Hawaii Map with Cities

Map of Hawaii with Cities & Roads

The map of Hawaii features its cities, roads, rivers, and volcanic terrains. Honolulu, Kailua-Kona, and Hilo are some of the notable cities showcased on this map of Hawaii. Geographically, Hawaii is located in the Pacific Ocean, southwest of the continental United States, and it is the only U.S. state composed entirely of islands. Renowned for its tropical climate, Hawaii is fondly referred to as the “Aloha State”. While Hawaii is famous for its surf culture and vibrant flora and fauna, it is also known as the home of Pearl Harbor, Kona coffee, and the world’s most active volcano, Kilauea.

Capital of Hawaii:

  • The capital of Hawaii is Honolulu. It is located on the island of Oahu and is the most populous city in the state. Honolulu is known for its vibrant city life combined with stunning beaches and natural beauty.

Major Cities & Towns:

  • Honolulu

  • Hilo

  • Kailua-Kona

  • Kahului

  • Lihue

  • Pearl City

Major Counties:

  • Honolulu County

  • Hawaii County

  • Maui County

  • Kauai County

Interstate Highways:

  • While Hawaii does not have traditional interstate highways due to its island geography, it has four Interstate routes (H-1, H-2, H-3, and H-201) which are located on the island of Oahu.

Landmarks of Hawaii:

  • Diamond Head

  • Waikiki Beach

  • Pearl Harbor National Memorial

  • Haleakalā National Park

  • Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park

Climate of Hawaii: 

Hawaii has a tropical climate with mild temperatures throughout the year. The state experiences two main seasons: the dry season, which runs from April to October, and the wet season from November to March. Hawaii is also known for its microclimates, where weather conditions can greatly vary within short distances.

Wildlife in Hawaii:

Hawaii is renowned for its unique and diverse wildlife, many of which are endemic to the islands. From the green sea turtle (honu) to the Hawaiian monk seal and the Nene goose (Hawaii’s state bird) the state’s wildlife is as fascinating as its picturesque landscapes. 

Hawaiian Culture:

Hawaiian culture is deeply rooted in its Polynesian heritage, fused with influences from the west. It is a culture rich in traditions, music, dance (hula), and aloha spirit. The native Hawaiian culture is celebrated widely across the state through festivals and events.

CityAvg. Population TotalMean Bikescore (1-100)Mean Transitscore (1-100)Mean Walkscore (1-100)Avg. School Rating (1-10)Avg. Rent
Honolulu348,5426073746$2,875
Pearl City45,72630417$2,088
Hilo45,07736406$2,412
Waipahu39,43240446$2,382
Kaneohe33,77223395$2,949
Kahului31,35038395$2,946
Kihei22,41041325$3,456
Kailua22,27739357$3,100
Kapolei21,67329256$4,095
Wailuku17,62322284$2,939
Wahiawa16,97839354$1,812
Ewa Beach14,33645346$3,032
Waianae13,47230223$2,023
Lahaina12,73527364$3,893
Kapaa10,61933295
Aiea9,53018317$2,628
Lihue8,0766$2,300
Makawao7,78020273$2,769
Kula7,677434$5,250
Pukalani7,4086
Laie5,6538$2,990
Waimanalo5,53344364$4,033
Kalaheo5,4771227
Haleiwa4,5261137$4,014
Hauula3,96616174$3,400
Mountain View3,8443$2,250
Captain Cook3,774206$626
Kekaha3,4126$3,250
Waialua3,3463397$2,800
Eleele3,1332
Kaunakakai3,0071576$1,475
Koloa2,71832257$5,500
Lanai City2,6994
Holualoa2,635476$4,638
Kilauea2,4621404
Anahola2,3462
Paia2,2336$3,000
Honokaa2,23014106
Kealakekua2,0788$2,875
Kahuku2,06752445
Kapaau1,9784$2,900
Waimea1,86123154$3,650
Pahala1,7391
Kualapuu1,6152
Keaau1,3222124$2,200
Laupahoehoe1,1492
Kaaawa1,1156$5,000
Naalehu9825
Papaikou9219132$2,500
Hana7984
Volcano7852776
Paauilo6764
Hanalei2955$5,000

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