Need to pass a little time? If you can manage it, we recommend Kukio Bay.
Kukio Bay is home to a longer (for the Big Island), narrow beach, known for its sea turtle population and gorgeous sunsets. It’s typically a bit windy in the afternoons, but warm breezes aren’t all bad. Combine the soft sand, ocean friends, and clear blue coral seas, and we think it’s a great spot to relax and let a few minutes slip past.
During Christmas week, a beach keiki (child) looks for an opportunity to ride his skim board in Hanalei Bay on Kauai’s northern side. read more
The sun rises behind Ka’anapali Beach creating a scene of cool pastels with an inviting tone. read more
Front the Four Seasons Resort at Hualalai, is a gorgeous view of Waiakuhi and Kukio Bay. 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
Beach, frozen lava, and ocean combine in an ever-changing dance on the shore of Waialea Beach on the Kohala cost of the Big Island of Hawaii. read more
This beautiful sunset makes us wish we were right there, right now. read more
At Honokohau Settlement and Kaloko-Honokohau National Park it’s easy to imagine yourself living life Hawaiian style, catching fish from ponds made of lava rock walls, working on the shoreline and under the shade of palm trees and frond-covered hale. The … read more
Napo’opo’o on the Big Island of Hawaii has a rich history filled with generations of Hawaiians, from commoners to chiefs, to the first Westerners. It is beautiful, typically calm, with a bay full of fish, and receives the benefits from … read more
A beautifully clear sky over Diamond Head and Waikiki on the island of Oahu makes for a fantastic Sunday afternoon. read more
The Hanalei Bay pier pokes out into beautiful Hanalei Bay on another gorgeous day for Kauai’s north shore. read more
The Kure Atoll is located in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands where far fewer people go than the main islands of Hawaii. read more