Kawainui Marsh is the largest remaining wetland in Hawaii. It's an 830-acre picturesque home to four species of ... More
Kawainui Marsh is the largest remaining wetland in Hawaii. It's an 830-acre picturesque home to four species of Hawaii's endangered and endemic water birds: the Hawaiian Stilt, Hawaiian Moorhen, Hawaiian Coot and Hawaiian Duck. A community of rare fishes and snails also live here. There is a two-mile long levee that runs alongside the marsh. This is a good place to spot birds, take in the views of Mount Olomana and the Ko'olau mountains and take a jog. There is no shade so it's best to go early morning or in the late afternoon. Enter from Kaha Park or Kailua Road. – Shiyana Thenabadu
Built by Christian missionaries in the 1830s and 1840s, this church was always frequented by Hawaiian royalty. The handsome gray
edifice, listed on the National Register of Historic Buildings, was constructed of 14,000 coral blocks. The upper gallery houses ...
Japanese influence is among the strongest cultural influences in Hawaii; however, Japanese residents still make an effort to preserve the
pure Japanese heritage, art, and culture of their past. To promote that end, the Cultural Center offers scholarships and ...
Windsurfers, a breed apart from regular humans and similar to wave surfers, travel from far distant corners of the world
to hit this top windsurfing beach. When the water is flat, they simply sit and wait. When the wind ...