Cities for Wellness in Hawaii
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- 1Hawaii, USA297 reviews
Beautiful beaches all around this island and top tourist destination of all the Hawaiian island. Beaches are filled with people even during low season, for good reason. There is so much to eat, see and do here. A perfect honeymoon destination or just a great vacation getaway with family and friends.
- 2Hawaii, 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 ...
- 3Hawaii, USA11 reviews
Practically the end of the world for better and for worse! Pahoa located in the Puna region of Hawaii is one of the least developed areas of Hawaii. Big business and building have for the most part stayed away from this small haven because of the looming active volcano. Under Pele's, the Hawaiian fire/volcano goddess, protection this part of Hawaii ...
- 4Hawaii, USA7 reviews
Lovely, lovely, place. Up country north shore. Great house rentals. Not touristy.
- 5Hawaii, USA22 reviews
Voted one of the best beaches in the world. The hotels along Wailea are more expensive but if you are looking for a relaxing vacation then you need to stay here. Smaller town than Kaanapali, not the sort of place you would go to party.
- 6Hawaii, USA7 reviews
Hardly even a town, this tiny speck of a village outside Hawaii Volcanoes National Park makes it living on artists retreats and vacation rentals and B&Bs for park visitors. Hidden in the rain forest, it's an atmospheric place (nobody has described it better than Garrett Hongo in his book "Volcano"). If you need gas, snacks or Thai food, this is ...
- 7Hawaii, USA18 reviews
Kauai's Grand Canyon is pretty spectacular. Hiking galore. Easy access by car and a killer view make the drive from the beach well worth while.
- 8Hawaii, 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 ...
- 9Hawaii, USA8 reviews
Great resort. Many restaurants. 2 beautiful and challenging golf courses. I think this is one of the best places to stay when you come to Big Island.
- 10Hawaii, USA49 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, ...
- 11Hawaii, 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 ...
- 12Hawaii, 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!
- 13Hawaii, 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.
- 14Hawaii, USA42 reviews
South Maui is beautiful! Beautiful beaches, great people, delicious food, and lots of things to dol
- 15Hawaii, USA13 reviews
Up country Maui. Horse farms and a great Main Street with nice shops.
- 16Hawaii, USA52 reviews
There's a local saying, "keep the country country". Haleiwa is a beautiful small town, with local farmers' markets, craft shops, eateries, small businesses, historical buildings, farms, ranches, and home to the best surf spots in the world. It's a nice drive around the north coast of Oahu, lots to see and do.
- 17Hawaii, USA87 reviews
An amazing place and sight! Seeing volcanic fumes blowing in the air, little lava tubes all around, huge crater where you can hike, and the visitor's center is full of knowledgeable rangers and staff to help you make your park visit enjoyable and safe.
- 18Hawaii, USA37 reviews
Kailua is such a cute small town. It's a great little community, the people are friendly, it feels safe, there's lots of shops in the center of town, and has so much to offer. From the town center, it's a short stroll to one of the most beautiful beaches on the island. There's lots of little local eateries that are ...
- 19Hawaii, USA14 reviews
Lived in Kula for about 6 years in a wonderful little "ohana" (it was an attached cottage). No other place on the island offers unobstructed views of both the north and south shore of Maui at the same time! It is truly magical. I would highly recommend taking a trip to this dreamy upcountry area and check out the sites; ...
- 20Hawaii, 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.