Kahoolawe is the smallest of the eight main volcanic islands in the Hawaiian islands. It is located about 7 miles southwest of Maui and also SE of Lanai.
Today Kahoolawe can be used only for native hawaiian cultural, spiritual and subsistence purposes. It has no permanent residents.
In 1993, became island reserve, consisting of the entire island and its surronding ocean waters in a two mile radius from the shore.
Maui island (Hawaii)
Maui, also known as the" Valley isle", for the large isthmus between its northwestern and southeastern volcanoes and the numerous large valleys carved into both mountains.
It has 120 miles of coastline for you to surf, snorkel, walk, ride,
windsurf--you get the idea. And they ...
11 Dec 15
Lanai island (Hawaii)
Lanai island, also known as "Pineapple island" because of its past as an island-wide pineapple plantation.
The island's only settlement of note is the small town of Lānaʻi City.
As of 2012, the island was 98% owned by Larry Ellison (Founder and Chairman of Oracle), with the ...
11 Dec 15