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Below you’ll find phone numbers and links to resources that might come in handy during your stay in Hawaii. When making phone calls, the area code for the state of Hawaii is (808) and the country code is (1).
Phone: (808) 861-8490
Phone: (808) 587-0300
City & County of Honolulu Parks
Phone: (808) 768-3003
County of Kauai Parks
Phone: (808) 241-4463
County of Maui Parks
Phone: (808) 270-7389
County of Hawaii Parks
Phone: (808) 961-8311
Customs and Border Protection
Department of Homeland Security
To call an ambulance, or for medical emergencies, dial 9-1-1
The Queen's Medical Center on Oahu is the islands' largest medical facility and trauma center: queensmedicalcenter.org
Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau
Phone: (808) 923-1811
All Hawaiian Islands Airports
Phone: (808) 274-3800
Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (formerly Honolulu International Airport) (HNL)
Phone: (808) 861-6411
Daniel K. Inouye Airport Visitor Information Program
Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (formerly Honolulu International Airport) offers a Visitor Information Program to assist travelers. The program is staffed from 4:30 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. (Hawaii time) daily.
Phone: (808) 567-9660
Phone: (808) 838-8701
Lanai Airport (LNY)
Phone: (808) 565-7942
Hana Airport (HNM)
Phone: (808) 248-4861
Kahului Airport (OGG)
Phone: (808) 872-3830
Island of Hawaii Airports
Hilo International Airport (ITO)
Phone: (808) 961-9300
Kona International Airport at Keahole (KOA)
Phone: (808) 327-9520
Marriage Licenses and Civil Unions
Office of Consumer Protection
Oahu: (808) 587-3222 (press 2 at the menu)
Maui: (808) 984-2400 (ext. 7-3222)
Island of Hawaii: (808) 974-4000 (ext. 7-3222)
Kauai: (808) 274-3141 (ext. 7-3222)
Lanai/Molokai: (800) 468-4644 (ext. 7-3222)
Prior Complaints: (808) 587-3222 (press 1 at the menu)
Transportation and Security Administration (TSA)
U.S. Department of State - Travel.State.gov
Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii
Hawaii is a beautiful place to visit, but even in paradise an unpleasant experience can occur. Call the following numbers if you experience any adversity such as an accident, medical emergency or serious illness, or if you become a victim of a crime and have a police report (have your report handy).
Visitor Aloha Society of Hawaii (Oahu)
Phone: (808) 926-8274
Visitor Aloha Society of Kauai
Phone: (808) 482-0111
Maui Visitors Bureau (Maui County)
Phone: (808) 244-3530
Visitor Aloha Society of West Hawaii (Island of Hawaii)
Phone: (808) 756-0785
Visitor Aloha Society of East Hawaii (Island of Hawaii)
Phone: (808) 756-1472
Weather and Surf Reports
National Weather Service Forecast Office - Hawaii
Phone: (808) 973-5286
Sail down the Kona Coastline aboard our spacious vessel Hokulani. Snorkel in the pristine waters of the vibrant reef in Kealakekua Bay near the Captain Cook Monument. Join us for our nightly Manta Ray Snorkel Tour at the World Famous Manta Ray Village.
Maui's most experienced and most affordable downhill bike tour company. Sunrise $84.99, Summit $74.99, Express $64.99. Self-guided downhill bike tours, since 1994. Rental bikes, hard tails, full suspension mountain bikes and road race bikes.
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Hawaiian Paddle Sports offers authentic, sustainable eco-tours that empower guests to discover a deeper appreciation of and connection to Hawaii’s marine environment. Guests can choose from private kayak, outrigger canoe, canoe surfing, whale watch, and snorkel tours, or take SUP or surf lessons.
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Kauai Hiking Tours offers day hikes, backpacking trips and driving tours on Kauai Island. Our local guides are passionate about sharing their knowledge with aloha. We welcome adventurers of all ages & ability levels - several options of beginner, intermediate, and advanced tours are available.