Cities for Family Travelers in Hawaii
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- 1Hawaii, USA296 reviews
I love Honolulu. It's filled with so many different people from all over the world. The people watching is fantastic. Grabbing strawberry mai tais in a hotel restaurant and then watching the sunset is just what this girl asks for. I even met my first boyfriend here on the beach in 1996. Whoa..it's been awhile. I need to go back ...
- 2Hawaii, USA51 reviews
Everyone is relaxed and friendly out here on the north (wet) side. Small towns to explore with nice casual eating spots.
- 3Hawaii, USA36 reviews
Stay here if you want to relax. The laidback lifestyle is such a refreshing change.
- 4Hawaii, USA86 reviews
Hawaii has only two national parks, both focused on preserving the islands' unique volcanic landscapes. Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is unique, because it protects Kilauea Volcano, which is still active. Even if the lava isn't flowing during your visit, the park is still an awesome place to go hiking or just for a scenic drive. The Kilauea Iki Trail feels ...
- 5Hawaii, USA18 reviews
The canyon is amazing! The second lookout is not as scenic as the first but there are some great views in some turns outs between the first and second view point with waterfalls. We saw some billy goats climbing up the cliffs- pretty cool!
- 6Hawaii, USA17 reviews
This is a nice portion of Maui on the west coast, with Kapalua heading north and Lahaina heading south. The beach is very nice, and is anchored by Black Rock on the north side. There is a boardwalk, and Whaler's Village is in the middle with shopping, restaurants, and other places to explore. This stretch is filled with luxury hotels ...
- 7Hawaii, USA28 reviews
My favorite spot in the Hawaiian islands. It may rain a little every day, but it's the greenest place on the planet.
- 8Hawaii, USA29 reviews
If you want to hang with the locals and avoid the more touristy scenes in Maui, you need to go to the north shore. Paia is an old sugar cane town that's been taken over by a hippy-infused surf loving crew. Its a cute little town with several excellent restaurants, and is also the last real town you pass through ...
- 9Hawaii, USA11 reviews
Love the drive to the windward side. The cliffs of the Pali are breathtaking, usually lined with streams of waterfalls or shrouded in mist.
- 10Hawaii, USA69 reviews
Lahaina reminds me of Monterey Cannery Row. Former small fishing town now converted to a tourist town with museums, eateries, crafts shops, little inns, yet still full of history and life. Take a lively stroll along the streets, stop at a shop to check out local craft, sip a mai tai at one of the ocean view restaurants, and watch ...
- 11Hawaii, USA22 reviews
South of the condoville of Kihei, Wailea is the upper-crust resort enclave in South Maui. Not that that's a bad thing, though. The beaches are beautiful, with shoreline snorkeling and offshore scuba diving spots, most famously Molokini Crater (take a morning boat tour, rather than in the afternoon when it's most crowded and the waters are more murky). You've got ...
- 12Hawaii, USA22 reviews
This workaday port town is a relief from the Kona resorts on the other side of the Big Island. Love getting up early here and running out to Coconut Island for the panoramic bay views, then heading downtown to the farmers market. Or just hanging out with friends after dark, catching an indie flick or a live-music show at the ...
- 13Hawaii, USA48 reviews
Not much to do in the city itself. It is quite small but the tours run from there
- 14Hawaii, USA47 reviews
The Road to Hana is world famous for the natural beauty of its unblemished landscapes and towering waterfalls. Maui is understandably proud of Heavenly Hana’s successful fight against overdevelopment and the destruction of their Hawaiian culture. Although Hāna is only about 52 miles/84km from Kahului, a typical trip to Hāna takes about three hours, as the road is very winding, ...
- 15Hawaii, USA7 reviews
So lush and peaceful. Staying at a BnB in volcano is the perfect base for exploring volcanoes national park.
- 16Hawaii, USA10 reviews
Wonderful, friendly and very SAFE Mormon town. Great things to see and do
- 17Hawaii, USA16 reviews
Kapalua is golf, pricey homes and condos, dramatic weather and cliffs.
- 18Hawaii, USA5 reviews
A great place on this earth! Period! We took a horseback ride through valley and saw incredible waterfalls and rivers. this is a must stop and see.
- 19Hawaii, USA8 reviews
Well-known tourist location with quaint galleries, restaurants, shops and coffee shops.
- 20Hawaii, USA5 reviews
Tex's and artsy art deco shops. Worth a lunch time stroll. Near where "Rosanne" lives I think ...