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Private Honolulu City Tour from Waikiki
"See the famous landmarks of historical Downtown Honolulu including the Golden Statue of King Kamehameha I Iolani Palace Washington Place and State Capitol Building. Get your cameras ready to capture the picturesque views of Diamond Head Lookout Rabbit Island and Halona Blowhole. This VIP Private tour will also take you to Punchbowl National Cemetery and Kahala.You'll have a Hawaiian experience of a lifetime as the courteous and professionally trained chauffeurs drive you comfortably to this amazing P""
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Day at Pearl Harbor Tour
"Join us in discovering Oahu’s #1 most popular public attraction; be sure not to miss any of the historic sites features and attractions. Explore a full day at the Pacific Historic Park that includes the USS Arizona Memorial USS Bowfin USS Battleship Missouri and the Pacific Aviation Museum. Then take a drive through Punchbowl and historical downtown Honolulu. This is the hassle free way of having guaranteed reserved movie and shuttle tickets to the USS Arizona Memorial. No waiting in Pacific Aviation Museum and the USS Missouri Battleship.HIGHLIGHTS (*indicates stops made):· Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial* Includes a movie of the Japanese attack on December 7th World War II museums an audio tour of the visitor center
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Stars and Stripes Tour
"HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE: Pearl Harbor & USS Arizona Memorial* Includes a movie of the Japanese attack on December 7th World War II museums an audio tour of the visitor center exhibit galleries and displays as well as a shuttle boat ride to the USS Arizona Memorial USS Missouri Battleship * Walk in the footsteps of General MacArthur and experience the battleship’s most famous historic mission National Memorial Cemeter Korean & Vietnam War Memorials and Liberty Bell Honolulu City Hall Known as Honolulu Hale (“Building” in Hawaiian) and on the National Register of Historic Places. The site of the chambers of the Mayor of the City & County of Honolulu an""
From $91.00

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Learn everything Hawai‘i and plan the next trip

Do you want to relish the thoughts of that wonderful vacation you had in Hawai‘i all those years ago? Do you want to plan another vacation there with a closer look at the culture that is Hawai‘i? Or,...
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BlueCollar
Feb 11, 2007

Explore Oahu by BUS

No need to rent a car really. Public transportation is good. One way ticket ride costs $2 (and you are allowed 1 transfer). You are better off buying a 4-days bus pass for $20, which gives you...
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sunshine9689
Oct 15, 2006

Cheap Rental cars

The cheapest way to rent a car in Hawaii is to start your online pricing a few weeks before your trip. Dont be picky with a specific company. Ive used a different company each time. Usually Alamo,...
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surfgrom
Mar 16, 2006

Rent A Car

Renting a car while on your visit to Hawaii is an excellent way of getting around to all the sights that you want to see. It is also by far the easiest. Whether it's driving up to the North Shore of...
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H-TownJourneyman
Jan 27, 2006

We flew in to Oahu then got on...

We flew in to Oahu then got on a little prop plane (kinda scary) to Molokai. You can also fly into Maui and then get on a smaller plane to Molokai...or you can sometimes find a boat that will take you...
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merimichelle
Jan 08, 2006

we made a mistake by paying...

we made a mistake by paying for a taxi ride to the town...very expensive. This is us hitchiking from the town of Kanakaki to the farmers market...the taxi driver picked us up and took us free of...
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merimichelle
Jan 08, 2006
 
 
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Flying into Moloakai

There is one tiny little airport in Molokai. None of the major airlines fly into this airport. Be prepared to take a propeller plane over here. Aloha Air is the main inter-island airline....
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bruingirl
Jan 04, 2006

Oahu and surroundings

The best way to travel around the island of Oahu is to rent a car. That way you can go to Haleiwa and have a burger and shaved ice, factory outlets 15 min from Waikiki, snorkeling and much more. Don't...
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tomsim
Feb 08, 2005

Buses are easy to use

It's cheap to go from Waikiki to the North Shore on the public bus. It costs 1.50$ or thereabouts. It takes about an hour. The bus driver wasn't very helpful at all and was rude. So, just ask the...
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seoulgirl
Jan 23, 2005

1-Day Rent-a-Car on Oahu

If you are staying in Waikiki, be sure to rent a car for one day so that you can see all the sights outside of the heavily touristed area. Driving in Hawaii is simple, and it is easy to see the whole...
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travelteacher
Jan 23, 2005

ALL KINDS

YOU CAN RENT ANY TYPE OF VECHILE IN WAIKIKI. FROM A BYCICLE TO A HUMMVEE. BUT ONE OF THE BEST MODES OF TRANSPORTATION IS THE CITY BUS. AT AN ABC STORE ( like a 7-11 ) which theres about 3 or 4 on...
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rdw66
Sep 15, 2004

Are you looking for maps?

If you are looking for maps of the Islands of Hawai`i, you really need to check out the cool interactive maps at this website. You can zoom in and out and get great info on points of interest....
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BlueCollar
Aug 01, 2004

The Hawaiian Islands - Rental Car or not?

Always make advance reservations for your rental car, especially if you are traveling in an area other than Honolulu. Unless your are staying in Waikiki, you will want a rental car. If you are staying...
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iluvtrvl
Jun 26, 2004

It's Aloha if you need to exit the plane quickly

The behavior of Aloha Airlines is truly dangerous. In a misguided attempt to follow the ADA ( Americans with disabilities act ) they put a small guy with a bum leg in the window seat in the exit row....
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HarmoniousBotch
May 22, 2004

Popular Cities in Hawaii (State of)

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Honolulu

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Kailua-Kona

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Waikiki

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Lahaina

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Hilo

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Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

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Top Hotels in Hawaii (State of)

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2169 Kalia Rd., Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
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72-100 Ka'upulehu Drive, Kailua-Kona, Hawaii, 96740, United States
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2417 Prince Edward Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
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1 Ritz Carlton Drive, Lahaina, Hawaii, 96761, United States
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98 Apapane Rd., Hilo, Hawaii, 96720, United States
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Crater Rim Dr, , Hawaii, 96718, United States
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Top Things to Do in Hawaii (State of)

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Diamond Head

Hiking Diamond Head is one of the great outdoor activities around Honolulu. The hike takes just a few hours and it offers nature, geography, history, an scenic views of the ocean and Honolulu. We...
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Beaches

The Big Island isn't the best island for pristine beaches but the snorkeling is great and I snorkeled every day I was there and very much intend to return and do the same. The best snorkeling spots...
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Beaches

There is so much to and see in and around Waikiki but you can't forget or avoid the beaches. They are right there in your face no matter where you go in Waikiki. And they are beautiful. Nothing...
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Luau

We arrived at Old Lahaina Luau at 5:10 pm and the parking lot was already full. They told us to park at the overflow parking lot at the Cannery Mall across the street but we were able to find some...
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Waterfalls

We took a day to explore the other side. Our first trip to the island we spent the day on the other side with volcanos and walking to see lava . This time we explored botanical gardens and water fall...
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Chain of Craters Road

I drove all the way down to the end (where it was closed by a lava flow) of Chain of Craters Road and I got out and went to see the Holei Sea Arch. It was just a short walk but the surface was VERY...
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Top 5 Hawaii (State of) Writers

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joiwatani

"Hang Loose in Hawaii"
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TropicGirl77

"Hawaiian Islands ~ GO Virtual"
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deecat

"A Month In Paradise"
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Waalewiener

"Hawaii this beautiful place we fell in love with."
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diver-x

"diver-x's Hawaii Page"
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