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When most people think of Hawai‘i, riding a colorful surfboard on a turquoise wave comes to mind. From the rugged and large board carved out of the native Koa wood to the current day polyurethane...
Hawaiʻi, visions of a flawless climate, scenic beaches, dramatic surf, amazing food and the culture. Oh, and the language! Hawaiʻi is the only state to have two official languages, Hawaiian and English. Of course you...
Maui is the second largest Hawaiian Island but has a smaller population than you’d expect, which makes Maui very popular with visitors looking for sophisticated diversions and amenities in the small towns spread throughout the...
Hawaiʻi welcomes visitors of all abilities to experience the aloha and beauty of paradise. Visitors with disabilities who require the assistance of service animals are protected under the Federal Housing Act and the Americans with...

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