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Haleakalā National Park

Haleakalā National Park Destination To Paradise: Just over 10,000 feet high, Haleakalā (House Of The Sun) is a dormant shield volcano which forms East Maui. Haleakalā is so massive that it makes up more than 75% of the island of Maui. Haleakalā National Park preserves...

Diamond Head – Lēʻahi

Lēʻahi – Diamond Head Destination To Paradise The proper Hawaiian name of Diamond Head on O’ahu is Lēʻahi. The volcanic tuff cone of Lēʻahi (translates to: brow of the tuna) derived from lae (browridge) plus ʻahi (tuna) because the shape of the ridgeline...

Hawai’i Island Tsunami

Hawai'i Island Tsunami Devastating Tidal Waves Big Island Hawai’i Tsunami’s (tidal waves) in Hawai’i don’t happen very often, but living on an island, in a coastal town you’re aware of tsunami threats. Three major tsunami’s have...

Kōloa, Kaua’i

Kōloa, Kaua’i Destination To Paradise: An old plantation town filled with history, Kōloa is located on the southern coast of the island of The Garden Isle of Kaua’i. Old Koloa Town has retained much of its small town charm with old-fashioned storefronts...

Hale’iwa, O’ahu

Hale'iwa, O'ahu, HI 96712 Destination To Paradise Destination To Paradise An hour drive from Waikiki is a small historic plantation-era beach town named Hale’iwa, known as the cultural hub of the North Shore. The town is surrounded by beautiful beaches and...

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