Hawaii February 22, 2016
19 Sites In Hawaii Will Remind You How Stunning America Truly Is
You don’t have to leave the country to experience incredible views. America is full of beautiful and unique sites, from sea to shining sea – and 2,300 miles off the coast of California, of course. After all, Hawaii is absolutely breathtaking, and these 19 sites in the Aloha State are sure to make you pause to appreciate this country’s great beauty.
1. There’s a reason Waimea Canyon is often considered to be the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.
2. Kilauea Caldera within Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is quite entrancing.
3. As is Hawaii Volcanoes’ Thurston Lava Tube.
4. This magnificent redwood forest within Maui’s Polipoli State Park will transport you to another world.
5. There is nothing quite like Kauai’s fabled Na Pali Coast.
6. The Big Island’s Waipio Valley is absolutely grand.
7. Oahu’s southeastern shore is quite breathtaking.
8. There’s this stunning bamboo forest within Haleakala National Park.
9. And you’ve got killer sunsets (and sunrises) from the summit of Mount Haleakala.
10. The black sand beaches on Hawaii Island will drop your jaw.
11. As will Papakolea, Hawaii’s green sand beach at the southernmost point in the United States.
12. Molokai’s sea cliffs are the tallest in the world, and will easily take your breath away.
13. There’s something almost spiritual about the way the stars sparkle over Mauna Kea.
14. Oahu’s Ko’olau Mountains provide the island with stunning scenery from all angles.
15. There is little more beautiful than Queen’s Bath, the crowned jewel of tide pools located on Kauai.
16. There is little more American than a good road trip, and Maui's magnificent Hana Highway provides quite the ride.
17. Oahu’s Diamond Head Crater is majestic, especially from above.
18. The 442-foot tall Akaka Falls on Hawaii Island is truly a natural wonder.
19. Not to mention the pristine white sand beaches that abound in Hawaii, like Oahu’s Waimanalo Beach Park.
America is beautiful, as is the wonderful state we call home. We are lucky to live in Hawaii, are we not?