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  • Manoa FallsManoa Falls Honolulu, Hawaii
    The Manoa Falls in Honolulu, Hawaii, are one of the most gorgeous falls in the world, tumbling down an almost vertical cliff of stone, into a little pool of water some 150 feet below the crest. It takes a short hike to get to these magnificent falls, meandering through a bamboo forest, then rainforest and to the bottom of the Ko'oaus Mountains, making it about a mile and a half long, but so enjoyable that you won't even notice the trek. The trail goes through beautiful landscapes so different from anything on the mainland that you seem to enter into a dreamlike state that explodes upon seeing the great falls. The pool that is located at the bottom of the falls is filled with all kinds of boulders and rocks, so that it is impossible to see anything because of the constant falling of the water, which is why the state has decided not to allow swimming or diving, unless you want to be cited or fined or both. But it is for your safety, since you could get hurt or worse. Make sure that you have a travel partner, or else tell someone of your plans and approximate times of travel. Bring water, since they isn't any fresh drinkable water and after walking through the trail, you could get thirsty. Also bring a first aid kit with you, as you should do in any hiking adventure, especially in an area that you aren't familiar with. Rain gear is another good suggestion as the weather can change quickly while you are in the forest. Make sure you don't drink any water that looks like it might be good because you don't know what kind of microorganisms are in it and always stay on the marked trail. Good walking shoes are also suggested as there may be slippery areas and/or muddy ones, but positively no high heels. Depending upon when you come here, you should be using mosquito repellent in the summer months as they get pretty frisky, and beware that in this area there has been flash flooding. There is a barrier located there, which is for your safety and you could be sited also here.  The air is going to be filled with blossoming flowers during the season, so the aromas that you come across will only enhance your walk. The tropical forest is a thing of beauty and enjoyment, so take your time and smell the roses along the way. It is a wonderful place for your family to get away from the hustle and bustle of the city and attractions that are always full of people. One of those tropical paradises that you read and hear about so be ready to be surprised at this one. Some people have suggested bringing a small snack along in case you get hungry, especially if you have small children and a camera is another certainty as the views and scenery is something that you will want to save and remember, also great to show friends and family back home. And please make sure that you don't litter or leave any trace of your visit since this only deters others from having a marvelous time like you did. 

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  • Hanauma Bay Nature PreserveHanauma Bay Nature Preserve Honolulu, Hawaii
    They say that one picture is worth a thousand words, so look to the right and you will understand. Hanauma is a marine embayment that was created in a volcanic cone and that put on the southeast coast of the island of O'ahu, east of Honolulu, Hawaii and the word means "sheltered bay" and the picture can attest to that statement. It is one of the most favorite places for the locals hence it is easy to understand why it has become such a popular destination for tourists and visitors alike. It seems that some on the island believe that is overused, since in one year they had 3 million visitors come here, where in the 1950s, dynamite was used to expand the bay by blowing out parts of the reef so that it could accommodate more swimmers. It is also a nature preserve and marine life conservation district and being aware of the times and the changes that have occurred, its name has become the Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve after previously having been called the Hanauma Bay Beach Park. Visitors are asked and required to not touch any of the coral head that sits on the bottom of the water and looks like big rocks or from touching any of the many marine animals that frequent the waters. The turtles are huge and can be enticing to touch but may cause problems later on for them, if they get too used to being handled by humans, and we all know that not everyone loves animals, also keeping away from the coral is important to keep from getting cut accidently which could cause problems later on for you.

January 11, 2011