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From Waikiki to Diamond Head to Pearl Harbor, Oahu’s treasures have been etched in the American psyche since before Hawaii became a state in 1959. Yet there’s so much more. The only Hawaiian island to support a major city, Oahu offers a unique combination of island and city life — year-round balmy temperatures, fresh local cuisine from award-winning chefs, enough shopping to fill another suitcase (or two), white sandy beaches for do-nothing lounging, myriad museums, arts and historical culture, and an array of easygoing mountain and ocean adventures for exploring its volcanic landscape.
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Quick overviews of Maui, Oahu, the Big Island, Kauai, Lanai and Molokai
A nature lover's paradise of lava fields and lush rainforests on the Big Island
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