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Hawaii Travel Guide - Aloha! Hawaii - Hotels.Com

Published presents "Aloha! Hawaii", a series of gorgeous images of Hawaii, chosen as representations of this beautiful island paradise. Come see what the Aloha State has to offer! presents "Aloha! Hawaii", a series of gorgeous images of Hawaii, chosen as representations of this beautiful island paradise. Come see what the Aloha State has to offer!

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  • 1. “Aloha! Hawaii” Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 2. Did you know?
    The reef off of Ehukai Beach Park – known as the Pipeline – can produce the biggest barrel waves in the world, waves which regularly top 25 feet in height! Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 3. Did you know?
    Honolulu is the “largest” city in the world – but not by population. Honolulu’s borders contain the entire island of Oahu, all the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, and all of the ocean between. This means that Honolulu is about 1,500 miles long! Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 4. Did you know?
    To native Hawaiians, the humpback whale is a representation of the god Kanaloa - the god of all marine animals. Whale watching trips are a great way to spend an afternoon with family or friends. Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 5. Did you know?
    There are a total of 29 golf courses on Oahu. From beginners’ courses to those which will challenge even the best golfers in the world (three Oahu golf resorts recently hosted LPGA and Champions Tour events), all enjoy Oahu’s beautiful natural settings. Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 6. Did you know?
    Kauai is home to Waimea Canyon, often referred to as the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” This breathtaking canyon is the result of eons of rain erosion, creating the 10 mile long, 3000 feet deep canyon which was featured in the famous opening scene of Jurassic Park. Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 7. Did you know?
    A luau is a time-honored Hawaiian feast which includes traditional poi dishes made from pounded taro root, and Kalua Pork, which is a slow-roast pig cooked in an underground oven called an Imu. Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 8. Did you know?
    Three of Conde Nast’s Top 10 American Spas are located in Hawaii? You can enjoy world-class spa and restorative treatments while basking in the sun – right on the beach! Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 9. Did you know?
    The Hawaiian Islands are actually the peaks of the world’s tallest mountains? Visit Volcanoes National Park on the Big Island – a UNESCO World Heritage site – to get an up-close view of lava flowing to the sea. Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 10. Did you know?
    The waters off Maui are so gentle and so filled with beautiful sea life that many expert divers consider this to be the world’s best place to learn how to scuba dive – especially for kids! Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 11. Did you know?
    There are thousands of wedding planners in Hawaii who can help you plan every last detail of your dream Hawaii wedding, from flower arrangements to guest invitations. And once the ceremony is over, why not enjoy a Hawaiian honeymoon? Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 12. Did you know
    The Royal Hawaiian Hotel was opened in 1927, and it was the Hawaii residence or of President Franklin D. Roosevelt – the “Western White House” – and it boasts the bar that invented the Shirley Temple cocktail. Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 13. Did you know?
    “Waikiki” means “spouting fresh water” in Hawaiian, and it was named for the springs and streams that fed wetlands which once separated this part of Honolulu from the Oahu mainland. Presents: Aloha! Hawaii
  • 14. “Aloha Hawaii”
    Welcome to!
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