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The Hawaii state capital is Honolulu.
The population of Honokaa is approximately 2258 (2010).
The approximate number of families is 781 (1990), 751 (2010).
The amount of land area in Honokaa is 3.327 sq. kilometers.
The amount of surface water is 0 sq kilometers.
The distance from Honokaa to Washington DC is 4948 miles.
The distance to the Hawaii state capital is 174 miles. (as the crow flies)
Honokaa is positioned 20.07 degrees north of the equator and 155.46 degrees west of the prime meridian.


on the Big Island's Hamakua Coast some 40 miles north of Hilo
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Visit Mel's Honokaa Online & Photos website - Information and lots of great photos!

The community is a close-knit one that has roots going back to the sugar plantation days of more than 100 years ago. The plantation is gone, but the community lives on. Honokaa residents and those living in the surrounding area have proven to be resilient and have managed to maintain their unique and cherished lifestyles. Businesses have defied the odds and are catering to new markets in and out of the area. The future is bright for this rural Hamakua Community.

The Hamakua District consists of Honokaa, Kapulena, Kukuihaele, Haina, Paauhau, Ahualoa, Kalopa and Paauilo areas

The major visitor attraction in the Honokaa area is Waipio Valley. Here are some pictures of the valley.
The valley is about a 15 minute drive out of town along highway 24. Tourists can drive their rental cars to the valley lookout where they are greeted by a majestic view of the valley's floor and walls. Off in the distance is the island of Maui, clearly visible on a sunny, cloudless day.
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