Hawaii, state of the United States of America, located on an archipelago in the Pacific Ocean. There are 5 county in Hawaii. You can find the list of these counties and detailed information from the links below.
As the 50th state, Hawaii has a unique history and geography that has shaped its five counties. Here is an overview:
Honolulu County - Located on the island of Oahu, Honolulu County is home to the capital and largest city, Honolulu. With over 1 million residents, it is the most populous county in Hawaii. Tourism and military installations drive the economy.
Hawaii County - Covering the Big Island, Hawaii County offers a mix of black sand beaches, lush rainforests, and volcanoes. Hilo is the largest city, while Kailua-Kona is a popular tourist destination. Agriculture and astronomy are also important.
Maui County - Consisting of four islands, Maui County includes the famous vacation spots of Maui, Molokai, Lanai, and Kahoolawe. Tourism dominates, but agriculture including pineapple and coffee cultivation thrives.
Kauai County - On the scenic "Garden Isle," Kauai County is loved for its magnificent natural beauty. Lihue is the largest town, while the Waimea Canyon and Na Pali Coast attract outdoor adventurers.
Kalawao County - Established for the isolated Kalaupapa leper colony, Kalawao County on the island of Molokai today has around 100 residents. It relies on state and federal funds due to its small size and population.
From bustling Oahu to rural Molokai, Hawaii's counties encompass island paradises, volcanoes, plantation history, and native Hawaiian heritage unlike anywhere else in the United States.
|Hawaii County||203,340||Hawaii County cities|
|Honolulu County||963,826||Honolulu County cities|
|Kalawao County||87||Kalawao County cities|
|Kauai County||71,851||Kauai County cities|
|Maui County||167,902||Maui County cities|