to find in the middle of the Pacific Ocean is a thriving world-class city, with a beach that rivals any in the world. But Honolulu, the capital and commercial center of the   More...


Hilo is on the Big Island of Hawaii. The county seat and largest city in Hawaii County, Hilo is the one of the best starting points to explore the eastern half of the island, including Hawaii Volcanoes National Park.


 • Akaka Falls: An amazing waterfall a few miles north of Hilo along Highway 19.
 • Pacific Tsunami Museum: The Pacific Tsunami Museum serves as a living memorial, and a reminder for a generation yet to experience such fright. Tsunamis, Japanese for harbor waves are a fact of life in Hawaii,    More...


Oahu is the third largest of the islands of Hawaii (the Big Island and Maui are both larger), located in the United States of America, and the most popular tourist destination. As the location of Honolulu, the state capital, and as home to over 85% of the state's population, the island is appropriately nicknamed "The Gathering Place."

Nicknamed "the Gathering Place," and home to the only real metropolitan area in the Hawaiian Islands, Oahu is truly at the heart of Hawaii. This has been both a blessing and a curse for the island.

On the   More...


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