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Volcanoes not only created the amazing mountains, valleys and waterfalls of Hawaii, they also allowed magnificent tropical plants to flourish in the mineral-rich soil. On the Big Island of Hawaii, ...
Kauai has no shortage of sun and sand, but it also has the third highest level of rainfall of anyplace on the planet -- and that means waterfalls. As with the rest of Hawaii, Kauai was created from ...
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 ...
Written by Kyle, USA, August 2012
Reaching 13,796 ft. above into the sky, Mauna Kea is the tallest mountain in the state of Hawaii ,
narrowly beating out neighboring Mauna Loa by a mere 118 ft. The
accolades don’t stop there, ...
Written by Hudson, USA, October 2011
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 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 ...
Written by Kyle, USA, January 2013
More than just a pretty picture, the Big Island ‘s Waipi’o Valley is a place of immense cultural and historical significance to the people of Hawaii .
Over the centuries this one-mile wide, ...
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