Hawaiian Islands Travel
to paradise. Located 2,390 miles from California and 3,850 miles
from Japan, Hawaii is the most isolated population center on
Earth! In this travel log, I have included over 100 photos from
Maui, Kauai and Hawaii's Big Island which are divided into 11
sections. If you
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It is complete with photos from the Hawaiian Islands, Galapagos Islands,
Society Islands (South Pacific) and Western Europe. Enjoy!
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- The Big Island -
The Big Island is about twice the size of all the
other Hawaiian islands combined. It is home to Kilauea
- the world's most active volcano, Mauna Loa - the world's
tallest mountain (31,000 feet from base to summit), and eleven
of the 14 known climate zones in the World. Plus, it
has beautiful tropical beaches, great snorkeling and diving, and
lush rainforests and waterfalls. As a resident of the Big
Island, I am always looking for more photo opportunities, and I
will be adding the photos here as I acquire them.
- The Garden Isle -
Kauai is the oldest of the eight main islands in the archipelago,
making it more rugged than its neighboring islands. Some
claims to fame include Waimea Canyon, which is known as the
Grand Canyon of the Pacific, Mt. Waialeale - the rainiest place
on Earth, and the beauty of the NaPali Coastline. Its no
wonder Hollywood has used Kauai as its backdrop in so many
movies. Hits include Jurassic Park, 6 Days and 7
Nights, South Pacific... and so on!
Eight - Diving Kauai's lava tubes plus turtles, seals, boobies
- The Valley Isle - Maui
is the second largest island in the Hawaiian chain.
Highlights from this island included 'Iao Valley State Park,
Haleakala National Park, and of course, the famous drive to Hana.
It is also a popular spot for surfers, especially in the Winter