Wailua Falls is an 173 foot waterfall located in Kauai, Hawaii that feeds into the Wailua River. There is a path to the bottom of the falls, but it is muddy, slippery and dangerous. Some hikers have strung ropes along the path, but officials come by every so often and cut them. In ancient times, Hawaiian men would jump from the top of the falls to prove their manhood. There is another waterfall nearby named 'Opaeka'a Falls.
Manoa Falls is a spectacular site as it tumbes down a near vertical cliff for approximately 150-feet into a small pool. The hike to the falls is classified as "easy" and travels through a bamboo forest, rainforest, and base of the Ko'oaus Mountains. The trail is approximately a 1.
Kahiwa Falls is a tiered waterfall in Hawaii located on the northern shore of the island of Molokai. The waterfall is the tallest in the state, about 2165 feet (660 meters) tall, although often only 1749 feet of its drop are counted as the main fall.
Anaehoomalu Beach is situated on the ocean front of Outrigger Waikoloa Resort. It is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Kona's Kohala Coast. Large number of palm trees behind the beach gives it a greenish background.
The western part of the beach is lined with hundreds of coconut palms. The coast of the beach is surrounded with various empty caves that are always empty. The beach is ideal for swimming, snorkeling and diving as it is well protected by offshore reefs.
The beach also has a beautiful pond ... read more
Sunset Beach is around 2miles long and over 200feet in width during the summers. It is the broadest white sand beach in Oahu. The portion that fronts the beach is around 1mile long. Sunset Beach is on the northern shore of Oahu and is around 1.20minutes from Waikiki.
Facilities at Sunset Beach
The beach offers various facilities like roadside parking, portable restrooms etc. During winters, the high waves completely erode the beach and thus the beach gets narrower.
Also, one gets all the modern facilit... read more
Murphy Beach also known as Kumini Beach was developed in the year 1970 by the Molokai Jaycees. It was developed so as to create a small park for children, where they can swim and enjoy their picnics.
Earlier the beach was a dump but the Jaycees cleaned it and installed some picnic tables, barbecue grills etc. In this way, Murphy Beach came into existence.
The beach is fully lined with large number of palm trees that make it one of the most attractive beaches in Molokai. The coast is well protected by various ... read more
White Sand Beach also known as Magic Sands is located to the south of Kailua-Kona. The place can be reached easily through the Alii Drive. As the name suggest, the sand of the beach is much whiter as compared to other beaches where the sand is of brown or black color.
White Sand Beach is an isolated place from the daily world. Nature has secretly embroidered finest creativity in carving the beach. Divine looks and esthetical sceneries are some of the features of White Sand Beach.
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Lanikai Beach is one of the most scenic beaches in Hawaii. The strip of sparkling sand merging with clear green water offers a good sight for the viewer.
- Large number of swaying palm trees lines the beach that are followed by various lush tropical plants.
- Oahu people reckon it as one of the best beaches for swimming purposes. One can also explore the two twin islands of Mokulua & Mokumanu located offshore.
- The beach is covered by large number of rocks and is completely clean and surf free. It also se... read more
Kalapaki Beach is one of the most populated beaches in Hawaii. The beach faces the beach club, Kauai Marriott Resort and also the teh Kauai Lagoons championship golf course. One can easily reach the beach by just following the road behind the Anchor Cove Shopping Center. All of these places are great fun, services availed are not only minimal but regal.
Kalapaki Beach: Gateway To Heaven
Kalapaki Beach opens out to the Hoary Head Mountains, Nawilwili Bay and the Harbor. The best thing about the beach is that the... read more