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  • Hawaii Beach Guide and Infographics

    surfer walks beach with surfboard under arm

    Are you an adrenaline junkie searching for the perfect wave? Looking for love and a stunning sunset? Seeking a shore to create the ultimate sand sculpture? Well, here are 3 ways to find your perfect beach experience.

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  • Winter Hawaii Beach Guide and Infographics

    couple walking on beach, long shot

    Are you an adrenaline junkie searching for the perfect wave? Looking for love and a stunning sunset? Seeking a shore to create the ultimate sand sculpture? Well, here are 3 ways to find your perfect beach experience.

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  • Summer Hawaii Beach Guide and Infographics

    fisherman casting line into wave on kauai

    Are you an adrenaline junkie searching for the perfect wave? Looking for love and a stunning sunset? Seeking a shore to create the ultimate sand sculpture? Well, here are 3 ways to find your perfect beach experience.

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  • Our Precious Reefs

    Underwater photograph of reef fish courtesty of NOAA

    Pioneering undersea explorer, Dr. Sylvia Earle says that every breath of air we take comes from the sea. The ocean is important, because without it, we would not exist. “There’s plenty of water in the universe without life, but nowhere is there life without water.” And at 97% of the Earth’s water, the ocean is the life-support system for all creatures on our planet. That’s a pretty clear reason why we should care about and for our seas.

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  • Hawaii Island's Best Beach for Snorkeling

    snorkelers at kahaluu bay on big islandWhen I arrived at Hawaii Island’s number one snorkeling beach last week, the tide was low, revealing bright green seaweed growing on rocks. Exactly 77 beach-goers were out--reclining on beach towels, wading in the water, swimming and snorkeling. A dozen more sat at the picnic tables under the pavilion. Sean, a one-time public defender from California, manned the lifeguard tower, and two retired school teachers, Ken and Regan, set up shop for ReefTeach. Read More