The sun sets fire to the sky as it takes its leave from Maui until the morning. Lā, the Hawaiian word for sun, makes strong exits when viewed from the Napili coast.
In the foreground, ‘ehu–sea spray–from ocean meeting lava rock bends the suns light into shades of red and orange.
We hope that your sunset is spectacular wherever you are.
What better way to start off your weekend than a beautiful Maui sunset with ehukai (sea spray)? read more
Sunrise greets ocean spray at Sandys as Autumn swells build in the open ocean, making landfall on Hawaii. read more
A woman watches the ocean spray against black lava cliffs on a barren Hawaiian landscape as a rainbow (anuenue) peeks through rain clouds on the horizon. read more
At the end of Makena Alanui Road south of Wailea on the island of Maui you can discover Keoneʻoʻio Bay, a recent (between A.D. 1480 and 1600) a’a lava flow turned tropical fish snorkeling paradise. read more
A pool of eager surfers sit in the line up between sets waiting for the next great ride at Ho’okipa on Maui’s north central shore. read more
The most southern point in the United States is South Point, Big Island Hawaii. Marked by high winds and tumultuous seas, gnarly spraying waves hit the shore as a rain storm drenches the pacific in the background. read more
Enchantment and mystery can be found throughout Hawaii, but perhaps even more so on the island of Kaua’i. The Mokolea Lava Pools on Kaua’i’s eastern shore is one great example. read more
Locals call these cliffs along the Big Island’s Kona coast “The End of the World” because of their height and sharp drop off. read more
The Nakalele Blowhole on Maui’s northern shore is a favored spot by visitors and locals alike. Surging waves from the north produce massive swells, pummeling the a’a lava rock shoreline. read more
Wainapanapa is a unique state park on Maui’s northeast windward coast just before the now famous fishing village of Hana. The park offers pleasant camping along with strongly contrasting blue, green, black views from the ocean, trees, and lava rock. read more