9 Fun Facts That Prove Just How Isolated The Hawaiian Islands Truly Are

The Hawaiian Islands are easily the most unique place in America, if not the entire world, and that’s not just because it’s a tropical island chain. In addition to its fascinating, yet tumultuous, history and a unique culture that has been shaped and influenced by a variety of peoples over the course of several centuries, Hawaii is the most isolated population center on earth and here are nine facts that prove just how isolated our beautiful islands are — from America and the rest of the world. 

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So, do you have a little more perspective on just how isolated Hawaii truly is? Are there any other facts that have made you realize how far Hawaii is from the mainland United States and the rest of the world? 

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