1. Spanning 17 miles along Kauaʻi’s North Shore, the Nāpali Coast is a sacred place defined by extraordinary natural beauty
2. Kauai or Hawaii Island? Both beautiful! Which one do you love most?
3. North Shore vibes on Oahu 🤙
4. No rain, no rainbow 🌈 At Oahu, Hawaii
5. ‘Tis the season 🐋We love whale season!
6. Aloha Friday vibes 🤙
From @ianjesr @simplysantos
7. Beautiful composition, when you meet the sea and the sand
8. Can you name this location in Waikiki?
9. Diamond Head, the iconic volcanic crater on the island of Oahu
Did you know that Diamond Head, the iconic volcanic crater on the island of Oahu, is actually a part of the Honolulu Volcanic Series that formed over 500,000 years ago? 🌋
This stunning landmark offers breathtaking views of the island and its rich geological history is truly awe-inspiring!
But remember, let’s all do our part to preserve and protect this natural wonder for generations to come. 🌺
10. Duke Kahanamoku, the legendary Hawaiian waterman, awaits your visit in Oahu!
Find his iconic statue on Kuhio Beach. Snap a pic with the lei-adorned bronze Duke, celebrating his surfing, Olympic swimming, and canoeing legend
11. The best of Hawaii
From @lizziizzi onboard @capt.andys
12. Have you done a sunset boat tour on Oahu?
From @hungrylilbean @surrealfoodie
13. Heavenly Kauai 💙 Have you been? What tips do you have for someone visiting?
From talktraveltome TT
14. Here’s to a new week! May it be filled with aloha 💙 Where’s your favorite place to stay in Waikiki?
15. Must-try spot on Oahu
16. Not a bad commute! 🤙Can you name this on Oahu?
17. Nothing beats a stroll on the sandy shores of Hawaii 🌊👣
There’s just something about the sound of waves and a gentle sea breeze that soothes the soul 🌴❤️
18. Ready to plan your next trip to Maui? Here are 5 must-do activities to add to your list🤙
Which activity are you most excited to do on your next visit to Maui? Save this post for easy planning on your next trip to the island!
From kaganbrooks TT
19. 🐝 Save the bees 🐝
Come along, we visit honey farm on Oahu’s north shore!
Such a cool and educational experience for the whole family.
Here are some important facts about the honey bee:
1️⃣ Pollination: Honey bees are responsible for pollinating a wide variety of plants, including many agricultural crops. This pollination helps to ensure that these plants are able to reproduce and thrive. Without honey bees, many plants would struggle to survive, which could have a negative impact on the environment and the economy.
2️⃣ Environmental impact: Honey bees are a keystone species, which means that they have a disproportionate impact on their environment relative to their abundance. The health and well-being of honey bees is therefore important for the overall health of the ecosystem they are a part of.
4️⃣ Economic impact: Honey bees are responsible for pollinating many crops that are important for human consumption, such as almonds, apples, and avocados. The decline in honey bee populations could therefore have a negative impact on the agriculture industry and the economy more broadly.
5️⃣ Honey production: Honey bees also produce honey, which is a valuable food source for humans. In addition, beeswax and other products made from bees are also used in a variety of products, such as candles and cosmetics.
20. Strolling through Ko Olina Beach Club
21. The incredible Nāhuku (Thurston Lava Tube). Have you been?
Walk through a lush rainforest into a 500-year-old lava tube that once bore a fiery river of 2000 degrees Fahrenheit (1093°C) lava.
Named Nāhuku, meaning “the protuberances,” this wonder may have gotten its name from the lava droplets that once adorned its ceiling.
Sadly, these droplets have vanished due to souvenir hunters who raided the tube after its discovery in 1913. These delicate ecosystems, scattered throughout the Island of Hawaiʻi, harbor a host of creatures.
Please be pono and demonstrate respect by refraining from touching the walls or any hanging roots. 🌿🌋
22. Thinking of hiking while visiting Hawai’i? Here are some important points of hiking etiquette
1. Know your right of way and stay on trail. Check for signages, follow the trail. Hikers coming uphill have the right of way. 👣
2. Do not disturb plants and wildlife. Do not litter, do not pet wildlife. Respect the trail. 🌱
3. Be mindful of trail conditions. If a trail is too wet, muddy, and slippery, it’s best to turn back and save the hike for another day! Always be safe. 👌🏽
4. Be aware of your surroundings. 🌄
5. Bring enough water, a light snack, and a small first aid kit. 🍌
6. Let someone know where you are. 📲
7. Have fun and show your aloha spirit! 🤙🏽
23. These photos just made my day
24. Hū ka pele. Are you on Hawai'i Island or visiting soon?
New lava flows gushed down slopes on Hawai'i Island Tuesday, adding to the spectacle of two neighboring volcanoes (Mauna Loa and Kilauea) erupting simultaneously.
It is the first time in 38 years that Mauna Loa has erupted.
More than a year have passed since its neighbor Kilauea erupted in Hawai’i Volcanoes National Park.
Be sure to stay up to date with official news and government outlets for the latest conditions.
25. Waikiki vibes 🤙Where do you like to stay when visiting Oahu?
From @pockethawaii @marriottwaikiki
26. Waikoloa Sunset on the Big Island of Hawai’i.
27. Watch til the end 🌊🐋. Ready to set sail to the north shore of Oahu?
28. What are some of your favorite stops on Oahu?
From where.to.find.me TT
29. Whatever you focus your attention to grows. Make sure you focus on your dreams and little else.
30. Where’s your favorite spot to grab a spam musubi? How many could you finish?
From @unlokt at @painacafelv