Known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, the 3,500-foot deep Waimea Canyon provides stunning panoramic views of crested buttes, deep valley gorges and rugged crags. In the Napali Coast, trail hiking enthusiasts will definitely enjoy the panoramic views of velvet green cliffs and awe-inspiring views of cascading waterfalls.
Non-hikers can also enjoy the scenery of Hawaii though boat tours and kayaking trips. The Wailua River weaves two gorgeous waterfalls which can be explored by kayak or canoe ride. A natural lava rock cave sheltered by draping ferns can also be found in the area which is a very popular venue for wedding (Hawaii, n.pag.).
Aside from the modern Sea Life Park, which offers a diverse array of close-up marine animal encounters, a stone and coral fishponds of ancient Hawaiians, the oldest dating back to the early 13th century, will tickle the fancy of every person who loves to learn new things. Hawaii is truly the ideal place for persons who thirst for nature exploration, family bonding or simply relaxation.
Hawaii. The Island of Aloha.2007. Hawaii Visitors and Conventions Bureau. 14 May 2008
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