There are 16 Hawaii web directory related resources in this category!

  • The University of Hawai'i
    The University of Hawai'I includes ten campuses on six of the state's islands. Out of this system there are four community college campuses. The main campus for the university is located in Honolulu. Throughout the campuses, the university is known for its studies in Astronomy, Marine Biology, Botany and Geophysics.

  • Aloha Festivals
    Showcases details about the festival, sponsors, news, events, media, links to online social networks, merchandise and forms.

  • Bank of Hawaii
    The Bank of Hawaii is the financial institution in the state with the most customers. It also has the most branches and ATMs of any other bank on the islands. The bank can trace its origins back to 1893. It also provides services to American Samoa and the Pacific Islands.

  • Hawaii Ecotourism Association
    Showcases details about ecotourism, projects and events, encourages visitors to get involved and offers contact information.

  • Hawaiian Music History
    A Hawaiian music fan site featuring diverse sections, from artists, awards, events, shop, to instruments, falsetto or hula.

  • Honolulu Festival
    Official website offering details about participating groups, educational programs, festival history, as well as an event schedule, info on volunteers and merchandise and a contact page.

  • Jim Sanders Realty, Inc.
    Provides an up-to-date Maui real estate listing database. Features a property search engine, new listings, REO homes, real estate glossary and other links and resources.

  • Kalaeloa Raceway Park
    Provides news, photos, videos, forums, media, entry info, WOF registration, driver profiles, community outreach, motorsports sections, offers online tickets, calendar, map and contact page.

  • Ohana Gift & Jewelry, Inc.
    Online shop for gifts and jewelry. Features a product photo gallery, shipping rates, as well as contact and about sections.

  • Orchid Growers of Hawaii
    OGOH's official website, providing details about the alliance, events and news, member directory, as well as listings of potted and cut orchid growers.

  • Reyn Spooner Apparel
    Reyn Spooner is known for producing the classic Hawaiian Aloha shirt. The company is considered one of the top visionary businesses in the state. The apparel company began producing shirts in 1956 and was originally known as Spooners of Waikiki. The shirts are sold in retail stores throughout the Hawiian islands.

  • Sandal Tree
    Online sandal store, offering sandals, shoes and accessories for women, men and children.

  • Special Olympics Hawaii
    Official website that encourages donations and volunteering. Provides segments about the Special Olympics, sports, games, competitions, news releases, photos, videos, a fact sheet and also about sports and fundraising events.

  • Surf News Network
    Provides surf reports, surf cams, news, photos, videos and information on tides, weather, buoys and other links.

  • The Queen's Medical Center
    The private Queen's Medical Center has over 500 beds and is one of the largest hospitals in Hawaii. In 1859, the hospital was founded by Queen Emma and King Kamehameha IV to help promote the health of native Hawaiians. Today the hospital is the number one hospital for referrals in the Pacific Basin.

  • Wikipedia – Hawaii
    Wikipedia page about the US state of Hawaii, where state related historical, geographical, economic, political and cultural fact are available.

Hawaii otherwise known as the "Aloha State" is the only state in the USA that is completely made up of islands. It is also the only state that has tropical rainforests. The land for the islands was created from a series of volcanoes that rose from the floor of the Pacific Ocean.

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The Hawaiian islands are the most isolated land mass in the world. The climate on the islands is tropical and is known as one of the world's top tourist destinations.

Tourism remains the main industry in the state, however Hawaii is also known for a number of exports. The food items that are exported from the islands are macadamia nuts, pineapple, sugarcane and coffee.

The state is made up of eight main islands with Oahu serving as its primary hub for government and commerce. The largest city on Oahu is Honolulu. The city is home to the only royal palace in the country.

The Iolani Palace was the seat of government for the Hawaiian monarch prior to becoming a part of the United States. It is also the only state to have an official language besides English. Hawaiian was recognized as the state's official language in 1978.