Looking for a little solitude? Maybe an early morning paddle is just what you need!
This beautiful shot from Thomas Hergenrader captures a lot of what we enjoy about playing in Hawaii’s Kona waters. On the leeward side, waves and wind are more calm, creating wonderful conditions for getting out and taking it easy.
The corals here are separated by swaths of white sand in shallow ocean. This causes the high contrast coloring of the sea, especially brought out by the angle of this photo, taken from a quad-copter.
The Kapoho Tide pools are one of Hawai’i’s most unique and beautiful snorkeling spots. Set on the southeast corner of Hawai’i Island, these natural tide pools have warmer temperatures, calmer waters, and different fish and coral that spots on the … read more
This gorgeous spot is home to a large coral reef filled with tropical fish, and as the day goes on, people. read more
A Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle cruises the sea floor off the Oahu shoreline looking for a bite to eat. read more
Smooth waves at sunset in Maui are fun, even when they are small kine. read more
Yep, that is a BigFin Reef Squid, was lucky enough to catch a glimpse of it in 35ft of water with no real reef in sight. read more
Stealthy, silent, fast, and beautiful–a white tip reef shark cruises in a shallow reef in Hawaiian waters. read more
Schooling Millet Butterflyfish cruise inside an underwater channel in search of their next meal. read more
Two paragliders circle the beach while coming in for a landing on the Big Island of Hawaii. read more
A beautifully clear day in the Waipio Valley seen from horseback is a fantastic way to experience this Big Island treasure.
Mountain biking down lush Maui ridge lines is an outstanding start to just about any day. read more
Being up-close-and-personal with a pair of humpback whales is an adventure not easily forgotten. read more