How Much Do You Know About The Hawaiian Islands?

Everyone wants to go to Paradise, but how much do you really know about the islands in the middle of the Pacific? Take this quiz now to find out!
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Question 1/12

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Which of these are NOT outlawed in Hawaii?
Rats
Billboards
Snakes
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Question 2/12

deviantart.net
What is Hawaii's state nickname?
The Friendly State
The Island State
The Aloha State
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Question 3/12

aloha-hawaii.com
The only royal palace in the United States is located on the island of Oahu. What is its name?
Liliokalani Palace
Iolani Palace
Kamehameha Palace
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Question 4/12

hawaii-tourismus.com
Though Hawaii has 8 main islands, how many islands total make up the 50th state?
12
78
132
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Question 5/12

huffpost.com
Hawaii is the only state that grows what three products?
coffee, cocoa, and vanilla beans
sugar cane, pineapple, and coffee
pineapple, coffee, and cocoa
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Question 6/12

mikereidphotography.com
True or False: By law, no building on Kauai is built taller than a palm tree.
True
False
False - but the tree used is a coconut tree.
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Question 7/12

honolulujewelrycompany.com
What is the name of Hawaii's state fish?
Humuhumunukunukuapua'a
Mahi Mahi
Ono
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Question 8/12

history.com
How long has Kilauea Volcano, the Big Island's active volcano that causes the island to continue to grow, been erupting?
10 years
15 years
30 years
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Question 9/12

collectionsofwaikiki.com
What was the original function of the hula dance?
To invoke rain
As a form of worship
To welcome visitors
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Question 10/12

ohanafun.net
Which Hawaiian island is most famously known for its leper colony?
Kaho'olawe
Lana'i
Moloka'i
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Question 11/12

wordpress.com
Which island contains Mount Waialeale, which is the rainiest place on Earth? (It receives about 476 inches of rain per year!)
Kauai
Oahu
Maui
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Question 12/12

wikimedia.org
What family owns Ni'ihau, also known as the "Forbidden Isle" and only open to Native Hawaiians?
The Kanalehe Family
The Robinson Family
The Silva Family
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C+, First Time Visitor

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You've surely been to Hawaii more than once or twice. You know a lot about the 50th State. Great job on this quiz!

B+, Frequent Flyer

huffpost.com
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A+, Kama'aina

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1
Which of these are NOT outlawed in Hawaii?
Rats
Billboards
Snakes
2
What is Hawaii's state nickname?
The Friendly State
The Island State
The Aloha State
3
The only royal palace in the United States is located on the island of Oahu. What is its name?
Liliokalani Palace
Iolani Palace
Kamehameha Palace
4
Though Hawaii has 8 main islands, how many islands total make up the 50th state?
12
78
132
5
Hawaii is the only state that grows what three products?
coffee, cocoa, and vanilla beans
sugar cane, pineapple, and coffee
pineapple, coffee, and cocoa
6
True or False: By law, no building on Kauai is built taller than a palm tree.
True
False
False - but the tree used is a coconut tree.
7
What is the name of Hawaii's state fish?
Humuhumunukunukuapua'a
Mahi Mahi
Ono
8
How long has Kilauea Volcano, the Big Island's active volcano that causes the island to continue to grow, been erupting?
10 years
15 years
30 years
9
What was the original function of the hula dance?
To invoke rain
As a form of worship
To welcome visitors
10
Which Hawaiian island is most famously known for its leper colony?
Kaho'olawe
Lana'i
Moloka'i
11
Which island contains Mount Waialeale, which is the rainiest place on Earth? (It receives about 476 inches of rain per year!)
Kauai
Oahu
Maui
12
What family owns Ni'ihau, also known as the "Forbidden Isle" and only open to Native Hawaiians?
The Kanalehe Family
The Robinson Family
The Silva Family