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Kawaikini Standing as Kauai’s highest mountain, Mount Kawaikini is the summit of Mount Waialeale, Kauai’s inactive central shield volcano. Other peaks on the Hawaiian Island of Kauai include Waialeale to the north and Namolokama Mountain further north, Nounou to the east, Haupu to the southeast, and Keanapuka Mountain to the northwest. Visitors can also enjoy Manawaiopuna Falls (Jurassic Park Falls) …

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Waialeale | Waiʻaleʻale | Mount Waiʻaleʻale Receiving an average annual rainfall of approximately 500 inches, Waialeale is often referred to as the wettest spot on earth. However “Big Bog” on Maui gets even more rainfall than Waialeale! It’s no wonder that the name Wai‘ale‘ale means “rippling or overflowing water” in Hawaiian. Hawaiian religious relics made …

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