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Hawaii Solo

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I am thinking of traveling by myself to Hawaii in early September (unless it turns out it is too late to book anything). I have about 10-11 days available, so I think it is enough to take in quite a bit of the islands.

To anyone who has been to Hawaii, is it crazy to go there alone? (I am a 27/female by the way).

I really want to see Pearl Harbor and Volcanic National Park, but I would also like to stay on Maui and get in some r/r, maybe try snorkeling, surfing or some swimming/laying on a beach, and just take in some of the Hawaiian atmosphere. Is it best to actually spend a couple days on different islands? Or is it possible to stay in one place and fly to the Big Island/Oahu for a day?

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