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In the Presence of Sharks May-Aug 2012

In the Presence of Sharks

Why do I tell my students to worry about sharks? Because, on average, 100,000 to 200,000 sharks are killed each day. In the time it takes you to read this article, 1100 sharks will be slaughtered—and that’s only if you read it quickly.

Napali May-Aug 2012

Napali

The Napali Coast is about a 15-mile stretch of mostly inaccessible terrain that holds an array of isolated gems and breathtaking vistas. There are three main options to enjoy the treasured destination—by air, foot or boat. Each mode of exploration provides a different, yet equally, profound experience.

Aloha in a Glass May-Aug 2012

Aloha in a Glass

A cold pia (beer) with a Big Island twist is the perfect refreshment to get you into the Aloha Spirit. While on island, stop by the local breweries and take a sip of paradise.

History in the Making May-Aug 2012

History in the Making

Micah Kamahoali'i and Hālau Nā Kīpuʻupuʻu embark on a journey to revitalize a historic form of Hawaiian art.

Majestic Manta Rays May-Aug 2012

Majestic Manta Rays

Hahalua, otherwise known as manta rays, are one of the most alluring and mysterious marine creatures found off Hawai'i Island. Encountering manta rays in the wild is an awe-inspiring experience as they command the sea, gliding peacefully like giant underwater butterflies.

Kauai in Technicolor Jan-Apr 2012

Kauai in Technicolor

Kauai’s beaches with its picturesque setting, gentle breezes, swaying palms and the alluring sound of the rhythmic ocean create the ideal environment for anyone ready to enjoy the amazing beauty and splendor of this island paradise.