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15 Of The Best Kept Secrets In Hawaii (According To Locals)

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Hawaiians: vote up the best lesser-known places and activities.

There are many undiscovered gems in Hawaii and well-kept secrets to be unfolded. Thankully, this list has done the dirty work for you and assembled all the best  Hawaiian local secrets in one place. Check out what unspoken tips they are unveiling and vote up your favorites!

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    5 VOTES

    The Botanical Gardens On California Ave.

    From Redditor u/djvrawciraptor:

    If you like plants, go check out the botanical gardens in Wahiawa, also on California Ave. 

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    6 VOTES

    Petting Dogs At The Hawaii Humane

    From a former Redditor:

    Petting walking dogs at the Hawaii Humane. Blow up my secret gem all you want!

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    7 VOTES

    Boto Ponds On The Big Island

    From a former Redditor:

    Boto Ponds in the Wailuku river on the Big Island (Hilo Side). It's very hard to find the spot, pretty much have to be a local to find it. If you try to roll there as a tourist and don't know the signs the river gives, expect to not live long.

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    7 VOTES

    The Mokuleia Polo Fields

    From Redditor u/dumb*ssthenes:

    Check out Ka'ena Point, and head to the Mokuleia polo fields for games on Sunday. It's a weird game, but no one really pays attention to it. It's just a big tailgate party.

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    3 VOTES

    Shrimp Tacos At Horhito's Taco truck

    From Redditor u/orksnork:

    There are very often 2-3 miles of Pāpalaua State Wayside Park that you can have to yourself each day.

    The shrimp tacos at Horhito's taco truck are some of the best eats at the best price around.

    Kihei Cafe fixes jet lag, hangovers, and any notion of a trim stomach.

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    Pacific Roller Derby

    From Redditor u/Comradekittycat:

    Pacific roller derby, check it out on top of Papakolea basketball court.