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The most spectacular waterfalls in the world

Garganta del Diablo, Iguazú Falls, Brazil-Argentina. Author and Copyright Marco Ramerini

The waterfalls are among the most exciting spectacles of nature. Almost every nation on Earth has waterfalls. There are waterfalls of a few meters high up to waterfalls that approach the kilometer in height. A waterfall is formed when the ...

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Beaches of Kauai

Kauai is one of the greatest places in the world for beaches. At many places around the nearly circular island, 33 miles long and 25 miles wide, broad beaches define the shoreline. Kauai’s many white sand beach have been backdrops ...

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Na Pali Coast: a rugged and spectacular coastline

The Na Pali Coast is a rugged coastline that stretches for about 16 miles along the north-west coast of the island of Kauai, most of the Na Pali Coast is inaccessible because of its shape made of savage cliffs and ...

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Waimea Canyon: the Grand Canyon of the Pacific

Waimea Canyon is a spectacular canyon, 16 km long and up to 900 m deep, located on the western side of Kauai along the Hwy 550. Nicknamed the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific”, the canyon was formed by a deep ...

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Haleakala volcano: the dormant volcano that dominates the island of Maui

Haleakala is the crown of Maui’s large eastern landmass that pinnacles to a 10,023 foot mountain. Haleakala means “House of the Sun” and the view at sunrise and sunset attracts numerous visitors. The dormant volcano boasts a circumference of 21 ...

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Kauai: waterfalls, canyons and spectacular coastline

Kauai (58,000 inhabitants) is an island of volcanic origin which was formed about 6 million years ago, is the oldest island of the Hawaiian Islands and the fourth island in size (1,430 sq km – 552 square miles). The island ...

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Maui: an immense volcano and a spectacular coastline

Maui (120,000 inhabitants) is an island of volcanic origin which is formed by two shield volcanoes interconnected by an isthmus, after Big Island, Maui is the second island in size of the Hawaiian Islands (1,883 sq km – 727 square ...

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Niihau: the “Forbidden Island”

Across the Kaulakohi Channel off Kauai’s west coast lies a dry, barren island, 18 miles long and about six miles wide, its maximum elevation is Mt. Pānī’au (1250 ft; 381 m). The island is populated almost exclusively by Hawaiians and ...

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Honolulu: the most important tourist destination in Hawaii

Honolulu, on the island of Oahu, is the largest city in the state of Hawaii (377,000 inhabitants). It’s the main aviation gateway for the Hawaiian Islands and it’s served by most major American airlines from the mainland U.S, and by ...

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Hawaiian Cuisine: Hawaiian food and Hawaiian dishes

A taste of Hawaiiana. Methods of cooking in Ancient Hawaii. The most popular method of cooking in Old Hawaii was in an imu, an underground oven. To construct an imu, a shallow pit was dug in the ground where a ...

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Hawaii climate: when to go to Hawaii

The Hawaiian Islands are located just south of the Tropic of Cancer, this means that the climate of the islands is sub-tropical climate, with mild temperatures and little marked seasonal variations. The climate rather than by differences in temperature is ...

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Hawaii: volcanic islands in the Pacific Ocean

The Hawaii Islands are an archipelago of the northern Pacific Ocean, forming part of the United States of America, of which is the 50th state. The islands are of volcanic origin, they lies approximately 4,000 km west of the California ...

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