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Hilo

Hilo

Hilo is the warm, welcoming version of Hawaiian towns, which are normally keen on exploiting the tourism trade. Wailoa State Park ...

Honolulu

Honolulu

The most high profile and populated concentration in the state, Honolulu is vastly different from any other town on the island. It...

Lihue

Lihue

Lihue is Kauai's largest city, providing the island with an airport and a center for local business. It is also a great place t...

Maui

Maui

At 727 square-miles Maui, Hawaii is the 2nd-largest of the Hawaiian Islands. Maui had a resident population of 139,884 in 2006,...

Hawaii

The islands that make up the state of Hawaii seem to show visitors the many faces of Eden. The variety of jaw-dropping landscapes displays snow-white and jet-black beaches, plunging gorges, active volcanoes, tropical rainforests and clear warm pacific waters. It’s worth the trip just to see Hawaii, but there’s plenty to do as well, from diving and surfing to hiking on island peaks. Honolulu, the state’s capital is an inviting, if touristy city (but, of course, most of Hawaii is touristy), and the national parks are tropically delicious.