Kara and Kristina take on the Terrain via @karasw @thevacationgals #VisitLanai

10 Apr

Cool tide pools along the Puʻupehe Trail; that's Four Seasons Manele Bay in the background.

The adventures of Kara S. Williams, of The Vacation Gals blog, along with friend Kristina, took different forms, from hiking the extraordinary terrain and around tidepools, to riding a Jeep around the countryside, and experiencing views of the deep with Scuba instructor Shigeki Ichinose. All in all, a visit not to be missed!

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Photo credit: Kara S. Williams catching friend Kristina taking pictures along the tidepools of the Lānaʻi shore.

For more adventures on the Hawaiian island of Lānaʻi, please search anywhere on the web for the tag “#VisitLanai.” We hope to see you here on our almost private island soon!

You can also follow us on Twitter @VisitLanai and please stop by our Facebook so we can meet you!


One Response to “Kara and Kristina take on the Terrain via @karasw @thevacationgals #VisitLanai”

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