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Of the Hawaiian islands, Oahu, Maui, and Big Island are best known for
stellar whale watching. During high season the whales migrate to
Hawaii, and you're likely to spot whales on any one of our ...
Some visitors to Hawaii see nothing more than the airport, the hotel and the beach (and perhaps a souvenir shop or two), completely ignoring the fascinating volcanic interior and the magnificent sea ...
Apart from swaying palms on white sand beaches, nothing says 'tropical paradise' like a crystal-clear cascade falling into a serene pool, surrounded by lush vegetation. Hawaii is renowned for its ...
So you’ve just touched down in Maui and you want to get your bearings. You see these two peaks behind you and your gaze turns to the left and you wonder what’s at the top. Chances are, you’re ...
Not much is often said of Kauai. Known as the “Garden Isle,” this little Hawaiian island sits in the sea just like its other island brothers, yet has somehow retained more of a sense of wonder and ...
You don’t hear about many people visiting Molokai Island in Hawaii , and that makes it ripe for a best-kept secret. People often rave about the pristine wilderness of Kauai ,
(which, to be ...
Written by Kyle, USA, February 2013
Trying to choose the best beach in Maui is like trying to choose the best candy in the candy store; everyone is going to have their particular favorite for their own set of reasons. Some of the best ...
Written by Kyle, USA, March 2013
Nearly all visitors to Kauai will agree that Poipu Beach Park is the undisputed darling of Kauai’s south shore. Located nearby to a number of popular south shore beach resorts, Poipu Beach Park ...
Written by Viator, July 2012
Of all the ocean activities available in the state of Hawaii, few of them offer more excitement and enchantment than snorkeling with manta rays off of the Big Island of Hawaii. The world’s largest ...
Written by Hudson, USA, November 2011
Let’s be honest. It can get confusing. You’re heading to Hawaii ,
but what island again? There are a handful of islands that comprise the
50th US state, but Hawaii specifically refers to the ...
Written by Kyle, USA, October 2012
Urban legend holds that Mark Twain dubbed Waimea Canyon
as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific” upon first catching sight of her
deep, colorful gorges. Whether or not the legend is true isn’t ...
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