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Etymology and language

 

Native Hawaiian tradition indicates the name’s origin in the legend of Hawaiʻiloa — the Polynesian navigator attributed with discovery of the Hawaiian Islands. The story relates how he named the island of Kauaʻi after a favorite son; therefore a possible translation of Kauaʻi is “place around the neck”, meaning how a father would carry a favorite child. Another possible translation is “food season.”[6]

 

Kauaʻi was known for its distinct dialect of the Hawaiian language before it went extinct there. Whereas the standard language today is based on the dialect of Hawaiʻi island, which has the sound [k] at the beginning of words, the Kauaʻi dialect was known for pronouncing this as [t]. In effect, Kauaʻi dialect retained the old pan-Polynesian /t/, while ‘standard’ Hawaiʻi dialect has innovated and changed it to the [k]. Therefore, the native name for Kauaʻi was Tauaʻi, and the major settlement of Kapaʻa would have been called Tapaʻa.

 

Geography

 

Kauaʻi’s origins are volcanic, the island having been formed by the passage of the Pacific plate over the Hawaii hotspot. At approximately six million years old, it is the oldest of the main islands. The highest peak on this mountainous island is Kawaikini at 5,243 feet (1,598 m).[7] The second highest peak is Mount Waiʻaleʻale near the center of the island, 5,148 feet (1,569 m) above sea level. One of the wettest spots on earth, with an annual average rainfall of 460 inches (1,200 cm), is located on the east side of Mount Waiʻaleʻale. The high annual rainfall has eroded deep valleys in the central mountains, carving out canyons with many scenic waterfalls. On the west side of the island, Waimea town is located at the mouth of the Waimea River, whose flow formed Waimea Canyon, one of the world’s most scenic canyons, and which is part of Waimea Canyon State Park. At 3,000 feet (914 m) deep, Waimea Canyon is often referred to as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific”. The Na Pali Coast is a center for recreation in a wild setting, including kayaking past the beaches, or hiking on the trail along the coastal cliffs.

 

 History

 

In 1778, Captain James Cook came to Waimea Bay and discovered the “Sandwich Isles,” after the Earl of Sandwich, and in this way introduced Hawaii to Europe.

 

During the reign of King Kamehameha, the islands of Kauaʻi and Niʻihau were the last Hawaiian Islands to join his Kingdom of Hawaiʻi. Their ruler, Kaumualiʻi, resisted Kamehameha for years. King Kamehameha twice prepared a huge armada of ships and canoes to take the islands by force and twice failed; once due to a storm, and once due to an epidemic. In the face of the threat of a further invasion, however, Kaumualiʻi decided to join the kingdom without bloodshed, and became Kamehameha’s vassal in 1810, ceding the island to the Kingdom of Hawaiʻi upon his death in 1824.

 

In 1815-17, Kaumualiʻi led secret negotiations with representatives of the Russian-American Company in an attempt to gain Russia’s military support against Kamehameha; however, the negotiations folded and the Russians were forced to abandon all of their presence in Kauaʻi, including Fort Elizabeth, after it was revealed that they did not have the support of Tsar Alexander I.

 

In 1835 Old Koloa Town opened a sugar mill. Missionaries also came in the 19th century.

 

Economy

 

The commercial area in Port Allen

 

Tourism is Kauaʻi’s largest industry. In 2007, 1,271,000 visitors came to Kauaʻi. The two largest groups were from the United States (84% of all visitors) and Japan (3%).[8] As of 2003, there were a total of approximately 27,000 jobs on Kauaʻi, of which the largest sector was accommodation/food services (26%, 6,800 jobs) followed by government (15%) and retail (14.5%), with agriculture accounting for just 2.9% (780 jobs) and educational services providing just 0.7% (183 jobs).[9] In terms of income, the various sectors that constitute the visitors industry accounted for one third of Kauai’s income.[9] On the other hand, employment is dominated by small businesses, with 87% of all nonfarm businesses having fewer than 20 employees.[9] As of 2003, Kauaʻi’s unemployment rate was 3.9%, compared to 3.0% for the entire state and 5.7% for the United States as a whole; and, Kauaʻi’s poverty rate was 10.5%, compared to the State’s 10.7%.[9]

 

As of mid-2004, the median price of a single-family home was $528,000, a 40% increase over 2003. As of 2003, Kauaʻi’s percentage of home ownership, 48%, was significantly lower than the State’s 64%, and vacation homes were a far larger part of the housing stock than the State-wide percentage (Kauaʻi 15%, State 5%).[9]

 

In the past, sugar plantations were Kauaʻi’s most important industry. In 1835 the first sugar plantation was founded on Kauai and for the next century the industry would dominate the economy of Hawaii.[10] The minimum wage law (Federal Labor Standards Act) and protected the rights of workers to unionize led to the closure of most of the sugar plantation.[citation needed] Now most of that land is now used for ranching.[8] Kauaʻi’s sole remaining sugar operation, the 118-year-old Gay & Robinson Plantation plans to transform itself into a manufacturer of sugar-cane ethanol.[8]

 

Fruits and crops

 

Land in Kauaʻi is very fertile and is home to many varieties of fruits and crops. Guava, coffee, sugarcane, mango, banana, papaya, avocado, star fruit, kava and pineapple are all cultivated.

 

Island facts

 

Some of Kauaʻi’s feral chickens at Kōke’e State Park

 

Kaua’i, like the other Hawaiian Islands, does not observe Daylight saving time (DST). Instead of changing to DST the second Sunday in March and back to Standard time the first Sunday in November, as is done throughout most of the U.S., Hawaii Standard Time is observed on Kaua’i year-round. During DST, for example, the time on Kaua’i is three hours behind the West Coast of the United States and six hours behind the East Coast.[11]

 

The city of Līhuʻe, on the island’s southeast coast, is the seat of Kauaʻi County and the second largest city on the island. Kapaʻa, on the “Coconut Coast” (site of an old coconut plantation) about 6 miles (9.7 km) north of Līhuʻe, has a population of nearly 10,000, or about 50% greater than Līhuʻe. Waimea, once the capital of Kauaʻi on the island’s southwest side, was the first place in Hawaii visited by British explorer Captain James Cook in 1778. Kauaʻi is home to thousands of wild chickens, who have few natural predators. Kauaʻi’s chickens originated from the original Polynesian settlers, who brought them as a food source. 1992’s Hurricane Iniki may have caused an indirect change in Kauaʻi’s ecosystem, increasing the chicken population.

 

Kauaʻi is home to the U.S. Navy’s “Barking Sands” Pacific Missile Range Facility, on the sunny and dry western shore.

 

HF (“shortwave“) radio station WWVH, sister station to WWV and WWVB in Ft. Collins, Colorado, is located on the west coast of Kauai about 5 km south of Barking Sands. WWVH, WWV and WWVB are operated by the US National Institute of Standards and Technology, broadcasting standard time and frequency information to the public.

 

The Kauai Heritage Center of Hawaiian Culture and the Arts was founded in 1998. Their mission is to nurture a greater sense of appreciation and respect for the Hawaiian culture. They offer classes in Hawaiian language, hula, lei and cordage making, the lunar calendar and chanting. Plus trips to cultural sites.

 

A view of the Hanalei Valley in Northern Kauaʻi. The Hanalei River runs through the valley and 60% of Hawaii’s taro is grown in its fields.

 

A view of the Nā Pali coastline from the ocean. It is part of the Nā Pali Coast State Park which encompasses 6,175 acres (20 km2) of land and is located on the northwest side of Kauaʻi.

 

A view of the Kalalau Valley on Kauaʻi’s Na Pali Coast from the Kalalau Lookout.

 

[edit] Important towns and cities

 

Hanalei Town with a view of Mt. Na Molokama, and Māmalahoa.

 

Northeastern coast of Kauaʻi, near Kīlauea

 

Cities and towns on Kauaʻi range in population from the roughly 9,500 people in Kapaʻa to tiny hamlets. The list below lists the larger or more notable of those from the northernmost end of Hawaii Route 560 to the western terminus of Hawaii Route 50.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 Transportation

 

Air

 

Located on the eastern end of the island, Lihue Airport is the aviation gateway to Kauaʻi. Lihuʻe Airport has direct routes to Seattle/Tacoma, Phoenix, LAX, DEN, SFO, OAK, SJC, Vancouver, Honolulu, and Kahului/Maui.

 

Highways

 

Several state highways serve Kauaʻi County:

 

 

 

    • Hawaii Route 58 stretches two miles (3 km) from Route 50 in Lihuʻe to the junction of Wapaa Road with Hawaii 51 near Nawiliwili Harbor on Kauaʻi.

 

    • Hawaii Route 56, also known as Kuhio Highway, runs twenty-eight miles from Hawaii Route 50 at the junction of Rice Street in Lihuʻe to the junction of Hawaii Route 560 in Princeville.

 

  • Hawaii Route 560 passes ten miles (16 km) from the junction of Route 56 in Princeville and dead ends at Keʻe Beach in Haena State Park.

 

Other major highways that link other parts of the Island to the main highways of Kauaʻi are:

 

 

 

 

    • Hawaii Route 540 goes four miles (6 km) from Route 50 in Kalaheo to Route 50 in Eleʻele. The road is mainly an access to residential areas and Kauaʻi Coffee.

 

    • Hawaii Route 530, also called Kōloa Road, stretches 3.4 miles (5.5 km) from Route 50 between Kalaheo and Lawai to Route 520 in Koloa. The road is mainly an alternative to Route 520 for travel from the west side to Poʻipū.

 

    • Hawaii Route 520 runs five miles (8 km) from the “Tunnel of Trees” at Route 50 to Poʻipū on the south shore.

 

    • Hawaii Route 570 covers one mile (1.6 km) from Route 56 in Lihuʻe to Lihuʻe Airport.

 

    • Hawaii Route 580 spans five miles (8 km) from Route 56 in Wailua to where the road is no longer serviced just south of the Wailua Reservoir.

 

    • Hawaii Route 581 passes five miles (8 km) from Route 580 in the Wailua Homesteads to a roundabout just west of Kapaʻa Town.

 

  • Hawaii Route 583, also known as Maalo Road, stretches 3.9 miles (6.3 km) from Route 56 just north of Lihuʻe to dead-end at Wailua Falls Overlook in the interior.

 

 Mass transit

 

The Kauaʻi Bus is the public transportation service of the County of Kauaʻi. It is operated by Roberts Hawaii.

 

Places of interest

 

The Spouting Horn: located on the southern coast of Kauaʻi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 In Films

 

The island of Kauaʻi has been featured in more than seventy Hollywood movies and television shows, including the musical South Pacific and Disney’s 2002 animated feature film and television series Lilo & Stitch, Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch, Stitch! The Movie, and Lilo & Stitch: The Series. Scenes from South Pacific were filmed in the vicinity of Hanalei. Waimea Canyon was used in the filming of the 1993 film Jurassic Park. Parts of the island were also used for the opening scenes of Indiana Jones’ Raiders of the Lost Ark. Other movies filmed here include Six Days Seven Nights, the 2005 remake of King Kong and John Ford’s 1963 film Donovan’s Reef. Recent films include Tropic Thunder and an upcoming biopic of Bethany Hamilton entitled Soul Surfer. A scene in the opening credits of popular TV show M*A*S*H was filmed in Kauai (helicopter flying over mountain top). Some scenes from Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides were also filmed in Kauai.

 

Parts of the film Dragonfly were filmed there (although the people and the land were presented as South American) and the producers hired extras (at least three with speaking parts) from the ancient Hawaiʻian native population, which seeks to preserve its cultural heritage,[12] including the pre-USA name of these two islands, Atooi or Tauaʻi.[13][14]

 

Major parts of the 1966 Elvis Presley film Paradise, Hawaiian Style were filmed at various locations on Kauai. One of the most famous was the Coco Palms resort. During Hurricane Iniki, the Coco Palms was decimated. It was never rebuilt, but the film “Paradise, Hawaiian Style” showcases the resort at its peak.

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Hawaii

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Honolulu

 

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Maui

 

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Hawaii

 

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Honolulu

 

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Honolulu

 

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Honolulu

 

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Hawaii

 

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Hawaii

 

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Kauai

 

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Kauai

 

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Hawaii

 

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Honolulu

 

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Honolulu

 

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Honolulu

 

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Hawaii

 

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Honolulu

 

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Hawaii

 

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Hawaii

 

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Honolulu

 

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Honolulu

 

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Hawaii

 

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Maui

 

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Honolulu

 

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Hawaii

 

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Honolulu

 

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Hawaii

 

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Honolulu

 

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Maui

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Honolulu

96744

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Maui

 

Crater Maui

Maui

96761

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Maui

 

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Honolulu

96797

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Honolulu

96816

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Honolulu

 

Eden Roc

Hawaii

96771

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Hawaii

96794

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Hawaii

96794

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Kauai

 

Eleele

Kauai

96705

Elevenmile Homestead

Hawaii

96760

Ewa

Honolulu

96706

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Honolulu

96706

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Honolulu

96706

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Honolulu

96706

Fern Acres

Hawaii

96771

Fernandez Village

Honolulu

96706

Fern Forest

Hawaii

96785

Filipino Camp

Maui

 

Ford Island

Honolulu

96818

Fort DeRussy

Honolulu

96815

Fort Ruger

Honolulu

96816

Fort Shafter

Honolulu

96819

Foster Village

Honolulu

96818

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Hawaii

96720

Glenwood

Hawaii

96785

Haaheo

Hawaii

96720

Haena

Kauai

96714

Haena-Wainiha

Kauai

 

Haiku

Maui

96708

Haiku-Pauwela

Maui

96708

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Hawaii

96727

Hakalau

Hawaii

96710

Halaula

Hawaii

96755

Halawa

Hawaii

96711

Halawa

Honolulu

96701

Halawa

Maui

 

Halawa Heights

Honolulu

96701

Halawa Hills

Honolulu

96701

Haleaha

Honolulu

96717

Haleakala National Park

Maui

96768

Hale Homaha

Kauai

 

Haleiwa

Honolulu

96712

Haleiwa Army Beach

Honolulu

 

Halena

Maui

 

Hale Pili

Hawaii

 

Halepiula

Hawaii

 

Haliimaile

Maui

96787

Hamakuapoko

Maui

 

Hamoa

Maui

96713

Hana

Maui

96713

Hanaipoe

Hawaii

 

Hanalei

Kauai

96714

Hanamaulu

Kauai

96715

Hanapepe

Kauai

96716

Haou

Maui

96713

Happy Valley

Maui

96793

Hauula

Honolulu

96717

Hawaiian Acres

Hawaii

96760

Hawaiian Beaches

Hawaii

96778

Hawaiian Ocean View

Hawaii

96737

Hawaiian Paradise Park

Hawaii

96749

Hawaiian-Spanish Village

Maui

96779

Hawaiian Village

Maui

96779

Hawaii Kai

Honolulu

96825

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

Hawaii

96718

Hawi

Hawaii

96719

Hawi Camp 17

Hawaii

96719

Heeia

Honolulu

96744

Helemano Radio Station

Honolulu

96859

Hickam Air Force Base

Honolulu

96818

Hickam Housing

Honolulu

96824

Highway Village

Hawaii

96728

Hikapoloa

Hawaii

 

Hilea

Hawaii

 

Hilo

Hawaii

96720

Hoaeae

Honolulu

96797

Hoea

Hawaii

96719

Hoea Camp

Hawaii

 

Hokamahoe House Lot

Hawaii

96764

Hokumahoe

Hawaii

 

Hokuula

Maui

 

Holualoa

Hawaii

96725

Homeland

Honolulu

 

Homestead

Kauai

 

Honalo

Hawaii

 

Honaunau

Hawaii

96726

Honaunau-Napoʻopoʻo

Hawaii

 

Honohina

Hawaii

96710

Honokaʻa

Hawaii

96727

Honokahua

Maui

96761

Honokaia

Hawaii

 

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Honolulu

 

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Hawaii

96725

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Maui

96761

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Maui

 

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Honolulu

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Honolulu

96819

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Maui

 

Honomakau

Hawaii

96755

Honomalino

Hawaii

96704

Honomu

Hawaii

96728

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Hawaii

 

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Hawaii

 

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Honolulu

96706

Honuapo

Hawaii

96772

Hoʻokena

Hawaii

96704

Hoolehua

Maui

96729

Hoolehua-Palaau

Maui

 

Hoopuloa

Hawaii

 

Hopoi Village

Maui

96793

Hopuwai

Hawaii

 

Hospital Village

Maui

96784

Huehue

Hawaii

96725

Huehue Ranch

Hawaii

 

Huelo

Maui

96708

Humuula

Hawaii

 

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Maui

 

Hyatt

Maui

96761

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Honolulu

96706

Iwasaki Camp

Hawaii

96760

Iwilei

Honolulu

 

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Maui

 

Kaaawa

Honolulu

96730

Kaalaea

Honolulu

96744

Kaalawai

Honolulu

 

Kaalualu

Hawaii

 

Kaana

Kauai

 

Kaanapali

Maui

96761

Kaapahu

Hawaii

96776

Kaau

Hawaii

 

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Hawaii

96719

Kaawaloa

Hawaii

 

Kaawanui

Kauai

96769

Kaawanui Village

Kauai

 

Kaeleku

Maui

 

Kaena Point Facility

Honolulu

96791

Kahakuloa

Maui

96793

Kahala

Honolulu

 

Kahaluʻu

Hawaii

96740

Kahaluʻu

Honolulu

96744

Kahaluʻu-Keauhou

Hawaii

96740

Kahana

Honolulu

96717

Kahana

Maui

96761

Kahei Homesteads

Hawaii

96719

Kaheka Village

Maui

96779

Kahikinui

Maui

 

Kahua

Hawaii

96755

Kahuku

Hawaii

96722

Kahuku

Honolulu

96731

Kahuku Ranch

Hawaii

 

Kahului

Maui

96732

Kahului International Airport

Maui

96732

Kaiaakea

Hawaii

96773

Kailiili

Maui

 

Kailua

Hawaii

96740

Kailua

Honolulu

96734

Kailua

Maui

96708

Kailua Kona

Hawaii

96740

Kailua Village

Maui

 

Kai Malino

Hawaii

96704

Kaimu

Hawaii

96778

Kaimuki

Honolulu

96816

Kainaliu

Hawaii

96750

Kainalu

Maui

96748

Kaiwiki

Hawaii

96720

Kakio

Maui

 

Kalae

Maui

96729

Kalaheo

Kauai

96741

Kalamaula

Maui

96748

Kalamaula

Maui

 

Kalanianaole Colony

Maui

 

Kalaoa

Hawaii

96781

Kalaoa

Hawaii

96725

Kalapana

Hawaii

96778

Kalauao

Honolulu

96701

Kalaupapa

Kalawao

96742

Kalaupapa National Historical Park

Kalawao

96850

Kalawao

Kalawao

 

Kalepolepo

Maui

96753

Kalihi

Honolulu

 

Kalihi Kai

Honolulu

 

Kalihiwai

Kauai

96754

Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park

Hawaii

96850

Kalopa

Hawaii

 

Kalopa Mauka

Hawaii

96727

Kaluaaha

Maui

96748

Kaluakoi

Maui

 

Kamaili

Hawaii

96778

Kamalino

Kauai

 

Kamalo

Maui

96748

Kamaoa-Puʻueo

Hawaii

 

Kamehameha Heights

Honolulu

 

Kamiloloa

Maui

96748

Kamiloloa

Maui

 

Kamoku-Kapulena

Hawaii

 

Kamooloa

Honolulu

96712

Kamuela

Hawaii

96743

Kanahena

Maui

 

Kaneohe

Honolulu

96744

Kaneohe Bay Marine Corps Air Station

Honolulu

96863

Kaniohale

Hawaii

 

Kaniahiku Village

Hawaii

 

Kaonoulu

Maui

 

Kapaa

Kauai

96746

Kapaahu

Hawaii

 

Kapaakea

Maui

 

Kapaau

Hawaii

96755

Kapahi

Kauai

 

Kapahulu

Honolulu

96816

Kapaia

Kauai

96715

Kapaka

Kauai

96747

Kapalama

Honolulu

96817

Kapalaoa

Hawaii

 

Kapalawai

Kauai

 

Kapalua

Maui

 

Kapapala

Hawaii

96777

Kapehu

Hawaii

96780

Kapoho

Hawaii

 

Kapolei

Honolulu

96707

Kapulena

Hawaii

96758

Kapunakea

Maui

96761

Kaʻu

Hawaii

 

Kaueleau

Hawaii

 

Kaukohoku

Hawaii

 

Kaumakani

Kauai

96747

Kaumalapau

Maui

96763

Kaumana

Hawaii

96720

Kaumana

Hawaii

 

Kaunakakai

Maui

96748

Kaunalewa

Kauai

 

Kaunene

Hawaii

 

Kaupakulua

Maui

96708

Kaupo

Maui

96713

Kaupulehu

Hawaii

 

Kawaihae

Hawaii

96743

Kawaihau

Kauai

96746

Kawailiula

Hawaii

 

Kawailoa

Honolulu

96712

Kawailoa Beach

Honolulu

96712

Kawainui

Hawaii

96783

Kawanui

Hawaii

96750

Kawela

Honolulu

96731

Kawela

Maui

 

Kawela Bay

Honolulu

 

Keaalu

Honolulu

 

Keaʻau

Hawaii

96749

Keaau Camp

Hawaii

96749

Keaau Ranch

Hawaii

96749

Ke-ahole Airport

Hawaii

96743

Keahua

Maui

 

Kealahou

Maui

96790

Kealakehe

Hawaii

96740

Kealakekua

Hawaii

96750

Kealakomo

Hawaii

 

Kealapuali

Hawaii

 

Kealia

Hawaii

 

Kealia

Kauai

96751

Keamuku

Hawaii

 

Keanae

Maui

96708

Keanae

Maui

 

Keanakolu

Hawaii

 

Keanapaakai

Hawaii

 

Keauhou

Hawaii

96739

Keaukaha

Hawaii

96720

Keaukaha

Hawaii

 

Keawaiki

Hawaii

 

Keawakapu

Maui

96753

Keawanui

Kauai

 

Keeaumoku

Honolulu

 

Keehia

Hawaii

96774

Keei

Hawaii

96726

Keelinawi

Kauai

 

Keelinawili

Kauai

 

Kehena

Hawaii

96778

Kekaha

Kauai

96752

Kekaha

Kauai

 

Kelawea

Maui

96761

Keokea

Hawaii

96704

Keokea

Maui

96790

Keolu Hills

Honolulu

96734

Keomuku

Maui

 

Keoneoio

Maui

 

Keoniki

Hawaii

 

Kepuhi

Maui

 

Kewalo-Papakolea

Honolulu

 

Kiekie

Kauai

 

Kihalani Homestead

Hawaii

96780

Kihei

Maui

96753

Kiholo

Hawaii

 

Kii

Kauai

 

Kilauea

Kauai

96754

Kilauea Camp

Kauai

 

Kilauea Military Camp

Hawaii

96718

Kilauea Settlement

Hawaii

96785

Kiolakaa Keaa Homesteads

Hawaii

96772

Kipahulu

Maui

96713

Kipu

Kauai

96766

Kipu

Maui

96757

Kipuka Nahuaopala

Hawaii

 

Kipuka Nene

Hawaii

 

Koae

Hawaii

 

Koali

Maui

96713

Koele

Maui

96763

Kohala

Hawaii

 

Kohala Mill

Hawaii

 

Koheo

Maui

 

Kokee

Kauai

96752

Kokee Air Force Station

Kauai

96752

Kokohahi

Honolulu

96744

Kokokahi

Honolulu

 

Kokomo

Maui

96708

Kolo

Hawaii

96704

Koloa

Kauai

96756

Koloa Mill

Kauai

 

Komakawai

Hawaii

 

Kona

Hawaii

 

Kona International Airport

Hawaii

96743

Koolauloa

Honolulu

 

Koolaupoko

Honolulu

 

Kualapuu

Maui

96757

Kualoa

Honolulu

96730

Kuau

Maui

96779

Kuhio Village

Hawaii

96743

Kuhua

Maui

96761

Kuiaha

Maui

 

Kukaiau

Hawaii

96776

Kukaiau Ranch

Hawaii

 

Kukanono

Honolulu

96734

Kukiʻo

Hawaii

96740

Kukui

Hawaii

96771

Kukuihaele

Hawaii

96727

Kukuiula

Kauai

96756

Kukui Village

Hawaii

96774

Kula

Maui

96790

Kulani Project

Hawaii

96720

Kuliouou

Honolulu

 

Kumukumu

Kauai

96751

Kunia

Honolulu

96759

Kunia Camp

Honolulu

 

Kupolo

Kauai

96766

Kurtistown

Hawaii

96760

Laeapuki

Hawaii

 

Lahaina

Maui

96761

Lahainaluna

Maui

 

Lahuipuaa

Hawaii

 

Laʻie

Honolulu

96762

Lalakoa

Maui

 

Lalamilo

Hawaii

 

Lalamilo

Hawaii

 

Lanai Airport

Maui

 

Lanaʻi

Maui

 

Lanaʻi City

Maui

96763

Laniakea

Hawaii

 

Lanikai

Honolulu

96734

Lanikai Heights

Honolulu

96734

Launiupoko

Maui

 

Laupahoehoe

Hawaii

96764

Lawai

Kauai

96765

Leahi

Kauai

 

Leilani Estates

Hawaii

 

Lewiston

Hawaii

 

Libbyville

Honolulu

 

Libby-Waipio

Honolulu

 

Lihue

Kauai

96766

Lopa

Maui

 

Lower Halawa

Honolulu

 

Lower Paia

Maui

96779

Lower Village

Honolulu

96706

Lower Village Three

Maui

 

Lualualei

Honolulu

96792

Lualualei

Honolulu

 

Lualualei Homesteads

Honolulu

96792

Lualualei Naval Magazine

Honolulu

96792

Lunaville

Maui

96761

Maalaea

Maui

96793

Maalehu

Maui

 

McGerrow Village

Maui

96784

Mcgrew Point

Honolulu

96701

Mahaiula

Hawaii

 

Mahana

Maui

 

Mahinahina Camp

Maui

 

Mahinui

Honolulu

 

Mahukona

Hawaii

 

Maili

Honolulu

96792

Makaha

Honolulu

96792

Makahalau

Hawaii

 

Makaha Valley

Honolulu

 

Makakilo

Honolulu

96706

Makakilo City

Honolulu

 

Makakupia

Maui

 

Makalawena

Hawaii

 

Makapala

Hawaii

96711

Makawao

Maui

96768

Makaweli

Kauai

96769

Makena

Maui

96753

Makiki

Honolulu

96822

Makiki Heights

Honolulu

 

Makole

Kauai

 

Makuu

Hawaii

 

Mala

Maui

96761

Malae

Honolulu

 

Maluhia Camp

Maui

 

Mana

Kauai

96752

Manoa

Honolulu

96822

Marconi Area

Honolulu

96731

Market

Honolulu

 

Maui Mall

Maui

96732

Mauka Loa

Hawaii

96783

Maulua

Hawaii

96780

Maunalani Heights

Honolulu

 

Maunaloa

Maui

96770

Mauna Loa

Maui

 

Maunalua

Honolulu

 

Maunawai

Honolulu

 

Maunawili

Honolulu

96734

Meyer Camp

Hawaii

 

Middle Moaula Camp

Hawaii

 

Middle Village Three

Maui

 

Mikilua

Honolulu

96792

Mililani Town

Honolulu

96789

Mill Camps

Honolulu

96791

Milolii

Hawaii

96726

Milo Village

Hawaii

96774

Moanalua

Honolulu

 

Moiliili

Honolulu

96814

Moiliili

Honolulu

 

Mokae

Maui

 

Mokaoku

Hawaii

96720

Mokapu

Honolulu

 

Mokulau

Maui

 

Mokuleia

Honolulu

96791

Mokuleia Beach Lots

Honolulu

 

Moloaa Bay

Kauai

 

Molokai Airport

Maui

96748

Monohaa

Hawaii

 

Moomomi

Maui

 

Mopua

Maui

 

Mountain View

Hawaii

96771

Muolea

Maui

96713

Naalehu

Hawaii

96772

Nahiku

Maui

 

Nanakuli

Honolulu

96792

Nanakuli

Honolulu

 

Nanawale Estates

Hawaii

 

Napili

Maui

96761

Napili-Honokowai

Maui

 

Napoʻopoʻo

Hawaii

96704

Nashiwa Village

Maui

96779

Naval Air Station

Honolulu

96706

Navy Cantonment

Honolulu

96818

Navy Terminal

Honolulu

96818

Nawiliwili

Kauai

96766

Nienie

Hawaii

 

Niʻihau

Kauai

 

Nine Miles

Hawaii

96749

Ninole

Hawaii

96773

Niu

Honolulu

 

Niulii

Hawaii

96711

Niumalu

Kauai

96766

Niuvalley

Honolulu

 

Niu Village

Hawaii

96744

Nonopahu

Kauai

96769

Nonopahu Village

Kauai

 

Nonopapa

Kauai

 

North Hilo

Hawaii

 

North Kohala

Hawaii

 

North Kona

Hawaii

 

Numila

Kauai

96705

Nuu

Maui

 

Ocean View

Hawaii

96737

Ohiapili

Maui

 

Oiamoi

Kauai

 

Okoe

Hawaii

96704

Olaa

Hawaii

96785

Olinda

Maui

96768

Olomana

Honolulu

96734

Olowalu

Maui

96761

Omao

Kauai

96756

Omapio

Maui

96790

Oneula Beach

Honolulu

 

Onomea

Hawaii

96781

Ookala

Hawaii

96774

Opaeula Camp 3

Honolulu

96712

Opihikao

Hawaii

96778

Orchidlands Estates

Hawaii

96760

Orpheum Village

Maui

96779

Paauhau

Hawaii

96775

Paauhau Mauka

Hawaii

96727

Paauilo

Hawaii

96776

Pacific Heights

Honolulu

 

Pacific Palisades

Honolulu

96782

Pahala

Hawaii

96777

Pahoa

Hawaii

96778

Pahoehoe

Hawaii

96704

Paholoi

Maui

 

Paia

Maui

96779

Pakala Village

Kauai

 

Palama

Honolulu

 

Palani Junction

Hawaii

96725

Palehua

Honolulu

 

Paliaalii

Hawaii

 

Palihooukapapa

Hawaii

 

Panaewa

Hawaii

96720

Panaewa

Hawaii

 

Papa

Hawaii

96704

Papa

Hawaii

96704

Papaaloa

Hawaii

96780

Papaikou

Hawaii

96781

Papaloa

Hawaii

 

Papaloa

Kauai

 

Pauahi

Hawaii

 

Pauahi

Hawaii

 

Paukaa

Hawaii

96720

Paukukalo

Maui

96793

Paukukalo

Maui

 

Paumalu

Honolulu

96712

Pauwalu

Maui

 

Pauwela

Maui

96708

Pawaa

Honolulu

96814

Pawaina

Hawaii

 

Peahi

Maui

96708

Pearl City

Honolulu

96782

Pearl City Heights

Honolulu

96782

Pearl Harbor Naval Cantonment

Honolulu

96818

Pearl Harbor Naval Public Works Center

Honolulu

96860

Pearl Harbor Naval Shipyard

Honolulu

96860

Pearl Harbor Naval Station

Honolulu

96860

Pearl Harbor Naval Submarine Base

Honolulu

96860

Pearl Harbor Naval Supply Center

Honolulu

96860

Pearl Ridge

Honolulu

96701

Pelekunu

Maui

 

Pepeekeo

Hawaii

96783

Pepeekeo Mill Camp

Hawaii

96783

Pihana

Maui

96793

Pihonua

Hawaii

 

Piihonua

Hawaii

96720

Pohakea Homesteads

Hawaii

96776

Pohakuloa Training Area

Hawaii

96556

Pohakupu

Honolulu

96734

Pohoiki

Hawaii

 

Poipu

Kauai

96756

Pokii

Kauai

 

Pomoho

Honolulu

96786

Ponohawai

Hawaii

 

Port Allen

Kauai

96705

Portlock

Honolulu

 

Princeville

Kauai

96722

Pua Akala

Hawaii

 

Puako

Hawaii

96743

Pualaa

Hawaii

 

Pualaea Homestead

Hawaii

96764

Pua Loke

Kauai

96766

Puhi

Kauai

96766

Pukalani

Maui

96788

Pukoo

Maui

96748

Pulehu

Maui

96790

Puna

Hawaii

Various

Punaluu

Hawaii

96777

Punaluu

Honolulu

96717

Punaluu Kahawai

Hawaii

 

Puohala Village

Honolulu

96744

Puopelu

Hawaii

 

Pupukea

Honolulu

96712

Puʻuanahulu

Hawaii

96725

Puu Anahulu Homesteads

Hawaii

 

Puʻueo

Hawaii

96720

Pu’uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park

Hawaii

96726

Puu Hue

Hawaii

96719

Puuhue Ranch

Hawaii

 

Puuiki

Maui

96713

Puukapu

Hawaii

 

Puʻukohola Heiau National Historic Site

Hawaii

96743

Puukolii

Maui

96761

Puunene

Maui

96784

Puunoa

Maui

96761

Puunui

Honolulu

 

Puuohala

Maui

96793

Puuohala Village

Maui

 

Puu Waawaa Ranch

Hawaii

96740

Puuwai

Kauai

96769

Ranch Camp

Honolulu

 

Renton Village

Honolulu

96706

Royal Hawaiian

Honolulu

96815

Royal Kunia-Village Park

Honolulu

 

Russian Village

Maui

 

Saint Louis Heights

Honolulu

 

Saki Mana

Kauai

 

Sam Sing Village

Maui

 

Sand Hills

Maui

 

Schofield Barracks

Honolulu

96786

School Village

Maui

96779

Shafter Flats

Honolulu

 

South Kohala

Hawaii

Various

South Kona

Hawaii

Various

Spanish B Village

Maui

96784

Spreckelsville

Maui

96779

Store Village

Maui

96779

Submarine Base

Honolulu

96818

Sunset Beach

Honolulu

96712

Tantalus

Honolulu

 

Tenney

Honolulu

96706

Tenney Village

Honolulu

 

Timber Town

Honolulu

96826

Tripler Army Medical Center

Honolulu

96819

Ualapue

Maui

96748

Ualapue

Maui

 

Ulaino

Maui

 

Ulumalu

Maui

96708

Ulupalakua

Maui

96790

Ulupalakua

Maui

 

Umikoa

Hawaii

96776

Umipaa

Maui

 

Union Mill

Hawaii

96755

University

Honolulu

96844

Upper Village Three

Maui

 

Varona Village

Honolulu

96706

Village 2

Kauai

96705

Village 3

Kauai

96705

Village 7

Kauai

96705

Village 10

Maui

96779

Village Eight

Maui

 

Village Five

Maui

 

Village Four

Maui

 

Village Park

Honolulu

 

Village Six

Maui

 

Village Thirteen

Maui

 

Village Two

Maui

 

Volcano

Hawaii

96785

Volcano House

Hawaii

96718

Wahiawa

Honolulu

96786

Wahiawa

Kauai

96705

Wahiawa Naval Communications Station

Honolulu

96786

Wahilauhue

Maui

 

Waiahole

Honolulu

96744

Waiahukini

Hawaii

 

Waiaka

Hawaii

 

Waiakea

Hawaii

96720

Waiakea Camps

Hawaii

96720

Waiakea Houselots

Hawaii

96720

Waiakoa

Maui

 

Waialae

Honolulu

 

Waialae-kahala

Honolulu

96816

Waialee

Honolulu

96712

Waialua

Honolulu

96791

Waialua

Maui

96748

Waialua Mill

Honolulu

96791

Waianae

Honolulu

96792

Waianae Homesteads

Honolulu

96792

Waianae Uka

Honolulu

96792

Waiau

Honolulu

96782

Waiehu

Maui

96793

Waiehu

Maui

 

Waiehu Village

Maui

96793

Waihee

Maui

96793

Waihee-Waiehu

Maui

96793

Waihee-Waikapu

Maui

 

Waihou

Hawaii

 

Waikane

Honolulu

96744

Waikapu

Maui

96793

Waikapuna

Hawaii

 

Waikapu Reservoir Village

Maui

96793

Waikele

Honolulu

96797

Waikii

Hawaii

 

Waikiki

Honolulu

96815

Waikoloa Village

Hawaii

96743

Waikoloa-Wai ale ale

Hawaii

 

Waikui

Hawaii

 

Wailau, Molokai

Maui

 

Wailea

Hawaii

96710

Wailea

Maui

 

Wailua

Kauai

96746

Wailua

Maui

96708

Wailuā Homesteads

Kauai

 

Wailua House Lots

Kauai

 

Wailua-Anahola

Kauai

 

Wailuku

Maui

96793

Wailuku Heights

Maui

 

Wailupe

Honolulu

 

Waimalu

Honolulu

96701

Waimanalo

Honolulu

96795

Waimanalo Beach

Honolulu

96795

Waimane Home

Honolulu

96782

Waimanu

Hawaii

 

Waimea

Hawaii

96743

Waimea

Honolulu

96712

Waimea

Kauai

96796

Waimea-Kohala Airport

Hawaii

96743

Wainaku

Hawaii

96720

Waineʻe

Maui

96761

Wainiha

Kauai

96714

Waiʻōhinu

Hawaii

96772

Waipahoehoe

Hawaii

 

Waipahu

Honolulu

96797

Waipiʻo

Hawaii

96758

Waipiʻo

Honolulu

 

Waipio Acres

Honolulu

96786

Waipouli

Kauai

96746

Waipunalei Homesteads

Hawaii

96746

Weliweli

Hawaii

 

Weloka

Hawaii

 

Wheeler Army Airfield

Honolulu

96854

Whitmore Village

Honolulu

96786

Wilhelmina Rise

Honolulu

 

Woodlawn

Honolulu

 

Wood Valley Homesteads

Hawaii

96777

Yung Hee Village

Maui