Aloha From Hawaii Newsletter
Diamond Head
Hiking Oahu's Diamond Head
Diamond Head Lighthouse
From the air, land and sea, Diamond Head has been an iconic symbol of Hawaii since the first outsiders reached these distant shores. Whether seen from Waikiki Beach, ships offshore or planes above, this 300,000-year-old volcanic remnant is a sight to behold. But, unlike so many other icons, Diamond Head is accessible, a place you can actually set foot on ... Read More
Whale Watching from Above
Whale Watching from Above
Graceful and magnificent, humpback whales journey from Alaska to Hawaii each year. Eric Sterman's video reveals some of these awe-inspiring creatures from an aerial perspective. Watch it!
Waimea Canyon
The Road to Waimea Canyon
One of our favorite drives in the Hawaiian Islands is up to Waimea Canyon, Hawaii’s glorious version of the Grand Canyon. There are a couple of drives in the Islands that come to mind when the goal is one of extremes. One is the drive from Kawaihae to yet another Waimea, on the Big Island of Hawaii, from the hot, sunny western coastline to the lush, cool pastures upland. But the drive up to Kauai’s Waimea remains at the top of our list because the end of the drive has so many rewarding views, climaxing with the amazing panorama from the Kalalau Lookout. Read More

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