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As you can see from Brian’s photo, #Hawaii’s lone interstate highways don’t look much like the interstates you know from the mainland. Rather than billboards and franchises along your drive, you’ll find vast canyons surrounded by rugged palms, massive ferns, and dripping banyan trees. And in less than half an hour after leaving the towers of Honolulu you’re transported back into the wild islands of centuries past.
Hidden in those mountains are trails that take you deep into the tropical rainforest. The easiest among them are along the Honolulu Mauka Trail System, a series of wide trails that are well maintained and popular with families. The Manoa Falls Trail is a nice, 1.6-mile round-trip to a 100-foot waterfall that isn’t terribly challenging. If you want to get deeper into the thick of it though, hit the Puu Manamana Trail, which takes you along a jagged mountain ridge. Or the Lanipo and Waianae Kaala trails, which bring you through the jungle to panoramic mountaintops. Best Travel Photo Travel Photo
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