Aloha! If you are interested in leaving a lighter footprint in your travels, if you want to learn about the host culture of Hawaii and the amazing places to visit here, from the most popular attractions to ones off the beaten path, you are in the right place... E Komo Mai - welcome!
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The Main Hawaiian Islands
(Articles with overviews, photos and helpful links)
Hawaii Nei (Island-Wide Topics)
Hawaii Ecotourism Hawaii eco tours (including camping at Malaekahana, dolphin adventures), ecotourism defined.. Hawaiian Lei, Plants & Gardens of Hawaii Early Hawaiian usage of plants, virtual Hawaii garden tour, Hawaiian lei (purchasing, lei greetings, how to make, care for), buying and caring for Hawaii plants, more. Hawaiian Marine & Land Animals Lots of images, so if on dial up, please be patient: this page incudes some of the best sites for learning about and finding out where to view Hawaii's animals, including Hawaii's dolphins, whales and the critically endangered Hawaiian monk. Hawaiian Language Learn some Hawaiian & Hawaiian Pidgin, contemplate the many meanings of Aloha, and click through to the best Hawaiian Language and Dictionaries on the Net. Hawaii on the Cheap - "Without Sacrificing Fun or Comfort." Lots of free tips, along with my Hawaii eco-travel on a budget ebooks.
CoconutRoads.com - Hawaii Eco Travel Magazine
The original Hawaii Ecotourism site,
serving Hawaii eco travel since 1999.
Using this online Hawaii vacation guide:
- Plan an Eco Friendly Hawaii Vacation.
- Plan a Budget Friendly Hawaii Vacation.
- Learn about Hawaii's natural beauty and culture.
- View videos and images of Hawaii.
"We in Hawaii have been blessed with one of the most unique and breathtakingly beautiful—yet fragile—environments on the planet. It includes our lands, the seas that surround us and the air we breathe. Being a wise steward of these natural treasures is my kuleana, and I hope, yours." ~Governor Neil Abercrombie
Lava from Kilauea Volcano meets the sea, Hawaii Island.
(the Big Island). Photo by Kirk Lee Aeder, courtesy of Hawaii Tourism Authority. Waikiki, Oahu with Diamond Head. Photo by Tor Johnson. Courtesy Hawaii Tourism Authority.
Maui - View from Hana Highway. Photo by Dis Guy L.A., courtesy of Hawaii Tourism Authority.