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No matter which Hawaiian island you choose to visit, or where you
prefer to stay, you'll have the opportunity to experience the time of your life in Hawaii,
just relax and enjoy the experience the Aloha State.
The capital of Hawaii is Honolulu, on the island of Oahu.
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Map of Hawaii - with TravelNotes Hotel Guide
Zoom in on the map to travel around the state and find where to stay.
Find out more about Hawaii before you travel there. Order tourist brochures and look at
where you'd like to stay.
Ahhh, Hawaii ... those 7 celebrated islands in the Pacific Ocean a
mere 5 hours from California.
And what do you get for those precious hours of flight? You get
year-round balmy temperatures between 80 and 90 degrees Fahrenheit.
You get infinite choices of activities and endless options of beaches.
You get boundless variations of climate to explore, from tropical
rainforests to snow capped mountains.
You get the worlds friendliest culture and most vivid history.
Hawaii by Cruise Ship.
Whether you just want a one night dinner and dance cruise or two weeks sailing around the
Hawaiian Islands dock in here for online cruise discounts.
Robert Bies is a frequent visitor to Hawaii and has put together this website to help
others plan a visit to paradise.
Hawaiian Island Hopping
After more than 60 years of serving Hawaii, Aloha Airlines is no
To Do in Hawaii:
Take a look at this excellent article, if you still need convincing.
Hawaiian Island To Visit:
So you're sold on Hawaii but don't know where to start - here's another excellent article
to help you to make a choice.
This is the site to tackle if you intend on swapping the surfboard for rod and line.
Snorkelling is one of the most popular activities in Hawaii - for good reason. Learn the
do's and don'ts.
a Kayak Adventure:
Kayaking is extremely popular here in Hawaii. Compared to boat rides or land tours, the
kayak is normally a very cheap alternative.
Beaches on the Big Island of Hawaii:
Some people who come to the Big Island of Hawaii could go home feeling a little
disappointed with the island if they aren't lucky enough to discover at least one really
good beach. Read the article to find the best ones.
Beaches on Maui:
Maui is second in popularity and visitors only to Oahu, and for good reason. Maui has a
little of something for everyone.
Beaches on Kaui:
Kauai is the Hawaiian island used by Hollywood the most to portray long, white, sandy
beaches and lush tropical areas. The island is covered with valleys, gulches, rivers,
mountains, gardens, waterfalls, parks, and even a canyon; but even with all that, the
beaches are still its best feature.
O'ahu's guarded beaches.
Hawaii is a chain of over 20 islands, of which the main islands
are Hawaii, Oahu, Kauai, Maui, and Molokai.
Hawaii's rugged slopes and abrupt changes in elevation are a result of
the erosion of the volcanic surfaces, by moving water. As stream erosion has heavily
dissected much of the lava surfaces, canyons lace many of the domes.
Sea cliffs cut by waves form a spectacular edge to parts of the
islands and waterfalls several hundred meters high are not uncommon on the Hawaiian
Hawaii's primary industry is tourism mainly due to the incredible
beauty and year-round mild temperatures of the islands.
Hawaii - The Islands of Aloha:
Hawaii's beautiful islands, courtesy of the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau.
(The Big Island)
The Big Island is the newest and largest of the Hawaiian Islands. It boasts black, green,
and white sand beaches; one of the most active volcanoes in the world; and 11 of the
worlds 13 climates. It even snows here on the mountains.
The ultimate guidebook to the Big Island of Hawaii.
on the Kohala Coast:
Choose a hotel on Big Island's South Kohala Coast.
Book a Kona hotel online to save yourself time and money.
Kauai, sometimes called the 'Garden Isle' because of its lush tropical
vegetation, is heavily eroded into a spectacular scenery of mountains, canyons, cliffs,
and waterfalls. The floor of Waimea Canyon is more than 800m below the surface of the
As a result of this intense erosion, Kauai is particularly rugged;
with the only lowlands formed as a thin coastal fringe.
The topography of the island also creates extreme variations in
precipitation from one location to another. While Mount Waialeale receives 1,234cm of rain
annually, making it one of the world's wettest spots, Waimea only receives about 50cm
annually; yet these two sites on Kauai are only 25km apart.
It's this dramatic physical environment that attracts an increasing
number of visitors to Kauai each year.
Explore the scenic 'Garden Isle' of Kauai with international award-winning professional
photographer and Kauai island resident, David Allio. Photography courses are open to all
skill levels, film and digital users. Private instruction is also available.
Possible discounts for Travel Notes members.
(The Garden Isle)
Kauai is a lush green island with long beaches and large gardens and is the oldest
Book Kauai hotels online to save yourself time and money.
The ultimate guidebook to the island of Kauai.
Lanai is a very small and quiet island. Lanai is the ultimate hideaway - good for
Book Lanai hotels online to save yourself time and money.
(The Valley Isle)
In Maui there is plenty of nightlife to accompany the days pursuit of gorgeous beaches and
huge volcanic craters.
Book Maui hotels online to save yourself time and money.
The ultimate guidebook to the island of Maui.
(The Friendly Isle)
Molokai is a small, quiet island with long, empty beaches. Home of Father Damiens famous
Book Molokai hotels online to save yourself time and money.
Niihau: (Forbidden Island)
Unless invited you cannot stay on this tiny island.
Oahu is the most populated Hawaiian island, and also the most frequently visited. There
are many historic military sites and of course many beautiful beaches and hotels.
The ultimate guidebook to the island of Oahu.
Oahu Visitors Bureau:
Oahu is the sun and fun capital of the Hawaiian islands with an array of sea, land and
sporting activities from which to choose. Visitors will enjoy hiking through rainforests,
biking along mountain ranges and swimming in the azure blue waters of the Pacific.
Hotels by: Hotel
Out and About Around Hawaii
and Discovering Hawaii: (Maui & Molokai)
Much more a guide to the physical beauty of Maui and Molokai than a guide to hotels and
restaurants, every beach on both islands is described in detail and the majority of them
are pictured in stunning photography.
Getting Married in Hawaii:
Want to get married or renew your marriage vows in Hawaii? It's easier and cheaper than
you think. Here's what to do.
The Hawaiian language is a very old and beautiful language. It is spoken only in Hawaii
and is one of the officially recognised languages. (The other is English). Although
Hawaiian is an official language you will not hear it spoken ordinarily. More likely would
be to hear it sung, or chanted (as in hula dances).
By learning the meaning of the words, your Hawaiian cultural experience - be it hula or
song - is bound to be more inspired and meaningful.
Learn a little about Hawaii's hula, the luau, and lei giving.
Marine and ocean sports news.
Honolulu's weekly alternative for arts and culture.
Kilauea Volcano (pronounced "kil ah way ah") has been erupting for 17 years
straight on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Many exciting photographs from Hawaii of waterfalls, lava, scenery and the oceans to make
you feel as if you are here.
Surf Guide Hawaii:
Online source for Hawaiian surf break information and knowledge, created by locals with
Hawaiian waves and information for beginners and experts alike.
Taste of Hawaii:
Not everyone can go to Hawaii, so bring the Luau to you. Terrific food ideas, with much
more than pineapple to brighten things up.
The Coffee Times:
Monthly articles to help you discover a different angle on Hawaii.
Surf reports from Hawaii Weather Today.
The whales arrive at Maui around November and stay through April.
Watching in Hawaii:
Hawaiian waters are full of whales all year long. The humpback whales only migrate here
from December through May but pilot whales, sperm whales, false killer whales, pygmy
killer whales, beaked whales, and melon headed whales are always around.
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Browse Amazon's best-selling list of books on travel in Hawaii.
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