HI, United States
outdoors
Posted over 5 years ago
Honolua Bay
posted in my top 10 hotspots
Now dolphins are a rare encounter but spotting a sea turtle (honu in Hawaiian) is very common. Also, remember that coral reefs are delicate ecosystems so don’t step on the reef with fins and be quiet so you don’t disturb the wildlife.
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