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Photographic Evidence that Proves Hawaii is the Most Beautiful Place on Earth

There is no denying that Hawaii is beautiful, and there is certainly enough photographic evidence to support that. We love this incredible state and it doesn’t matter how often we take in these sites, we never seem to tire of them. Today, we’ve scanned the archives of the internet and found 10 photos of Hawaii that truly speak to today’s post title.

Located on the Big Island, Volcanoes National Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is truly a vision to behold. Two of Hawaii’s three active volcanoes are located here and you haven’t truly seen nature in action until you come to face-to-face- with one of the Earth’s most powerful natural phenomena.

Volcanoes National Park


Wailua was once home to Kauai’s high chiefs, and is considered one of the most sacred places in Hawaii. One look at the beautiful Wailua Falls makes it easy to see why.



This is the “Wall of Tears” on Mt. Waialeale. There are so many waterfalls cascading down the sides of the mountain that it almost looks as though it’s crying.

Wall of tears 2


There are few things as majestic as watching the sunrise from the summit of Haleakala! At 10,000 feet above sea level, the view is truly spectacular.



Located in Haleakala National Park on the island of Maui, the Bamboo Forest is just one of many magical places here in Hawaii.



The rainbow colored beaches are another example of the natural wonders that make Hawaii so unique. While colored beaches can be found in various locations around the world, there are more of them in Hawaii than anywhere else!

Rainbox beaches


If you think the landscape in Hawaii is beautiful, wait until you see what lies beneath the ocean’s surface! As many as 20% of the reef fish found throughout the islands are endemic which means you won’t find them anywhere but Hawaii. This is just a glimpse of the spectacular scenery you’ll find in our waters!



Hawaii’s whale watching season oficially starts in December and runs through to April, however some whales have been spotted along the coastline as early as October. Each year we are visited by these majestic humpback whales that travel to our islands to mate and give birth to their calves.

Maui Whale Festival

Yes, that’s a heart and no, it isn’t man made. This natural rock formation is located on Maui near the famous Nakalele blowhole.

Heart Rock


With a 17 mile shoreline, emerald green sea cliffs and waterfalls dotting the landscape, Kauai’s beautiful Napali Coast is the stuff daydreams and post cards are made of!


Being that there are so many incredible sites here in Hawaii, it was difficult to narrow this post down to just 10 photos. Can you think of any others that should be included? If so, we’d love to hear from you! Wishing you all an Aloha filled day!