9 Hidden Gems in Hawaii That Are worth Discovering 

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Lanikai Beach (Oahu) - Located on the east coast of Oahu, Lanikai Beach is often overlooked in favor of more well-known beaches.

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Makalwena Beach (Big Island) - Accessible via a bumpy dirt road, Makalwena Beach offers a secluded paradise.

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Waipio Valley (Big Island) - Located on the northeast coast of the Big Island, Waipio Valley is a lush and dramatic valley known as the "Valley of the Kings".

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Manoa Falls (Oahu) - Although not completely unknown, Manoa Falls is often overshadowed by more popular hikes.

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Waimanu Canyon (Big Island) - For experienced hikers, Waimanu Canyon offers a rewarding adventure.

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Makua Beach (Oahu) - Located on Oahu's Winding Coast, Makua Beach is also known as Tunnel Beach.

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Kaena Point (Oahu) - Located on the westernmost tip of Oahu, Kaena Point is a secluded nature reserve and an important cultural site.

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Pololu Valley (Big Island) - Located on the north coast of the Big Island, Pololu Valley is renowned for its breathtaking beauty.

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Secret Beach (Kauai) - As the name suggests, Secret Beach (also known as Kauapia Beach) is a secluded gem on Kauai's North Shore.

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