15 Facts You Didn’t Know About Hawaii (2023)

Hawaii is quite possibly the most beloved state in the nation, one that we equate with stunning beauty, true relaxation, and inimitable friendliness. But that doesn’t mean we know all the details about Hawaii that we should know, among them its complex history. There are plenty of fun facts about Hawaii, like that its beaches are open to everyone, which make the state such an exceptional place to spend time in. Here are the Hawaii facts you need to know.

1. Hawaii was illegally overthrown by the United States.

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What many people don’t know about Hawaii is that it was once ruled by the Hawaiian Monarchy, making it the only US state that has an actual royal residence, Iolani Palace. During Queen Liliuokalani’s reign in 1893, a group of men from Liliuokalani’s cabinet of American, German, and British descent, known as The Committee of Public Safety, executed a military coup to overthrow the Hawaiian Kingdom.

In its aftermath, US President Grover Cleveland was in favor of restoring the monarchy, but his successor, President William McKinley, saw Hawaii as a strategic power for US troops fighting in the Spanish-American War. Hawaii’s annexation as a US territory followed soon after, and in 1959 it became the 50th US state.

2. The Hawaiian islands are a really long chain of 137 islands.

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Most people know Hawaii is composed of a few islands, since the question often comes up of how to choose which one to visit. In fact, Hawaii is made up of a whole bunch of landmasses. First, you have the eight major islands: Oahu, Maui, Hawaii Island (also known as the Big Island or even just Hawaii), Kauai, Lanai, Molokai, Niihau, and the lesser-known Kahoolawe. In total, Hawaii comprises 137 islands including the major eight, islets, atolls, and reefs that stretch an astonishing 1,500 miles from north to south.

3. Hawaii has 10 of the world’s 14 climate zones.

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The island chain isn’t just long, but it also contains an incredible variety of climate zones. On some of the larger islands, you can explore many of these different zones in one day. So while Hawaii enjoys some of the most beautiful white sand beaches in the world, and it has plenty of tropical lushness, its diverse climates may surprise you. On Hawaii Island alone, you can find all 10 zones: from the said tropical and continuously wet to hot desert and even snowy areas, you see and experience pretty much everything Earth has to offer on one island.

4. The Hawaiian islands are the most geographically isolated island chain on Earth.

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More than 2,000 miles away from any other place, Hawaii is the most isolated island chain on Earth, so it’s no wonder the unique flora, fauna, and frankly, grocery prices, tend to amaze people. Hawaii’s ecosystem developed in almost total isolation. In order to protect these native creatures, it’s illegal to import or own snakes in Hawaii, although researchers have nonetheless found some species — possibly brought within the last few decades — in the wild.

5. The Hawaiian alphabet only has only 12 letters.

For non-native speakers and tourists, Hawaiian names can be a challenge. The reason why might be because the Hawaiian alphabet only contains 12 letters — plus the ʻokina, written as an apostrophe and representing a break in a sound, which is why Hawai’i is locally pronounced as “Hawai-ee,” and the Kahakō, a line over a vowel that adds stress to that vowel. The ʻokina and kahakō change the sound of words so that words with the same Latin letters may have very different meanings. Because so few consonants make up the Hawaiian language, words like Humuhumunukunukuapuaʿa (Hawaii’s state fish) can be challenging for mainlanders to pronounce.

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6. There are no billboards in Hawaii.

The first of four states to ban billboards (ahead of Alaska, Maine, and Vermont), Hawaii enjoys wide open spaces free from billboards so that our residents can enjoy distraction-free, scenic driving.

7. Hawaii is the most diverse state in the country.

Hawaiian, Filipino, Japanese, Chinese, Korean, Portuguese, Black African, white — in Hawaii, there is no single dominant group, and one-quarter of its population is mixed race. In fact, Hawaii is the most ethnically and racially diverse state in the country. Hawaii is a giant melting pot of different cultures.

The Native Hawaiian population decreased dramatically after Western contact by Captain Cook in 1778 brought influenza, smallpox, and sexually transmitted diseases. Nonetheless, today Hawaii’s rich, Indigenous culture thrives. Further, in the 1850s, immigrants from Japan, China, Korea, and the Philippines began arriving to work in the growing and successful sugar business on sugarcane fields throughout the islands. Although the last plantation shut down on Maui in 2016, and sugar production is now a retired practice in the islands, many families have rooted themselves here.

8. All beaches are public in Hawaii.

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Much to the joy of residents and tourists alike, all beaches (with the exception of a few government-use beaches) are public access in Hawaii. Residents or businesses who attempt to obstruct public access to beaches can face hefty fines. Even the most secret-looking beaches are open for your enjoyment.

9. Oahu has a small population of wallabies living in Kalihi Valley.

A popular urban myth that a small group of wallabies, native to Australia, are living in Hawaii was proven with several sightings of this elusive marsupial. Said to have escaped from the Honolulu Zoo, a pair of wallabies grew their small population, which now live mostly in Kalihi Valley on Oahu.

10. The tallest mountain in the world is in Hawaii.

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This may come as a bit of a surprise to all who thought that distinction belonged to Mount Everest. The fun Hawaii fact here is that, while Mount Everest is the tallest mountain above sea level, Hawaii island’s Maunakea is the tallest peak when measured from its base below sea level to its summit. Maunakea, the top of which even gets its share of snowfall, soars 33,500 feet up from the ocean floor.

11. The southernmost part of the United States is actually on Hawaii island.

Key West claims the southernmost part of the continental US, but South Point on Hawaii Island, with its green-sand beach and giant cliffs spilling into the Pacific, is the southernmost point of the entire United States.

12. Hawaii is the unofficial US capital of Spam.

Hawaiians consume more Spam than anyone else in the country — even more than folks in Minnesota, the home of Spam. Besides enjoying the processed, canned meat in regular treats like Spam musubi, where Spam is rolled up with sushi rice and wrapped in nori, they also love it sandwiched between a hamburger patty and a fried egg in what they call a loco moto. Oahu also hosts the world’s largest Spam Festival, called Spam Jam Waikiki.

13. You can mail a coconut from Hawaii.

Your loved ones on the mainland can open their mailbox and be stunned to find an unwrapped — but stamped — coconut waiting there for them. Before you head off to the post office on a Hawaiian island with plans to send the tasty gourd back home, though, note that it has to go through an agricultural inspection first. That can be done at the airport. To make things easier, you could just find a business that has pre-inspected and decorated coconuts, like the Coco-notes from the Panulu’u Bake Shop on Maui, and have them send it for you.

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14. Hawaii does not observe Daylight Savings Time.

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When the rest of the US springs ahead or falls behind, adjusting their clocks an hour forward or backward, Hawaii’s clocks stay exactly the same. Since Hawaii is only 20 degrees north of the equator, its sunset and sunrise times don’t vary enough to bother changing their clocks. Hawaii observes its own time zone, Hawaii Standard Time.

15. Hawaii is the only state whose landmass is growing due to volcanic eruptions.

Perhaps one of the best things about Hawaii is that its landmass is not finite: Hawaii continues to grow.

The Hawaiian islands are formed due to being situated atop a geothermal “hot spot” deep under the ocean’s surface. Hawaii Island is home to Kilauea, one of the world’s most active volcanoes, which is continuously erupting. The lava that spurts up hits sea level and creates new landmass, meaning there is more Hawaii being made every day. 15 Facts You Didn’t Know About Hawaii (10)

A version of this article was previously published on November 9, 2017, and was updated on January 12, 2021, with more information.

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What you didnt know about Hawaii? ›

The state gem isn't actually a mineral – black coral. Hawaii has the most amount of endangered species. Hawaii has the highest life expectancy in the country. Hawaii's famous macadamia nut isn't native to Hawaii.

What is the most interesting fact about Hawaii? ›

Hawaii is the world's largest island chain, and it's the only U.S. state completely made up of islands. But only 7 of its 132 islands are inhabited: Hawaii (also known as the Big Island), Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Oahu, Kauai, and Niihau. The Hawaiian Islands are volcanic islands.

What are Hawaiian people called? ›

Native Hawaiians, (also known as Indigenous Hawaiians, Aboriginal Hawaiians, First Hawaiians, or simply Hawaiians) (Hawaiian: kānaka, kānaka ʻōiwi, kānaka maoli, and Hawaiʻi maoli), are the Indigenous ethnic group of Polynesian people of the Hawaiian Islands.

What language do Hawaiians speak? ›

Hawaiian (ʻŌlelo Hawaiʻi, pronounced [ʔoːˈlɛlo həˈvɐjʔi]) is a Polynesian language of the Austronesian language family that takes its name from Hawaiʻi, the largest island in the tropical North Pacific archipelago where it developed. Hawaiian, along with English, is an official language of the US state of Hawaii.

What should you not say in Hawaii? ›

14 Foolproof Ways To Make Someone From Hawaii Cringe
  • Tell us that we pronounce "Hawaii" funny. ...
  • Drive like an idiot - or use your car horn. ...
  • Referring to all locals as "Hawaiians." ...
  • Talk about your dislike of the beach. ...
  • Trying to speak pidgin like the locals. ...
  • Ask us if you need a passport to visit Hawaii.
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What is the oldest thing in Hawaii? ›

Since its discovery almost 40 years ago, Okilani an ancient Ohi'a tree on Maui, has fascinated scientists. The massive plant has been estimated to be over 4,000-years-old, making it the oldest known living thing in Hawaii, and one of the oldest living nonclonal trees in the world.

Is it normal to not wear shoes in Hawaii? ›

This sign is on most homes in Hawaii to remind locals and non-locals alike to take off their shoes before entering the home. To walk into someone's home with your shoes (or “slippers”) on is considered very disrespectful, rude, and quite simply, something you just don't do.

What is Hawaii biggest predator? ›

Are there any Large Predators in Hawaii? The great white shark is the largest predator in Hawaii but is an infrequent visitor, so doesn't pose very much of a threat. On land, the great centipede is the most dangerous animal in Hawaii.

What Hawaiians known for? ›

Hawaii is known for its beautiful beaches, its laid-back lifestyle, and its delicious food. From traditional Hawaiian dishes like poi and laulau to modern favorites like poke and Kalua pig, you are in for a treat after exploring the mountains or surfing the waves.

What is Hawaii famous food? ›

Here are 10 popular Hawaiian food and drink options you really must try on your next Hawaiian cruise.
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  • Poi. ...
  • Lomi Lomi Salmon. ...
  • Kalua Pua'a. ...
  • Lau Lau. ...
  • Haupia. ...
  • Pipi Kalua. ...
  • Loco Moco.

How old is Hawaii today? ›

The Hawaiian islands formed as the Pacific Ocean floor moved over an underlying hot spot in the earth, shown here by a dotted circle. The present island of Kauai formed about 5 million years ago; Maui Nui, the landmass now represented by Maui and nearby (more...)

Why is Hawaii sand green? ›

The green sand is created by a common mineral in Big Island lava called olivine, which stays deposited on this beach because it is heavier than the other components of the lava. Swimming at the green sand beach is possible, but the surf is quite strong along the notorious southern shore.

What do you call a Hawaiian girl? ›

The word "wahine" came into English in the late 18th century from Maori, the language of a Polynesian people native to New Zealand; it was originally used for a Maori woman, especially a wife. The word is also used for a woman in Hawaiian and Tahitian, though spelled "vahine" in the latter.

Did Hawaiians marry their siblings? ›

The practice of marriage between siblings in the royal family was considered a way of keeping the bloodlines pure in ancient Hawaii.

What race is a Hawaiian? ›

People who are descended from the original peoples of the Far East, Southeast Asia, or the Indian subcontinent are referred to as Asian. People who are descended from any of the original peoples of Hawaii, Guam, Samoa, or other Pacific Islands are referred to as Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander.

What's the Hawaiian word for hello? ›

Aloha can be used to say “Hello” or “Goodbye.” and it has a deeper meaning to the Hawaiian people. Aloha also means kindness, love and affection. For example, in Hawaii people do things 'with aloha' like surfing, working or living, etc. To do something with 'Aloha' means to do it with your soul.

What is your name in Hawaiian? ›

So, to ask "What is your name?", you should say "ʻO wai kou inoa?".

What is Hawaiian money called? ›

Hawaiian dollar

What language was banned in Hawaii? ›

After the overthrow of the Hawaiian Kingdom in 1893, teaching and learning through the medium of Hawaiian was banned in 1896. Many Hawaiian elders have told of being punished for speaking Hawaiian at school. Hawaiian language would not be heard in schools for the next four generations.

What's considered rude in Hawaii? ›

Drive slow and do not honk your horn unless it's an emergency, it's considered really rude. And if you're driving on a narrow road and see a local behind you, it's polite to pull over and let them pass you.

Is it rude to say mahalo? ›

Mahalo means “thank you.” If someone does you a kindness, don't be shy about saying, “Mahalo,” to them. Locals will be pleased that you used this word.

What food did Hawaii invent? ›

Today, taro is the only starch in Hawaii's foodway that isn't imported, making it an important crop for the islands to this day. Over time, Hawaiians began diluting the sticky substance with water to make the modern staple, poi. Poi is a purple, pudding-like substance that is eaten with the fingers.

Who first lived in Hawaii? ›

The Hawaiian Islands were first settled as early as 400 C.E., when Polynesians from the Marquesas Islands, 2000 miles away, traveled to Hawaii's Big Island in canoes. Highly skilled farmers and fishermen, Hawaiians lived in small communities ruled by chieftains who battled one another for territory.

What's the youngest Hawaiian island? ›

Volcanism on Kaua'i Island ended about 3.8 million years ago, making it the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands. On the Island of Hawai'i, the youngest of the main Hawaiian Islands, Kīlauea and Mauna Loa are historically the two most active volcanoes, with frequent eruptions.

What can you not take home from Hawaii? ›

Items from Hawaii that travelers may NOT bring to the U.S. mainland:
  • Fresh fruits and vegetables, except for those listed above as permitted.
  • Berries of any kind, including whole fresh coffee berries (aka, coffee cherries) and sea grapes.
  • Cactus plants or cactus plant parts.
  • Cotton and cotton bolls.
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What foods can you not get in Hawaii? ›

RESTRICTED OR PROHIBITED ITEMS:
  • Pineapple and bromeliad plants and fruits.
  • Passion fruit plants and seeds.
  • Cruciferous root vegetables (radish, turnip, daikon, horseradish, rutabaga)
  • Corn on the cob.
  • Citrus and pulpy fruits from Florida & Puerto Rico.
  • Taro and dasheen.
  • Coconuts.

Is driving barefoot illegal in Hawaii? ›

Contrary to popular belief, no! It is not illegal to drive barefoot. No states in the U.S. have road laws against driving without shoes. But, keep in mind that driving barefoot rather than driving with shoes can lessen the grip and control you have on the pedals, which could lead to an accident.

What Alcohol is only sold in Hawaii? ›

Okolehao is the only native Hawaiian spirit. Often dubbed as Hawaiian moonshine, it is distilled from fermented roots of ti plant (also known as oke).

What candy is Hawaii known for? ›

One of the most popular candies on our beautiful tropical island is Li Hing Mui candy. Li Hing Mui candies are dried fruit gummy candies that range from sweet to salty and have even been described as tangy.

What is a traditional Hawaiian gift? ›

What's a traditional Hawaiian gift? One of the most universally exchanged gifts in Hawaii is leis. These can be fresh flower leis, ribbon leis, feather leis, or kukui nut leis. You can even purchase silk flower leis at gift shops to bring home for friends and family.

What animal causes the most deaths in Hawaii? ›

Here are the most dangerous animals in Hawaii:
  • Eels.
  • Moray eel.
  • Brown tree snake.
  • Scorpions.
  • Red Velvet Ant.
  • Yellow-Bellied Sea Snake.
  • Black Widow.
  • The Brahminy blind snake.
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What animal eats snakes in Hawaii? ›

Irresponsible pet owners brought and released a number of them into the State. But if a snake ever got loose and began to thrive in the Aloha State, at least we have the mongoose as a natural predator to them.

What is the fastest animal in Hawaii? ›

Hawaii Bonefish the fastest fish in the sea
Peregrine Falcon (Falco peregrinus)325 mph
Sailfish (Istiophorus platypterus)70 mph
Cheetah (Acinonyx jubatus)70mph
Pronghorn antelope (Antilocapra americana)61 mph
Striped marlin (Tetrapturus audax)50 mph
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Who is the main Hawaiian god? ›

Kane. The chief god of the Hawaiian pantheon, Kane was the creator and the god of light. There are several titles beginning with the name Kane, but they all refer to the creator god. He's called Tane in Tahiti, New Zealand and southeastern Polynesia.

What animal is known for Hawaii? ›

The Hawaiian Monk seal ('ilio holo i ka uaua) is found only in Hawaiʻi, with most of the population frequenting the remote, nearly uninhabited Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Monk Seals are critically endangered, and are the second rarest seal species on earth (their Mediterranean cousins own that distinction).

What is Hawaii's favorite snack? ›

One of the most popular snacks from Hawaii, Spam musubi is the typical go to Hawaiian snack on the islands and one of the easy Hawaiian snacks to make on your own if you have a craving for spam.

What fruit is native to Hawaii? ›

Believe it or not, Hawaii has four distinct seasons, all of which produce different types of tropical fruit. FALL: breadfruit, citrus, dragon fruit, jackfruit, passionfruit, starfruit. WINTER: breadfruit, citrus, longan, mangosteen, rambutan. SPRING: avocados, chocolate sapote, citrus, lychee, mangosteen, star apple.

What is a popular dessert in Hawaii? ›

Malassadas are essentially Hawai'i's version of doughnuts, but better. Imagine brioche, but softer, deep-fried, and rolled in sugar, then filled with ingredients like dobash (chocolate pudding), haupia, or vanilla custard. The origins may be Portuguese, but malassadas are one of Hawai'i's most iconic desserts.

What will Hawaii look like in 2050? ›

Hawaii could see anywhere between six and eight inches of sea level rise in the next three decades. HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - America's coasts will be dealing with about a foot of sea level rise on average by the year 2050, a new federal study shows.

Were there dinosaurs in Hawaii? ›

No non-avian dinosaur fossils have ever been found in Hawaii because the volcanic activity responsible for their creation did not begin until after their extinction. Hawaii therefore has rocks of both the wrong age and type to preserve dinosaur fossils. Most of Hawaii's animal fossil record consists of marine life.

What is the oldest town in Hawaii? ›

Hilo, Hawaii
CountryUnited States
StateHawaii
CountyHawaii
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What island has pink sand? ›

Harbour Island is most renowned for its beautiful Pink Sand Beach, located along its eastern Atlantic Ocean side. It almost seems endless, stretching for some three plus miles, and it is 50 to 100 feet wide.

Why is Hawaii water so blue? ›

The reason the ocean is blue is due to the absorption and scattering of light. The blue wavelengths of light are scattered, similar to the scattering of blue light in the sky but absorption is a much larger factor than scattering for the clear ocean water.

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How old is Hawaii island? ›

The hotspot, which geologists estimate began producing the Hawaiian Islands 30 million years ago, is a plume of molten rock that rises through the mantle, the mostly solid layer between the crust and core.

How old is Hawaii today? ›

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How old is Hawaii USA? ›

Hawaii (Hawaiian: Hawai'i) became the 50th U.S. state on August 21, 1959.

What is the youngest island? ›

Surtsey on November 30, 1963, 16 days after the beginning of the eruption. A volcanic eruption which took place off the southern coast of Iceland on October 14, 1963 led to the formation of the island of Surtsey.

Were there dinosaurs in Hawaii? ›

No non-avian dinosaur fossils have ever been found in Hawaii because the volcanic activity responsible for their creation did not begin until after their extinction. Hawaii therefore has rocks of both the wrong age and type to preserve dinosaur fossils. Most of Hawaii's animal fossil record consists of marine life.

Which Hawaiian is the youngest? ›

Hawaiʻi island (the Big Island) is the biggest and youngest island in the chain, built from five volcanoes.

Who first lived in Hawaii? ›

The Hawaiian Islands were first settled as early as 400 C.E., when Polynesians from the Marquesas Islands, 2000 miles away, traveled to Hawaii's Big Island in canoes. Highly skilled farmers and fishermen, Hawaiians lived in small communities ruled by chieftains who battled one another for territory.

What will Hawaii look like in 2050? ›

Hawaii could see anywhere between six and eight inches of sea level rise in the next three decades. HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - America's coasts will be dealing with about a foot of sea level rise on average by the year 2050, a new federal study shows.

Who is the oldest person in Hawaii? ›

Florence Kamei
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Birth:6 August 1904 Kekaha, Hawaii, USA
Death:15 September 2012 Koloa, Hawaii, USA
Age:108 years, 40 days
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What is the oldest thing in Hawaii? ›

Since its discovery almost 40 years ago, Okilani an ancient Ohi'a tree on Maui, has fascinated scientists. The massive plant has been estimated to be over 4,000-years-old, making it the oldest known living thing in Hawaii, and one of the oldest living nonclonal trees in the world.

How old is the youngest island in Hawaii? ›

Why The Big Island Is The 'Youngest' Island: The Big Island is somewhere between 400,000 and 800,000 years old – the youngest of any of the Hawaiian Islands. Pay a visit to Hawaii Volcanoes National Park and you can see fresh lava, days, hours and even minutes old.

Which island is the oldest? ›

They now compose the only oceanic archipelago on the planet which consists of granitic continental fragments. This extraordinary geological provenance also makes the Seychelles the world's oldest islands, by far.

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