How Far is it Between Honolulu, Hawaii and San Francisco, California Usa
This map shows the distance from Honolulu, Hawaii to San Francisco, California Usa. You can also see the distance in miles and km below the map.
Map Showing the Distance Between Honolulu, Hawaii and San Francisco, California Usa
How to Use
Input the name of the two places in the text boxes and click the Show button.
The recommended format to use is [City, Country] i.e. [City(comma)(space)Country].
Once a result is returned, you can copy a link to use as a permanent referance back to the result or to send on to others.
Note : For ZIP Codes, use Distance Between ZIP Codes, For UK Postcodes, use the UK Postcode distance tool. Also, to find the distance between points that are not named, you can use the Measure Distance tool.
About How Far is it Between
This tool can be used to find the distance between two places.
There are two distances output:
- As the Crow Flies - The direct distance between points
- Distance by land transport (When possible) - Distance estimate when you travel by road and sea.
The distances can be output in the following units:
- km (kilometers)
The output is via a measurement of the distance and also a map that shows that two locations and the path between them as the crow flies and the route by land transport.
You can use the controls on the map to:
- Pan the map
- Zoom the Map
- Switch between Map and Satellite views
Some Examples of Distances
Some of the distances between cities that can be found using the system. Click on one to see it or type in your own places above in the text boxes.
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Comments For This Page
On 25th August 2019
Haha I entered Hawaii to Japan and I was shown distance to St Louis.
So I reversed the entries and did get the correct place and distance.
Question is why??
By Pohaku on 2nd March 2017
great and so useful for personal and business purposes
On 8th October 2016
superb very good and helpful,,thank you
On 21st May 2014
Actually, crows don't fly in a straight line as the expression says. Just thought you might want to know.
By Your Pal, Dan on 7th December 2013
Cool site. Great info. Thanks!!!
On 29th November 2013
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