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Meet Kamapua'a, Hawaii's surfing pig
Here is a surfing pig in Hawaii. No further commentary needed....
See 10 great island courses that have hosted some of the greatest players and most spectacular tournaments in professional golf.
Ever had a lavender margarita? You'll have to visit one of the lavender farmers of Maui's Mount Haleakala.
Tour the Hawaiian Coffee Co. factory for island history and steaming samples.
Travel the hair-raising roller-coaster route fraught with hairpin turns, one-lane bridges, and sheer cliffs.
Niihaus reputation is well deserved. For nearly a century and a half, the privately owned, 70-square-mile island, located 17 miles southwest of Kauai, has been off limits to outsiders, earning it the Forbidden moniker.
It has become a tradition on the Big Island to use white coral to spell out messages of love, shout-outs to friends, and memorials alongside the Hawaii Belt Road.