Walk Across A Fairytale Footbridge To Hawaii’s Tiny Coconut Island

As the most isolated population center on earth, the Hawaiian Islands consist of eight major islands, several small islets, and numerous atolls extending approximately 1,500 miles. While the majority of these islands are uninhabited and unnamed, or nearly impossible to gain access to — like the private island of Ni’ihau or Kaho’olawe — other islands are easily accessible like this one. 

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Have you ever visited this charmingly tiny Hawaiian Island before? What did you think? Tell us all about your visit in the comments. Interested in learning all about another small islet in Hawaii with the same name? Most People Don’t Realize The Secret Coconut Island In Hawaii Even Exists.

Address: Coconut Island, Hilo, HI 96720, USA