Visit the Inn at Newport Ranch for a True Luxury Getaway

The Inn at Newport Ranch has it all! It’s positioned on the edge of the earth where the land meets the sea, it’s seen centuries of history, and it holds 1 1/2 miles of ocean views and 25 miles of trails that enter giant redwood forests. We got a small glimpse into the beauty and…
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Ho’opi’i Falls Trail

Ho’opi’i Falls trail is a relatively local trail hidden up in the greener, more jungle-looking areas of Kapa’a in Kauai. As the name suggests, the trail takes you down to Ho’opi’i falls. There are actually two falls there. To get to either, it requires you to trudge the muddy slopes (just like any trail we…
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Enter into a Fairy Tale at Glendeven Inn & Lodge

Mendocino County is the place of fairy tales! All across the Mendocino Coast, you’ll find cozy temperatures, gorgeous coastal bluffs, glass beaches, and delicious dining. But perhaps, the most enchanting part about Mendocino are the adorable, chic inns that offer luxurious yet charming getaways. That’s what we found when we stayed at the Glendeven Inn…
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Discover a Hidden Beach Off the North Shore of Kauai

Tucked away, hidden carefully so only locals can find it, Sealodge Beach is the perfect secret getaway for anyone staying in Princeville on the Island of Kauai. You either need to be a local or make friends with a local to discover this beauty tucked away behind a few homes on the north side of…
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The Queen’s Bath Trail

The Queen’s Bath Trail to the Queen’s Bath pool is one of the most exciting and rewarding hikes I’ve ever been on. And as someone who hikes a lot, that’s saying something. I really do mean that. The trail is pretty short at only 0.8 miles out and back, but it is a very dirty,…
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Kauai Offers a Real Jungle Adventure for the Explorer at Heart

Who doesn’t want to visit Hawaii? It’s one of the most sought-after destinations on most people’s bucket lists. I was lucky enough to travel to Kauai, Hawaii for work in July of 2021. When I went, I knew nothing about the “Jungle Island”. After visiting and learning all about the history, I was so glad…
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