North America

Nihoa Island, Hawaii

Nihoa is otherwise known as Moku Manu or Bird Island and is popular among other Hawaiian Islands for being the tallest of the ten atolls and islands in the uninhabited Hawaiian Islands in Northwestern Honolulu. There are two peaks on the island which are the Tanager Peak and Miller’s Peak to the east and west respectively.

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Molokai Island, Hawaii

Molokai is one of the Hawaiian Islands and is reputed as being the third oldest and fifth largest island among the major Hawaii Islands. Travelers consider this island to be the ‘Most Hawaiian Island’ as it is home to the large number of native Hawaiians than any other island. In addition, the island has been nicknamed as ‘The Friendly Island’ largely because of the residents’ aloha.

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Molokini, Hawaii

Molokini is a partially submerged, crescent shaped volcanic crater located between Maui Island and Kahoolawe Island in Hawaii. It is located near the Maalaea Bay and Makena State Park. Over the years, it has emerged as one of the top tourist destinations for snuba, snorkeling and scuba diving and its islet has since been made a Seabird Sanctuary of Hawaii state.

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Lanai Island, Hawaii

Lanai is one of the Hawaii islands and Lanai City is the island’s only city. In most cases, if there is something you need as a tourist or a local, you can only find it at Lanai City. The island is easily accessible through Lanai Airport which is scheduled for servicing Kahului, Honolulu and Maui on Pacific Wings and Island Air.

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Coconut Island

Located in Kaneohe Bay, off O’ahu Island in Hawaii, Coconut Island is a well established marine research facility operated by Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology of University of Hawaii. The original island that measured just 12 acres was doubled by Christian Holmes II between 1934 and 1936 with sand, earthen landfill and coral rubble.

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Kure Atoll

Kure Atoll, otherwise known as the Ocean Island refers to an atoll found in Pacific Ocean just a few km beyond the Midway Atoll found in Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Green Island is the only piece of land in the atoll of a significant size and it is a habitat for thousands of seabirds.

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Niihau, Hawaii

Niihau, otherwise called ‘The Forbidden Island’ is home to about 250 native of Hawaii. The island is known as forbidden because people who are non-native Hawaiians aren’t allowed there. The natives have managed to maintain their cultural heritage and lifestyle which has remained nearly the same over many years.

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Yosemite National Park, USA

Partly due to the fact that it is a recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site, Yosemite National Park is one of the most visited national parks in US. The park is located in Sierra Nevada Mountains. Internationally, Yosemite National Park enjoys a reputation as a place full of spectacular water falls, granite cliffs, biological diversity and clear streams.

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Key West, USA

Key West city is found in an island that bears the same name in Monroe County. In continental US, Key West is best known for being the southernmost city. Key West city is not the most popular tourist destination in USA but on the other hand, there are so many great attractions to see here.

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St. Pete Beach, Florida

The city of St. Pete Beach is located in Tampa Bay near Saint Petersburg, Florida. Tourists visiting St Pete Beach can access the city through Saint Petersburg Clearwater International Airport and Tampa International Airport. With the Suncoast Beach Trolley, you will be able to conveniently explore all nearby unique beach communities starting from Pass A Grille to Clearwater Beach.

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