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Here Are 10 Jaw Dropping Photos From Hawaii To Get You Through Your Week. Hawaii

Some weeks you’re feeling motivated and productive, and other weeks, well, it just isn’t happening. If this week is feeling more like the latter for you, take a minute to enjoy these ten beautiful photographs from Hawaii. What better place to dream about escaping to than this island paradise?

#1 If a sandy beach is your idea of paradise, say no more.

From the well known tourist destinations, to the hidden locations that you can only learn about from locals, Hawaii doesn’t have a single beach that isn’t picturesque.

#2 The landscape isn’t one dimensional, though.

Some people don’t realize that towering cliffs are often found just beyond that patch of sandy beach.

#3 The vegetation in Hawaii is gorgeous.

You can count on plenty of vibrant green vegetation wherever you look. A perfect example? The Kalalau Valley on Kauai.

#4 The sunsets here aren’t anything to scoff at either.

Anytime you can watch the sun sink into the ocean, it’s bound to make for an awesome photo opportunity.

#5 If you’re into surfing, Hawaii is the place to be.

People travel from all across the world to come surf on these legendary waves.

#6 If you do a little exploring, you’re going to find some serious gems.

For example, here’s Wailua Falls in Kauai. Imagine being the person to first stumble upon this massive waterfall out in the wilderness.

#7 If you’re looking for a location to do some serious relaxing… That’s Hawaii.

Go ahead and take a couple of minutes to imagine yourself in this hammock on the beach. Brilliant blue water, warm golden sun, and a cool ocean breeze, all beneath the palm trees.

#8 Hawaii is made up of a whole lot of volcanoes!

Sometimes they erupt, and photographers capture amazing photos like this. (While they rest of us ooo and ahh from a safe distance.)

#9 If you’re up for adventure, Hawaii’s got it.

Whether it’s kayaking near lava flows, learning to surf, or doing some serious hiking, you won’t be bored for a second.

#10 And no matter where you go, the view is always to die for.

Hike up to Koko Crater in Hawaii Kai to see this breathtaking vista with your own eyes.

Cheyenne Reed

Cheyenne Reed was born and raised in Ohio. She recently relocated to rural Wyoming to try out working at an exclusive guest ranch. She graduated from Kent State University with an English degree, and most enjoys writing about travel. If she has free time, you may run into her anywhere, because she is always itching to explore new places. Her personal motto is, "Any day can be an adventure if you make it one!"

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