Cities for Trendsters in Hawaii
- 21Hawaii, USA14 reviews
Upcountry is the kind of place where people leave fruit out by the road with a can for payment--it's like a garden, and HAS a few gardens--including a lavender farm--that's delighful.
- 22Hawaii, USA36 reviews
Kailua is the part of Oahu not in the North Shore that's most like a Roxy ad. The beach with young surfers and the quaint town serving as its accompaniment are definitely worth a visit. It's a bit crowded now, making commuting to the beach a bit of a test of patience sometimes. Still, there's plenty of good times and ...
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- 23Hawaii, USA4 reviews
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- 24Hawaii, USA10 reviews
Lihue has calm waters, lots of sun, and great snorkeling. In addition to resort hotels you can find a variety of vacation rentals. Hikes can lead to petroglyphs or to Bubba Gump's. It winter months it's a hotspot for whale watching.
- 25Hawaii, USA7 reviews
Kahului is "town" to locals. Office max, old navy, sports authority and other non-tourist shops and restaurants.
- 26Hawaii, USA7 reviews
Attractive little ranch town sandwiched betweend desolate lava flows and a gorgeous coast. 40 min from Kona airport. Has a number of mom and pop businesses many selling tourist items.
- 27Hawaii, USA5 reviews
Sweet little town on the north end of the east side of the island. Probably most well known for it's close proximity to the famous Waipio Valley. It's a quaint little town with some of the nicest and most friendly people. There isn't much to do but I really like they vibe. There is one delicious slow food restaurant. It's ...
- 28Hawaii, USA4 reviews
On the east side of Kauai and the so-called "Coconut Coast," Kapaa is a busy place. Locals come to do business, hang out and go shopping, while tourists eat, shop, drink and amble back and forth to the beach. A lot of vacation rentals and B&Bs are scattered around Kapaa, but if you want something more peaceful, look further north ...
- 29Hawaii, USA9 reviews
Dubbed the Second City, Kapolei has certainly grown since the days of my childhood. To give you a sense of perspective, it used to be empty fields of grass and sugarcane fields. Now, you'll find a Costco, Target, Chili's and government buildings. Getting through has become a bit of a hassle, though with traffic comes lots of fun, as this ...
- 30Hawaii, USA18 reviews
Waimea is a beautiful and lush area in Hawaii. If you love hiking, check this area out.
- 31Hawaii, USA11 reviews
The village of Waimanalo is technically considered two places, Waimanalo and Waimanalo Beach, both with a population of about 5,000 each. Waimanalo Beach is along the Waimanalo beach front, and Waimanalo is inset off the beach. When you come here down from Kailua or up around Makapu'u point from Honolulu on the Kaniana'ole highway, you will be removed from modern ...
- 32Hawaii, USA6 reviews
This was one of the most perfect places on all of Kauai. I think though that most places on this island are...
- 33Hawaii, USA5 reviews
Turtle Bay's Luau was beautiful. We had a Buffett dinner inside complete with delicious Mai Tai's. The dancers were great and the MC was funny and grabbed us to go on stage and learn some new moves. Afterwards everyone went outside to watch the amazing fire show. If you are staying at Turtle Bay I definitely recommend it!
- 34Hawaii, USA4 reviews
i lived in Wahiawa, Hawaii on Schofield Barracks, right across from Wheeler Army Air Field, where i went to Wheeler Middle School. Wahiawa is a great place to visit i could walk anywhere there and never be bored. everyone is laid back, i saw two trucks get in to a fender-bender and both drivers got out to see if the ...
- 35Hawaii, USA20 reviews
Love the beach! There is something for everyone here.
- 36Hawaii, USA10 reviews
The Laie point offers sweeping views of the windward coast and a natural arch to check out. Its a nice stop on the drive to the north shore - though you won't need more than 40 minutes or so...
- 37Hawaii, USA10 reviews
Less a town than a place to stay, Princeville sits atop cliffs overlooking the ocean. It is a beautiful spot with easy access to great beaches, golfing, and deep relaxation.
- 38Hawaii, USA3 reviews
A very sleepy little town, but also offers the most infrastructure after Haleiwa. The nucleolus is Foodland, but the reason to go is for Waimea, and the other amazing beaches. At night the food trucks come out here, and there is always a solid meal to be had at the Shark Cove grill.
- 39Hawaii, USA4 reviews
This is where I used to live when I was stationed on submarines at Pearl. I miss the Pearl City Tavern.
- 40Hawaii, USA8 reviews
Well-known tourist location with quaint galleries, restaurants, shops and coffee shops.