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Oahu is also called the Heart of Hawaii. On the third largest Hawaiian island is the capital of the state of Hawaii, Honolulu, and the majority of the Hawaiian population lives here. The island forms the economic center of Hawaii and is the most famous of the Hawaiian islands. On a discovery tour of Oahu, you’ll encounter bustling Honolulu, the tourist center of Waikiki, relaxed surf towns, impressive waterfalls, phenomenal views, secluded beaches as well as impressive craters, hiking trails and snorkeling spots. The climate of Oahu varies depending on which side of the island you are on: While the north and east have lush vegetation and it rains frequently here, the south and west are much drier. The two characteristic mountain ranges of Oahu are called Waianae and Koolau. The highest elevation is Mount Kaala with 1.225 meters. By the way, there is no ferry connection from Oahu to the neighboring islands, so you always have to use one of the flights from Honolulu airport.

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Hawaii – Things to know, Photo spots & Travel Guide for a holiday (USA)

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In the middle of the Pacific Ocean, 3,600 kilometers from the U.S. mainland, is the 50th u.S. state: Hawaii. For many, the epitome of the South Seas ❤ And in fact, the islands exude a unique flair and enchant you very quickly with the famous Aloha charm. Each of the six main islands – Kauai, Oahu, Molokai, Lanai, Maui, Big Island – has its own personality, nature and sights and offers different activities to all tastes.

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Koko Crater – A hike on the old railway tracks in Oahu (USA)

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Today we were already sitting at 8 o’clock in the morning in our rental car,because we wanted to climb the Koko Crater Railway Trail, which is located on the southeast side of the island of Oahu, just in the early hours of the morning. And since it gets very hot in the morning, we wanted to use the early morning hours so as not to sweat completely immediately after ten meters.

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