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What is the Best Hawaiian Island for Snorkeling?

What is the Best Hawaiian Island for Snorkeling?

There are few destinations considered more of a dream destination than the Hawaiian islands. The luaus, gorgeous palm trees, the sweet smells of flowers, and culture make Hawaii a beloved vacation for people around the world. Each Hawaiian island is so different from...

Is Tunnels Beach Kauai Open?

Is Tunnels Beach Kauai Open?

In 2018, a massive flash flood devastated Tunnels Beach on the island of Kauai. This historic, catastrophic flash flood caused landslides that took out major roadways and left dozens of people stranded. With the roads destroyed, almost everyone between Haena and the...

What to Look for In Your Snorkeling Gear?

What to Look for In Your Snorkeling Gear?

Snorkeling is a hugely popular activity in Hawaii. If you live on the island or are planning a trip to these beautiful islands, you might consider investing in snorkeling gear. For extended trips, buying snorkeling gear is cheaper than renting the equipment day after...

Do’s and Don’ts of Snorkeling

Do’s and Don’ts of Snorkeling

When summer hits with its hot breeze and the shining sun, we all want to find shade and do something to cool our bodies down. Most of our favorite activities also revolve around water and beaches. Summer days are the best days of the year, where you crave to dive into...

Can You Take Fish from Hawaii For An Aquarium?

Can You Take Fish from Hawaii For An Aquarium?

Hawaii is home to a variety of vibrant tropical fish. Brightly colored species of butterfly fish, tang, idols, goatfish, parrotfish, and more inhabit the blue waters of Hawaii. After a fun-filled day of snorkeling with them, some of us might think of ways to make the...

What To Do If You Get Sea Sick

What To Do If You Get Sea Sick

Seasickness is a kind of motion sickness that is caused by a ship’s motion. Your dream cruise trip can become your worst nightmare if you get seasick. You experience nausea, cold sweats, and dizziness when you become seasick. Seasickness can be mild for some people,...

Whale Watching: Where to Go For the Best Views

Whale Watching: Where to Go For the Best Views

Every winter, the visitors and residents of Hawaii receive a special treat. Around 2/3 of the North Pacific humpback whale population returns to Hawaii to raise, rest, and breed. This migration has been happening for hundreds of years and is an important part of...

What Places in Hawaii Are Only Accessible by Boat?

What Places in Hawaii Are Only Accessible by Boat?

If you’re searching for a place in Hawaii that’s only accessible by boat, you must explore the Na Pali Coast. This piece of rugged Kauai coastline is one of the most breathtaking natural beauties in all of Hawaii. Imagine 3,000 ft. cliffs that seemingly touch the sky...

Guide to Nu’alolo Kai

Guide to Nu’alolo Kai

The Napali Coast of Kauai needs no introduction. Situated in Northwestern Kauai, the 6175-acre Napali Coast State Park is decorated with elevated sea cliffs, narrow streams, valleys, and cascading waterfalls. The Napali Coast consists of 5 primary valleys along with...