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Hawaii , United States


Destinations in Hawaii (8)

  • Big Island, Hawaii

    Hawaii, the island, is Hawaii’s “Big Island.” It is more than twice as big as all the other major Hawaiian islands combined. It also has two of Hawaii’s tallest mountains, Mauna Kea (13,796 feet) and Mauna Loa (13,679 feet), one of the world’s...

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  • Kauai, Hawaii

    Kauai is Hawaii's "Garden of Eden," alternately known as the "Garden Isle." It is the tropical paradise people dream about, with lush valleys and towering green mountains, cascading waterfalls and freshwater lagoons, secluded...

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  • Lanai, Hawaii

    Lanai is first and foremost a "private island" (which Bill Gates “rented” for his honeymoon in 1994—yes, the whole island!), owned in its entirety by a single entity, Castle & Cooke Company. It is also a paradox, at once...

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  • Maui, Hawaii

    Maui is an incredible draw, and always has been. But the throngs of visitors have hardly dampened its appeal. In fact, the word from the islands is that Maui is "no ka oi!" ("the best")! Island residents and visitors...

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  • Molokai, Hawaii

    Molokai may well be the most Hawaiian of the Hawaiian islands, and as far away from the rat race as you can get. It was one of Hawaii’s first islands to be inhabited, yet, in the absence of any resort development and the “...

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  • Oahu, Hawaii

    Oahu is Hawaii's "Aloha Island," its "Gathering Place," its melting pot. It's the hub of the islands where a majority of Hawaii's population resides. It has in it Hawaii's only metropolis, Honolulu, and the islands' most...

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