Looking for a private beach to enjoy Hawaii in seclusion? Gin Island in the French Frigate Shoals is part of what is collectively known as the Northwest Hawaiian Islands. Called, “Kānemilohaʻi” in Hawaiian, it is rarely visited by anyone other than researchers and the seals and turtles visible in this picture.
Be sure to bring your own shade and drinking water…you will find neither here. But you will find an abundance of sea life, corals, birds, and turtles all enjoying the tranquil setting unharassed by Western life on this remote island.
Here the small island of Kaohikaipu is seen standing not far offshore from Makapu’u Beach Park on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. read more
Between Makapuu Point and Waimanalo on the island of Oahu you’ll find the tiny islet of Manana. Sometimes called Rabbit Island for it’s part in rabbit breeding operations until the mid-1990’s, Manana literally translates to, to stretch out, or to spread out. read more
Ever wondered just what Hawaii looks like from outer space? It looks awesome. read more
Kahili Falls are seen arched by a rainbow from a helicopter cruise over Kaua’i. The area is green from year-round rains that have created the lush valleys and numerous waterwalls. read more
The picturesque coastline from Kapa’a to Lihue is on the windward side of Kaua’i, making it vibrant with life from frequent rains. read more
Views from Maui’s western coast afford beautiful sunsets framed by the island of Lanai across the Auau channel. read more
Molokini Islet is home to fantastic snorkeling and diving. Accessible only by boat, the islet was formerly used as a bombing target by the US. read more