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All posts by Hula Moon

Visit Waimea Valley – Botanical Magic and Waterfall

One of last partially intact ahupuaa on O`ahu, Waimea Valley consists of 1,875 acres and has been a sacred place for more than 700 years of Native Hawaiian history. Waimea, “The Valley of the Priests,” gained its title around 1090 when the ruler of Oahu awarded the land to the kähuna nui.  Descendants of the […]

Lahaina Harbor – It’s All About The Aloha!

Lahaina Harbor is one of the most popular spots in West Maui to enjoy a variety of ocean activities, including whale watching, sailing, snorkeling, submarine, sport fishing, scuba diving, parasailing and more. On your next trip to Maui, make sure to visit this Lahaina staple for excursion offerings and gorgeous sunset views in West Maui. […]

Road To Haleakala – Unreal Sunrise and Sunsets

At once forbidding and compelling, Haleakala (House of the Sun) National Park is Maui’s main natural attraction. More than 1.3 million people a year ascend the 10,023-foot-high mountain to peer down into the crater of the world’s largest dormant volcano. (Haleakala is officially considered active, even though it has not rumbled since 1790.) That hole […]

Haunauma Bay Oahu

Hanauma Bay was declared a protected marine life conservation area and underwater park in 1967 Formed within a volcanic cone, today Hanauma Bay offers a pristine marine ecosystem after the City and County of Honolulu laid out a plan in 1990 to restore the “curved bay,” after years of neglect and abuse from the millions […]

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