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Hawai‘i Destinations Featured in New Google Street Views

Google has taken its Street View feature on Google Maps to new locations and destinations in Hawaii. Users can now view 360-degree imagery of various attractions throughout the Hawaiian Islands to help plan their vacation and get a sneak peek of the diversity of our destination.                  

“Google Maps is an innovative and unique tool that will help us promote our Hawaiian Islands across the globe” said Mike McCartney, president and CEO of the HTA. “The new, real-life, 360 degree virtual images provide users authentic, beautiful images of the Hawaiian Islands through one of the world’s top search engines. We encourage our partners to check out current destinations featured to help promote all of the places which make Hawaii so special.” 

The new Google Street Views of Hawaii went live on June 19 and features some of the islands most popular destinations such as Hanauma Bay, the King Kamehameha Statue on Hawaii Island and approximately 200 other locations across the state. For more information, click here.


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