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National Marine Sanctuary Of American Samoa Park

10 Activites Phone: (684)-633-7354 Email: fagatelebay@noaa.gov Distance: 0.00 miles

The National Marine Sanctuary of American Samoa supports one of the greatest diversity of marine life in the national marine sanctuary system, including a wide variety of coral and other invertebrates, fishes, turtles, marine mammals and marine plants. The sanctuary also protects extensive coral reefs, deep water reefs, hydrothermal vent communities, rare marine archaeological resources and encomp...

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Rose Atoll National Wildlife Refuge Park

Phone: (808)-792-9550 Email: Don_Palawski@fws.gov Distance: 171.52 miles

Rose Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, 14 degrees south of the equator and about 2,500 miles south of Hawaii, is at the east end of the Samoan archipelago, 180 miles east of Pago Pago, American Samoa. It is the smallest atoll in the world with about 20 acres of land and 1,600 acres of lagoon. The square reef protects two small, emergent islands. Rose Island, the larger of the two, is low, sandy, and...

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Johnston Atoll National Wildlife Refuge Park

Phone: (808)-792-9560 Email: Pacific_Reefs@fws.gov Distance: 186.65 miles

Johnston Atoll National Wildlife Refuge is located in the central Pacific Ocean, 717 nautical miles west-southwest of Honolulu. The refuge is managed for 14 species of breeding sea birds and 5 species of wintering shorebirds, and for its coral reef and diverse marine organisms, including the threatened green sea turtle. The atoll comprises four small islands (696 acres), which constitute t...

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Kingman Reef National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: (808)-541-1201 Email: Steve_Barclay@fws.gov Distance: 799.32 miles

Kingman Reef is an uninhabited, barren, coral atoll with a deep lagoon 5 miles wide and 9ý miles long. Located about 1,000 miles southwest of Honolulu, this triangular reef has a land area of only 0.01 square miles. It became a U.S. naval reservation in 1934. Pan American Airways used the lagoon just before World War II as a station for seaplanes flying between Hawaii and Samoa. Kingman consists ...

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Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: (808)-541-1201 Email: Don_Palawski@fws.gov Distance: 834.07 miles

Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, a circular string of 52 islets, is one of the most diverse and spectacular coral reef systems in the world. Over 130 species of stony corals populate the reefs. About 1,000 miles south-southwest of Honolulu, the atoll is the only nesting habitat for migratory seabirds and shorebirds within 450,000 square miles of ocean. It consists of about 680 acres of abov...

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Hawaiian Islands National Wildlife Refuge Park

Phone: (808)-792-9550 Email: Don_Palawski@fws.gov Distance: 880.14 miles

The Hawaiian Islands National Wildlife Refuge is part of the Pacific Remote Islands National Wildlife Refuge Complex. Established in 1909 by Theodore Roosevelt's Executive Order 1019, the refuge covers the northwestern Hawaiian Islands, with the exception of Midway and Kure Atolls. It consists of a chain of islands, reefs, and atolls, including Nihoa, Necker, French Frigate Shoals, Gardner Pin...

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Huleia National Wildlife Refuge Park

Phone: (808)-828-1413 Email: Mike_Hawkes@fws.gov Distance: 913.07 miles

Encircled by waterfall-draped mountains, the picturesque Hanalei Valley on Kauai's north shore, harbors the Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge. Hawaii's first National Wildlife Refuge, established in 1972, it provides essential habitat for endangered Hawaiian water birds, including the koloa maoli (Hawaiian duck), 'alae ke'oke'o (Hawaiian coot), 'alae 'ula (Hawaiian moorhen), and ae'o (Hawaiian stil...

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Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: (808)-828-1413 Email: Mike_Hawkes@fws.gov Distance: 918.36 miles

Encircled by waterfall-draped mountains, the picturesque Hanalei Valley on Kauai's north shore, harbors the Hanalei Refuge. Established in 1972, it provides essential habitat for endangered Hawaiian water birds, including the koloa maoli (Hawaiian duck), 'alae ke'oke'o (Hawaiian coot), 'alae 'ula (Hawaiian moorhen), and ae'o (Hawaiian stilt).

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Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge Park

5 Activites Phone: (808)-828-1413 Email: Mike_Hawkes@fws.gov Distance: 921.99 miles

Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge's rocky cliffs provide premier nesting and roosting habitat for seven native Hawaiian seabirds. It is one of the most important seabird nesting sites in the inhabited Hawaiian Islands. Reintroduction of the endangered nene (Hawaiian goose) began on the refuge in 1991 as part of a statewide recovery program. Predator control and a predator proof fence line...

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Pearl Harbor National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: (808)-637-6330 Email: Barry_Stieglitz@fws.gov Distance: 969.20 miles

The West Loch and Middle Loch of Pearl Harbor are sites of small urban refuge units. This wetland refuge is primarily devoted to the recovery of Hawaii's four endemic waterbirds (Hawaiian stilt, Hawaiian moorhen, Hawaiian coot, and Hawaiian duck). All four birds are listed as endangered species due to their precipitous decline in the 20th century. The 36-acre refuge unit at West Loch, kno...

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World War Ii Valor In The Pacific National Monument Park

Rank: 45 Phone: (808)-422-3300 Email: USAR_Administration@nps.gov Distance: 971.20 miles

World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument preserves and interprets the stories of the Pacific War, including the events at Pearl Harbor, the internment of Japanese Americans, the battles in the Aleutians, and the occupation of Japan.

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Honolulu Engineer District Pacific Regional Visitor Center ( National Park

3 Activites Phone: (808)-438-2815 Distance: 974.55 miles

The Honolulu Engineer District Pacific Regional Visitor Center (PRVC) is located atop historic Battery Randolph at Fort DeRussy, Waikiki, Hawaii. The Pacific Regional Visitor Center is presently undergoing a renovation, but has on display an interim exhibit that describes the Corps of Engineers' mission in the Pacific. The PRVC is presently open to the public Tuesday through Sunday from 10 a.m. to...

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Oahu Forest National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: (808)-637-6330 Email: Barry_Stieglitz@fws.gov Distance: 989.70 miles

O'ahu Forest National Wildlife Refuge is located on the upper slopes of the misty northern Ko'olau Mountains, and protects some of the last remaining intact native forests on O'ahu. Many of the native plants and animals that once thrived in these forests are either extinct or on the brink of extinction. Management intervention is needed to stabilize native ecosystems and prevent more speci...

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James Campbell National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: 80863763303 Email: Barry_Stieglitz@fws.gov Distance: 993.54 miles

James Campbell Refuge consists of over 160 acres of wetland habitat in two separate wetland units near the community of Kahuku on the northeastern shore of Oahu, Hawaii. This wetland refuge is primarily devoted to the recovery of Hawaii's four endemic water birds (Hawaiian stilt, Hawaiian moorhen, Hawaiian coot, and Hawaiian duck). All four birds are listed as endangered species due to their preci...

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Kakahaia National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: (808)-875-1582 Email: Glynnis_Nakai@fws.gov Distance: 1,019.78 miles

Kakahaia Refuge is a coastal freshwater pond, originally used as an artificial fish pond. This 44-acre refuge is situated on the south coast of Moloka'i. Established in 1977, it provides habitat for the endangered 'alae ke'oke'o (Hawaiian coot) and small numbers of 'ae'o (Hawaiian stilt), migratory waterfowl, and shorebirds. Northern pintails are common in winter months; and the Pacific golden...

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Kalaupapa National Historical Park

Rank: 224 1 Activites Phone: (808)-567-6802 Email: KALA_Administration@nps.gov Distance: 1,020.56 miles

When Hansen's disease (leprosy) was introduced to the Hawaiian Islands, King Kamehameha V banished all afflicted to the isolated Kalaupapa peninsula on the north shore of Molokai. Since 1866, more than 8000 people, mostly Hawaiians, have died at Kalaupapa. Once a prison, Kalaupapa is now refuge for the few remaining residents who are now cured, but were forced to live their lives in isolation.

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Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park

Rank: 194 5 Activites Phone: (808)-326-9057 Email: ruth_aloua@nps.gov Distance: 1,038.88 miles

To survive in a hot and arid environment the native Hawaiians (kanaka maoli) used ancient fishing skills, including the building of fishponds, and the knowledge of the location of precious fresh water (wai) that flows into the many brackish pools throughout the park. The spirit of the people (poe) and the knowledge of the elders (kupuna) created a tradition of respect and reverence for this area.

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Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary Park

11 Activites Phone: (800)-831-4888 Email: hihumpbackwhale@noaa.gov Distance: 1,039.19 miles

No one knows exactly when humpback whales first began wintering in the warm, shallow waters around the Hawaiian Islands. Narrative reports from whalers document the appearance of these majestic giants in Hawaii in the 1840s, but little evidence substantiates an earlier presence. But arrive they did, and today the waters around the main Hawaiian Islands of Kauai, Oahu, Hawaii, Maui, Molokai, Lanai ...

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Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge Park

2 Activites Phone: (808)-875-1582 Email: Glynnis_Nakai@fws.gov Distance: 1,039.37 miles

Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge is one of the few natural wetlands remaining in the Hawaiian Islands. Located along the south central coast of the island of Maui between the towns of Kihei and Ma'alaea, this 691-acre wetland is home to the endangered Hawaiian coot (ae'o) and Hawaiian coot ('alae ke oke'o). The refuge is adjacent to Kealia Beach, which is a nesting ground for the endangered h...

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Kaloko-Honokohau National Historical Park

Email: ruth_aloua@nps.gov Distance: 1,039.83 miles

To survive in a hot and arid environment the native Hawaiians (kanaka maoli) used ancient fishing skills, including the building of fishponds, and the knowledge of the location of precious fresh water (wai) that flows into the many brackish pools throughout the park. The spirit of the people (poe) and the knowledge of the elders (kupuna) created a tradition of respect and reverance for this area

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Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park

Email: eric_andersen@nps.gov Distance: 1,040.06 miles

Imagine you had just broken the sacred laws, the Kapu, and the only punishment was death. Your only chance of survival is to elude your pursuers and reach the Pu'uhonua, a place of refuge. The Pu'uhonua protected the kapu breaker, civilians during the time of war and the defeated warriors. No harm could come to those who reached the boundaries of the place of refuge.

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Pu'uhonua O Honaunau National Historical Park

Rank: 139 3 Activites Phone: 80832822888 Email: eric_andersen@nps.gov Distance: 1,040.06 miles

Imagine you had just broken the sacred laws, the kapu, and the only punishment was death. Your only chance of survival is to elude your pursuers and reach the Pu'uhonua, a place of refuge. The Pu'uhonua protected the kapu breaker, defeated warriors, as well as civilians during the time of battle. No harm could come to those who reached the boundaries of the place of refuge.

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Howland Island National Wildlife Refuge Park

1 Activites Phone: (808)-541-1201 Email: Steve_Barclay@fws.gov Distance: 1,041.22 miles

Howland Island National Wildlife Refuge, 50 miles north of the equator and 1,600 miles southwest of Honolulu, is a low, flat, sandy island with a narrow fringing reef. The refuge is over 32,000 acres, including 400-acre Howland Island. The majority of the refuge is marine habitat, including extensive coral reefs and other inshore tropical ocean habitats. Uninhabited and vegetated only by grass...

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Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail Park

Email: alka@nps.gov Distance: 1,044.30 miles

Established in 2000 for the preservation, protection and interpretation of traditional Native Hawaiian culture and natural resources, Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail is a 175 mile corridor and trail network of cultural and historical significance. It traverses through hundreds of ancient Hawaiian settlement sites and over 200 ahupua'a (traditional sea to mountain land divisions). Connect now.

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Haleakala National Park

Rank: 83 5 Activites Phone: (808)-572-4400 Distance: 1,049.79 miles

This special place vibrates with stories of ancient and modern Hawaiian culture and protects the bond between the land and its people. The park also cares for endangered species, some of which exist nowhere else. Come visit this special place - renew your spirit amid stark volcanic landscapes and sub-tropical rain forest with an unforgettable hike through the backcountry.

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