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Hawaii Welcomes You

Let us be the first to say aloha and e kipa mai (welcome) to The Hawaiian Islands. Before you make your journey to Hawaii, use the information featured in this section to plan your trip and make the most of your time here, from entry requirements and how to get around to weather conditions and resources for travelers with disabilities.

For more information about safety while traveling in Hawaii, check out the Safety section below, or view an electronic version of our safety guide

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Before You Travel

Find out what to pack, which important documents you need to bring and what to expect at airport security.

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Weather

The Hawaiian Islands are known for their beautiful weather year around, but conditions can differ at various elevations, so we want you to be prepared when you arrive.

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Safety Tips

Make sure the whole family stays safe and secure on your trip to Hawaii with these useful tips and tricks, from ocean safety to procedures in the event of an emergency.

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Travelers with Disabilities

In Hawaii, we take pride in being a welcoming place for all travelers. If you or a companion have a disability, click here to explore Hawaii accessibility resources.

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Exploring the Islands

With so much to see and do on each Hawaiian Island, it can be challenging to know where to start. Explore each island here to begin building your Hawaii itinerary.

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Useful Contacts

Find phone numbers and links to helpful resources during your stay.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Get answers to some frequently asked questions.

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Video: Enjoying Hawaii Safely

We want you to enjoy your stay and also be safe during your visit. This video will provide you with some safety tips to consider during your time in the islands. Please take a moment to watch it carefully so you can have a safe and fun experience in Hawai‘i.

Maps & Geography

Maps & Geography

Hitting the road in Hawaii? We've got the resources you need to find your way while navigating The Hawaiian Islands. 

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Night Manta Canoe Adventure
Hawaii
Anelakai Adventures
Summary

Anelakai Adventures offers guided Hawaiian Outrigger Canoe, Night Manta Outrigger Canoe, Kayak and Stand Up Paddle Board adventures on the Kona Coast of Big Island of Hawaii. Our goal is to share not only an amazing ocean experience with our guest, but also the history and culture of the island.

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Lava Lava Beach Club Beachfront
Kauai
Lava Lava Beach Club
420 Papaloa Road
Kapaa, HI 96746
Summary

Located in the hip new Kauai Shores Hotel in Kapa'a on the Coconut Coast of beautiful Kauai. Lava Lava Beach Club is what you come to Hawaii for. Come get some sand between your toes! Creative cocktails, casual laid-back fare, delicious entrees on the beach with live musicians entertaining nightly.

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Oahu
Art on the Zoo Fence
2760 Monsarrat Ave
Along the Honolulu Zoo Fence
Honolulu, HI 96815
Summary

Visit us in beautiful Waikiki and discover the richness of Hawaii through the eyes of a variety of artists. The artists will personally introduce you to their work in the splendor of this outdoor tropical setting.

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Lappert's Hawaii at The Shops at Wailea
Maui
Lappert's Hawaii
Summary

At Lappert's Hawaii, we make everything by hand from scratch using only the finest ingredients. From our five retail stores to our wholesale to High-end restaurants state-wide, we are proud to be part of Hawaii's community for over 30 years.

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Maui
Kapalua Ziplines
500 Office Road
Lahaina, HI 96761
Summary

Get an aerial view of tropical forests, pineapple fields, and a 50-foot waterfall. With nearly two miles of parallel zipping, Kapalua’s zipline course is one of the country’s largest. Kapalua Ziplines guests fly across lush valleys on the West Maui Mountains.

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