Found on the Road to Hana at Keanae, Ching’s pond is a beautiful place to get out and stretch your legs to see a waterfall and bridge that is readily accessible.
Because it is so close to the road it is commonly photographed and can be a bit busy. That doesn’t make it any less pretty though.
You will occasionally find people jumping off the steep hillsides into the pool below. On the weekends, this spot can turn into a locals swimming hole.
Where Moloka’i island’s eastern road (HWY 450) ends, you’ll find the scenic Halawa Bay. Similar to Maui’s “Road to Hana,” the road to Halawa is narrow, winding, slow, steep, gorgeous, and worth every minute. read more
Found in the ʻOheʻo gulch and formed by the Palikea Stream, Maui’s “Seven Sacred Pools” at Kipahulu are a splendid sight. read more
The Waipio Valley on the Big Island of Hawaii is an amazing sight to behold. read more
Flowers adorn the shore of the Lumaha’i River flowing down the island of Kaua’i and into the Pacific Ocean. read more
Lush Kauai shows off why it is the “Garden Isle” in this shot from Kauai Carver overlooking the Wailua River in Wailua, Kauai. read more
Kolekole stream creates the beautiful 44-story ‘Akaka waterfalls in a lush valley filled with ferns and tropical trees. read more
Ho’opi’i Falls near the town of Kapa’a on Kauai is a magical spot is popular for hiking and relaxing; but it is also home to cliff-jumping local daredevils and more than one engagement story. read more
A cool stream fed by frequent Kauai rains flows across the Kalalau Trail and into the ocean. The Kalalau Trail starts at Ke’e Beach and ends at Kalalau Beach 11 miles later on the island of Kauai in Hawaii. read more
A short drive from Lihue or Kapa’a on Hawaii’s island of Kaua’i are the ‘Opaeka’a Falls. This waterfall flows year round from the waters of the north branch Wailua river. read more
The Waipio Valley overlook is the stuff of movies. read more