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  • Post-a-Nut: Coconut Mail

    Post-a-Nut: Coconut Mail

    Hoolehua, Molokai, Hawaii

    The post office in Hoolehua provides free coconuts to decorate, address, stamp, and mail to anyone, anywhere in the world, no packaging required.

  • Polynesian Cultural Center - Luau, Island Villages

    Polynesian Cultural Center - Luau, Island Villages

    Laie, Oahu, Hawaii

    Pacific island cultures scrunched together for tourists, plus a luau and fire knife dance.

  • Big Island Bees Museum and Tour

    Big Island Bees Museum and Tour

    Captain Cook, Big Island, Hawaii

    125 million bees! Live hive demonstration (behind bee-proof screens), watch extraction on video to protect you from enraged bees.

  • Halona Blowhole

    Halona Blowhole

    Hanauma Bay, Oahu, Hawaii

    Hawaii's version of the Old Faithful geyser.

  • Pu'uhonua - Place of Refuge

    Pu'uhonua - Place of Refuge

    Honaunau, Big Island, Hawaii

    Ancient Hawaiians might escape a death sentence for sacred law infractions if they could reach this collection of Tikis.

  • Elvis Aloha Statue

    Elvis Aloha Statue

    Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

    Marks the spot where The King performed his Comeback Special and revived his career.

  • Volcano Steam Vents

    Volcano Steam Vents

    Volcano, Big Island, Hawaii

    Volcano tourists enjoy a natural sauna by standing next to escaping steam from cracks in the rocks.

  • Pacific Tsunami Museum

    Pacific Tsunami Museum

    Hilo, Big Island, Hawaii

    Hilo's beautiful, funnel-shaped bay is an open invitation for killer waves. The museum is housed in a surviving bank building.

  • King Kamehameha The Great

    King Kamehameha The Great

    Hilo, Big Island, Hawaii

    Ruler of the Kingdom of Hawaii, his most magnificent statue is clad in gold leaf.

  • Tsunami Clock of Doom

    Tsunami Clock of Doom

    Hilo, Big Island, Hawaii

    Survived first tsunami. It was the second tsunami, 14 years later, that finished off the clock.

  • Burial Mound at the Zoo

    Burial Mound at the Zoo

    Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

    An eight-sided burial mound -- outside the entrance of the Honolulu Zoo -- holds about 200 human skeletons dug up during various Waikiki construction projects.

  • Hawaii Five-O Jack Lord Bust

    Hawaii Five-O Jack Lord Bust

    Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

    Actor who played iconic detective Steve McGarret remembered at the mall where he shopped.

  • Duke Kahanamoku Statue

    Duke Kahanamoku Statue

    Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii

    The bronze god of modern surfing and Olympic medalist of Hawaii stands with arms outstretched, laden with leis added by admirers.

  • Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Visitor Center

    Mauna Loa Macadamia Nut Visitor Center

    Keanu, Big Island, Hawaii

    Self-guided tour overlooking the nut line -- sorting, chocolate enrobing, packaging, and other exciting candy manufacturing processes.

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