Cities for Vegetarian in Hawaii
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- 1Hawaii, 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.
- 2Hawaii, USA49 reviews
Our home away form home! Gorgeous place with great people and local culture! Best music on the island.. if you know where to find it. So much ALOHA and beauty! Still that Old Hawaiian style which is rare these days in our developed islands.
- 3Hawaii, USA70 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 ...
- 4Hawaii, USA12 reviews
For day trippers up the Kohala Coast, this quaint, alternative-minded small town is a fun place to get out of the car, shop the boutiques and art galleries, and grab a bit at the local cafes, whether you're a vegetarian/vegas or a sushi fan. If you keep going past the town, you'll end up at the Pololu Valley overlook, where ...
- 5Hawaii, USA87 reviews
Incredible and best seen from the air by helicopter. You won't see anything by bus and a helicopter virtually guarantees that you will see lava flows from Kilauea. Stunning.
- 6Hawaii, USA297 reviews
The heart of Hawaii tourism. I've been to Honolulu on Waikiki beach twice now but only for short stays of a few days each. I had a great time during both of my stays, comparatively to the rest of Hawaii there is a lot to do here but personally I wouldn't want to stay in Honolulu. A city like Honolulu ...
- 7Hawaii, USA7 reviews
Hit up the Sunday morning farmer's market! Delishious breakfast and fresh fruits and veggies-- better quality than other markets and top vendors attend.
- 8Hawaii, USA42 reviews
South Maui is beautiful! Beautiful beaches, great people, delicious food, and lots of things to dol
- 9Hawaii, USA22 reviews
Hilo is small and quaint but manageable much better for living in than touring. I've spent much of the past year that I've been in Hawaii living in Hilo. I love the warm days sprinkled with intermittent rain to keep the temperatures from getting unbearably hot. For me the weather is perfect!
- 10Hawaii, USA48 reviews
The hot, dry, desert side of the Big Island. If you are looking for sun tanning and white sand beaches on the Big Island you have come to the right place! Our beaches on the other side are volcanic rock and sand. Apparently Hawaii is the only place in the US where coffee is grown and Kona is famous for ...
- 11Hawaii, USA11 reviews
See lava from the landowners themselves whose village is buried from the volcanic eruption! www.kalapanaculturaltours.com or call (808) 936-0456
- 12Hawaii, USA30 reviews
Paia is the most fun, colorful, and eclectic town on Maui! While a few name brand retaisl stores have moved in, most businesses are one of a kind. I love to sit at Cafe Des Amis's outdoor dining room and watch all of the people stroll by. Then I love to hit my favorite stores including Tamara Catz, LeTarte, and ...
- 13Hawaii, 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.
- 14Hawaii, USA7 reviews
Up in the cool highlands it is hard to believe you are still in Hawaii. You may see cowboys herding cattle and are surrounded by mountains and seas of grass-- nary a beach in sight. Much lest touristed and very relaxing. We made a base here and were able to get to the beach in Kona in under 40 minutes. ...
- 15Hawaii, USA5 reviews
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- 16Hawaii, USA22 reviews
Notice the change in greenery between Kihei and Wailea. Expect to spend here, but these are all great resorts. Less crowded than Kaanapali, and the beaches are second to none.
- 17Hawaii, USA37 reviews
Amazing little town on Oahu's windward coast - a great place to escape the bustle of Honolulu.
- 18Hawaii, USA52 reviews
With a laid-back atmosphere and "hidden gems" around every corner it's definitely worth spending the day on the North Shore - wandering around old Haleiwa town, trying some SUP (stand-up-paddle boarding) down the river and watching the amazing surfers play in the waves at Sunset Beach.
- 19Hawaii, USA4 reviews
Koloa is one of those "Wait, did we just drive past it?" island towns. The main street is just a few blocks long, crammed with shops, art galleries, places to eat, snack shops and a couple of historical artifacts from the sugar-plantation days. Fuel your stomach here, buy a few souvenirs and then head on down the road to Poipu ...
- 20Hawaii, 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.