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Kilauea Crater Hawaii
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is home to Kilauea, one of the world's most active volcanoes. The boiling lava lake at the summit is best observed from a ...
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Kauai Aerial
Few other places in the world can match the scenic beauty and diversity of the Hawaiian Islands. From towering sea cliffs and thundering surf to ...
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Oahu Hawaii Diamond Head
The extinct volcanic crater known as Diamond Head, or Leahi in the Hawaiian language is one of the state's most famous landmarks. It's also a favorite day ...
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Oahu Surfing
When ocean waves meet the shores of Oahu, they are transformed from smooth swells to breaking crests with steep vertical faces. Surfers come from around ...
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Oahu Paddleboarding
Hawaii is known as the birthplace of modern surfing. Ground zero for the sport is Oahu's Waikiki Beach, where a long, gentle wave breaks into a bay free ...
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Maui Kaihalulu Beach
There are only a handful of red sand beaches in the world. Without a doubt, the most photographed is Maui's Kaihalulu Beach. Located on the island's east ...
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Hawaii Big Island Pololu Valley
When you reach the Pololu Valley scenic overlook, you are literally at the end of the road. Here, on the northeastern corner of the Big Island of Hawaii, ...
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Kauai Reef Fish
Kauai has a number of great snorkeling sites, but not all are suited for beginners and youngsters. For a mellow take on an underwater adventure, head to ...
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Maui Waianapanapa State Park
Sightseers driving the coastal road to Hana often stop to snap a few photos of the black sand beach at Waianapanapa State Park. But there's more to this ...
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Oahu Sunset
Midway between downtown Honolulu and the resort districts of Waikiki Beach, Ala Moana Beach Park offers a quiet waterfront oasis amidst the bustle of ...
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Hawaii North Shore
Surfers know the name. Waimea Bay is one of the planet's premier big-wave destinations. When winter swells roll in, the best riders in the world converge ...
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Kauai Kilauea Point
The northernmost point of the main Hawaiian Islands, Kilauea Point offers panoramic ocean views, crashing surf and soaring sea birds. This narrow lava ...
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Hawaiian Shirts
Like the islands themselves, the modern-day Hawaiian shirt is the product of a mixing pot of cultures and traditions. The colorful, casual designs of ...
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Big Island Rainbow Falls
Near the town of Hilo, on the big island's eastern shore, the Wailuku River takes an 80-foot plunge into a frothy pool shrouded in greenery. In morning ...
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Kauai Napali Coast
The end of Highway 560 at Kee Beach marks the beginning of the wild and unsettled section of Kauai known as the Napali Coast. To explore this pristine ...
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