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Hawaii at a Glance
Situated on the southern shore of Oahu, the Honolulu area includes the historic Pearl
Harbor, the downtown business district, the shops and restaurants of Chinatown, the
760-foot-high extinct volcanic crater called Diamond Head, and the 1.5-mile Waikiki Beach,
perhaps the world's most famous beach
Graced with a garland of white sandy beaches woven along the waves of
the majestic Pacific Ocean, Honolulu is a spellbinding vacation and business hot spot
drenched in the aloha spirit.
Lodging comes in all price ranges -- from functional hostels with dorm
style accommodations to luxury hotels. The best way to avoid disappointment, and stay
within your budget, is to book well in advance.
Maui's endless days of sunshine and balmy year-round temperatures make it the ideal
destination for a visit anytime during the year. Most travelers arrive during the summer
and the period between Christmas and Easter.
With 80 gorgeous beaches nestled along a 120-mile coastline, Maui sings
a siren song to every stripe of traveler. The second-largest island in the Hawaiian chain,
this tropical Eden offers a bounty of natural beauty, a wide array of leisure activities,
and plenty of lodging.
Ehukai Beach Park
Hanalei Valley Lookout
Heavenly Road to Hana
Island of Lanai
Magic of Polynesia
Maui Ocean Center
Maui Sunset Dinner Cruises
Maui Tropical Plantation
Mauna Kea Summit
Na Pali Coast
National Memorial Cemetery
Old Koloa Town
Pearl Harbor's Arizona Memorial
Pololu Valley Lookout
Polynesian Cultural Center
Puuhonua O Honaaunau
Sea Life Park Hawaii
Waimea Valley Adventure Park
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Hawaii: A Guide to the Islands: by Lottie Tagupa.
Although Oahu is not the
largest of the Hawaiian Islands, it is the most populated and the most visited. The vast
majority of accommodations are located in a two-mile stretch on the south shore of Oahu
Hawaii Vacation Tips: by Lottie Tagupa.
Getting the most out of the time and money you spend while vacationing
can be the difference between a good vacation and a great vacation. Consider these Hawaii travel tips when planning your trip to
the Hawaiian Islands.
Hawaiian Island Airports: by Lottie Tagupa.
There is no large-scale ferry service between the islands because of
the distance between them, not to mention the ocean conditions that exist in Hawaii.
Therefore inter-island air travel must be fast,
efficient and frequent.
Hiking Diamond Head: by Lottie Tagupa.
The trail up the dormant volcano is scenic, adventurous and best of all
free. The 0.7-mile hike up Diamond
Head is considered a moderate climb. Itll take about an hour to reach the
summit, and half that time for the return.
Sightseeing Oahu the Trolley Way: by Lottie Tagupa.
One of the best ways for those who are interested in a simplified
method of getting to all the hot spots on Oahu is by the Waikiki Trolley - the fun way to get around
Volcanoes - The Fiery Side of Hawaii: by Margaret Malsam.
Rivers of fiery red molten lava pour down the slopes of the volcano,
lighting up the inky blackness of the night. As it slithers into the ocean, billows of
steam rise around the fiery spectacle like a protective fog.
Take a Big
Island volcano tour from Oahu on a day trip to Hawaii's Volcanoes National Park.
Kauai: The Old and the New: by Sandra Carpenter.
Maybe the ingredients you seek in a vacation mimic those of a good
marriage: love; luck; lust; and laughter. That recipe makes up the sweet confection that
Love, Hawaiian Style: by Adam and Linda Jackson.
In addition to being one of the most popular honeymoon destinations in
the world, Hawaii is also one of the easiest (and most romantic) places to recite or renew your vows, or
participate in a commitment ceremony.
Maui Weather: by Adam and Linda Jackson.
Like all of the Hawaiian Islands, Maui has a dry Leeward (western) side
and a wet Windward (eastern) side. Unlike the other islands, Maui has two of each.
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