Why It's Worth it

Honolulu is the biggest city in the Hawaiian Islands encompassing nearly 68 square miles. Within city limits one will find flawless beaches, extinct volcanoes, bustling industrial districts, and a culturally rich local population. The juxtaposition between its natural beauty and swarming metropolis provides Honolulu with a culture all its own. —Tawny Staudinger



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