Hawaiian Tropical Paradises You Need To Visit

Beach with palm trees on Maui, Hawaii

Does anyone else want to get away to a tropical paradise right now?  Us too!  Take this picture of a beach in Maui, Hawaii for example.   If that’s not motivation to save up a few pennies, get on a flight, and go relax we’re really not sure what is.  If you’re into gorgeous getaways and pictures to set as your wallpaper then you’ve come to the right place.  Enjoy the view while we take you through some gorgeous photos and descriptions of Hawaiian tropical paradises that should be on your radar.

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Big beach on maui hawaii island with azure ocean

Azure Ocean in Maui

This is one of the bigger beaches in Hawaii that sits on the Azure Ocean.  And if you’re lucky enough you might attend on of Hawaii’s restaurants called “Azure.” But be careful, there are locations in Maui, The Big Island, and even Honolulu.  So just make sure you book the right place!

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Coast of Hawaii - Waipio Valley

Waipio Valley off the coast of Hawaii

Here’s some trivia. The valley was the site of the final scene in the 1995 sci-fi film Waterworld, at which the main characters found dry land. Also did you know that “Waipi’o” means curved water in Hawaiian? We hope you get to visit this gorgeous valley. But be careful, not all of it is accessible by car so you’ll have to do a little walking.

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Green Sands Beach

Green Sands Beach, Big Island

Papakōlea Beach, also known as Green Sands Beach or Mahana Beach is a green sand beach located near South Point, in the Kaʻū district of the island of Hawaii. It’s one of only four green sand beaches in the world and if you have a chance to photograph it in person, we highly recommend it.

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Hanauma Bay Hawaii

Hanauma Bay Hawaii

Hanauma Bay is a nature preserve that’s located just east of Waikiki. It’s a Big Nature preserve that’s home to some of the most amazing and abundant natural resources in all of Hawaii. Just remember you can look but don’t drain all of these amazing wonders.  Just look at that water.  Amazing snorkeling we’re told.

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Hawaii coast at night

Hawaii Coast at night

Unfortunately we’re not 100% sure where this photo was taken but we had to get a gorgeous night time coast picture of Hawaii.  As if sunrises and sunsets aren’t gorgeous enough in Hawaii, night time is nearly as good.  What a romantic spot.

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Hawaiian sunset

An amazing Hawaiian sunset

OK, fine.  We had to do it.  How do you possibly have an article about Hawaii without including a picture of a Hawaiian sunset?  The fact is, you don’t.  This is just one of many amazing moments that you can catch at the end of any amazing vacation day.  Hawaii is an amazing spot but clearly known for the amazing sunsets.

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Perfect tropical island paradise beach

Wish we knew where this was

We’re not 100% sure what region of Hawaii this is but the photo is entitled “Perfect tropical island paradise beach.” We couldn’t think of a better title than that. It’s as if we just had an amazing dream of where we wanted to be and found out that it was in fact a real place.

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Rainbow Falls (Big Island, Hawaii)

Rainbow Falls at the Big Island in Hawaii

Rainbow (Waiānuenue) Falls is a waterfall located in Hilo, Hawaii. The falls are part of the Hawai’i State Parks. There is no fee to see the falls so feel free to have a look if you happen to be on the Big Island. Waterfalls are one of the many amazing attractions on the Big Island and Rainbow falls is no exception.

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Wailua Falls Hawaiian Waterfall

Wailua Falls in Hawaii

If you’re into big waterfalls, Wailua falls is a 113 foot waterfall located in Kauai, Hawaii.  The water flows into the Wailua river. The waterfall is prominently featured on the opening credits of the television show Fantasy Island.

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