Hawaii Photo Gallery: Say Aloha! to Honolulu

 
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Palm trees at dusk on Oahu, Hawaii's third-largest island and home of the state's capital, Honolulu  
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Honolulu is Hawaii's commercial and industrial center, but it's the emerald-green waters and lush tropical landscapes that are the real attraction for travelers.  
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Honolulu's Waikiki was once the seat of Hawaiian royalty. Today it throngs with tourists drawn to beautiful Waikiki Beach and the neighborhood's plethora of seaside resorts and hotels.  
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Lights along the Waikiki waterfront  
Credit: Gus Vanderelst/Photograher's Choice/Getty 
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Sunset at Shark's Cove on Oahu's North Shore. Though it takes some driving to reach from Honolulu, the North Shore offers a quieter alternative to the busy capital and is home to some of Oahu's best surfing.  
Credit: Ken VanVleck/Wikimedia 
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Banzai Beach, on Oahu's North Shore, is home to the Banzai Pipeline. Often featured in surfing films and the site of numerous competitions, the Pipeline is one of the most challenging (and treacherous) surfing and body-boarding breaks in the world.  
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A sweeping view of Kan'ohe and Kan'ohe Bay from the Pali Highway lookout. The highway traverses Ko'oalu Mountain, connecting Kailua and Kan'ohe with downtown Honolulu.  
Credit: Chuck Painter/Hawaii Tourism Authority 
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Teeming with aquatic life, the waters off Honolulu offer abundant opportunities for snorkeling and scuba diving.  
Credit: Oahu Visitors Bureau 
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The Diamond Head volcanic cone, seen from Waikiki Beach. Volcanic activity from the Ko'olau volcano formed many of the defining features of the landscape around Honolulu.  
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