How Big is Kauai?

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Geography Kauai is 619.96 square miles in size with 108.2 resident per square mile. The physical size of Kauai makes it the fourth largest Hawaiian island. The highest point of the island tops out at 5,243 feet above sea level. Kauai has its own version of the Grand Canyon called Waimea Canyon, which measures at 3,000 feet deep. Population Kauai … Read More

How Big is Maui?

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Maui is the second-largest in Hawaii. The island has a population of 144,444 people and is the third most popular island in Hawaii. According to a report in The Guardian, this is one of the five best places to live in the world. Maui was named by the Native Hawaiian people. This island follows the legion of Hawai’iloa and the … Read More

Oahu Hiking Trails

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Hikes on Oahu will take you away from the hustle and bustle from the more populated parts of the island. In addition, you’ll get to see the gorgeous wild beauty of this spectacular Hawaii Island. Diamond Head Hike Diamond Head offers the best hike in Oahu and is definitely a local favorite. Once you reach the top of this gorgeous … Read More

Diamond Head Volcano

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Have you ever wanted to experience a breathtaking view that not only encompasses spectacular mountains and valleys but also offers something new and exciting to your resume? Take a hike at Diamond Head Volcano in Hawaii to experience just that. Avid hikers will enjoy the two-hour hike with beautiful views and a challenging climb. While hiking about this historical landmark, … Read More

Top 5 Things To Do in Waikiki

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Primarily known for its iconic and world-famous white sandy beaches, Waikiki has been a vacation spot for centuries. Back in the 1800’s some of Hawaii’s royalty used to vacation there. While it’s no longer the 1800’s, it’s still a popular vacation spot. If you’re looking to head here for vacation, there’s plenty to see and do. 1. Head to the … Read More

Camping on Kauai

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Kauai Camping

Kauai is the oldest of the Hawaiian islands and the fourth largest in Hawaii. It’s garnered the nickname “Garden Isle” and stands out fairly distant from the main parts of Hawaii, roughly 105 miles from Oahu. Despite that, the island boasts lots of excellent options for camping on Kauai. Camping here is pretty reasonable, costing just $12 for state parks … Read More

Camping on Molokai

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Molokai Camping

Molokai is an island about twenty-eight miles east of Honolulu and about thirty-five miles across, full of gorgeous spaces to relax and enjoy camping on Molokai. This is a cozy island, just the fifth largest in Hawaii, and has earned the name, “The Friendly Island.” There are lots of ways to enjoy a relaxing camping experience while exploring Hawaii—let’s take … Read More

Camping on Maui

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Maui Camping

Have you dreamed of camping on Maui and enjoying the beauty closeup? Are you getting ready to make a trip to explore the Valley Isle? From spending a night under the stars to hiking verdant trails, you can enjoy a camping experience that will be long remembered. Here are some places that might be on your list for enjoying camping … Read More

Camping on Oahu

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Camping in Oahu

For many travelers, thoughts of a trip to Oahu often center around luxurious resort lodgings, guided island tours, robust and vibrant luaus, and the like. But for some island visitors, camping on Oahu is their ideal vacation destination. If you’re planning a visit to Oahu and would be interested in ‘roughing it’ (well, maybe just a little bit!) and look … Read More

Camping on Hawaii

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Camping on Hawaii is adventurous fun for all ages. Grab your gear and visit these campsites or find your own: Kauai Camping In Kōkeʻe State Park, you can hike trails to see waterfalls, deep valleys, tropical forests, and views of the Na Pali coast. There are strenuous and easy hikes, a museum to visit, and plenty of photo opportunities for … Read More