Travel guides to cities in Hawaii.
|Guide Series: Hawaii City Guides
Here's our list of guides for every major city in the Hawaiian Islands.
Maui, Hawaii Cities
Once a major whaling town, it's currently one of Maui's most popular tourist destination.
You'll find Kihei on the southwest side of Maui and it's a popular tourist destination with beaches, shops. restaurants, and activities.
Maui's Wailea is world famous for its amazing beaches and high end, luxury resorts. It's where the rich and famous come to play, but it's open to all.
Paia is a sleepy little town on Maui's north shore but a worthwhile stop for any tourist.
This is a popular residential and commercial area for those who live on Maui, and likely where you'll land if you're flying in.
Oahu, Hawaii Cities
Honolulu is located on Oahu, is the state Capitol, and where the bulk of Hawaii's population lives and works. It's also home to world famous Waikiki.
Some of Hawaii's best beaches are located in this once sleepy little town which is located on Oahu's windward side.
See why Oahu's Kaneohe means Bamboo Man in Hawaiian.
This is Oahu's fastest growing city, known as the Second City. It's home to the world class Ko Olina resort and growing fast.
An incredibly popular tourist destination. It's what you get when a laid back surfer town greets tourism with open arms.
It's technically not a city but we'll make an exception since this one is so massively popular.
Kauai, Hawaii Cities
Koloa is one of Kauai's most popular tourist destinations and includes the Poipu resort area.
This is a small town on the east side of Kaui that's popular with locals and tourists alike.
Located on the north shore, this is Kaua's luxury resort area.
Lihue is Kauai's commercial and residential center and home to its main airport and harbor.
Big Island, Hawaii Cities
One of the most popular places on the Big Island, especially with tourists. You'll find plenty of shops, restaurants, resorts, and amazing beaches here.
Learn all about Waikoloa Village on Hawaii's Big Island.
The third largest city in the islands but all of the charm of a small town. It's more local than touristy but there is plenty to see and do for all.
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