Kaunakakai is the largest town in Molokai and is home to about half of the island’s population. As of 2010, Molokai’s population was just under 8,000. That gives you an idea of how small and remote this Hawaiian island is.
Kauais charming Hanalei Town, just minutes from Princeville, welcomes visitors with the timeless beauty one expects from a small town in Hawaii.
Koloa is where it all began. Hawaiis sugar industry was planted on Kauai at Old Koloa Town, where the first successful sugar venture on the Hawaiian Islands came to life.
Hanapepe Town and Valley features stunning scenery, which was used as the model for Disney’s Lilo and Stitch. The lush valley offers a relaxing backdrop for the quaint town.
Big Island’s Hilo Town is home to a number of local favorite shops and attractions. You’ll find many ways to relax and enjoy one of Hawaii’s most historic towns.
One of the oldest Chinatown districts in America, this part of downtown Honolulu is now home to the hippest spots in town.
For many, Paia Town and Beach is the starting point for the Road to Hana. And thats exactly why the Hana Highway was originally built, for the daily commute of sugarcane workers from Paia to Hana.
Kula Town on the island of Maui, covering the slopes of Haleakala. Home to many of Hawaii’s best local farms.
The quaint surf community of Haleiwa Town is located on Oahu’s North Shore and features great surf and local shave ice.
Hana Town is found on the east side of the island of Maui. The former place of sugar plantations, Maui’s Hana Town is along the Hana Highway.