To Hawaii, with love

Just got back from Hawaii, and although we have so much going on at the moment, we’re bursting with love for this beautiful place. SO much so that we decided to try our hand at our first video! We talked about how we’d need to share at least a thousand pictures to capture a bit of the essence of the wonders of our trip to this magical place… so a video came to mind. This is our first time making a video so feel free to share any tips in the comment section for more productions in the future!

Note that we chose not to enhance any aspect of the video – we prefer to present it as we saw it (although honestly, it’s difficult to capture the beauty of this magical place within the lens!)

Where did we go? Whom did we fly with? What are the best times and places to go to Hawai’i? (You may have noticed we came across very few other tourists during our trip!) We’ll be addressing these and more in our upcoming posts! Follow us to stay updated! Trust us, you need to visit this incredible region of the world.

Been to Hawai’i? Planning a trip there? We’d love to hear about your experiences! Share your stories with us below!

As always, be a conscious traveler: Take nothing, and leave nothing behind. Be conscious, be welcome! Read more about conscious travel here.

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  1. Kristine Li says:

    That sunset photo on the left is really superb! So nice that you get to see Hawaii from the helicopter – I’ve never taken a helicopter before! I think it’s a great video for a newbie and just 4 hours of editting. May I know what software you use to edit videos?

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    1. Thank you! Yeah I have some more photos, coming in future posts — follow us to see more!! 🙂 I used Adobe Premier Pro!

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    2. Also, I would strongly recommend a helicopter ride if you can find a cheaper option than the mainstream US$400 ones (how to in upcoming posts ;)) over an interesting place — like an active volcano or waterfalls 😉

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  2. Wir lieben Hawaii! Das sind einfach so tolle Inseln mit einer faszinierenden Natur. Als wir dort vor 2 Jahren waren, ist die Lava leider gerade nicht ins Meer geflossen. Aber das macht sie jetzt ja wieder und das sind immer tolle Bilder. Unsere Berichte mit ganz vielen Bildern gibt es hier: https://one-million-places.com/tag/reiseberichte-hawaii

    Wir freuen uns auf einen Gegenbesuch 🙂

    Viele Grüße
    Sandra & Michael

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  3. Elijah says:

    This is truly inspirational!! We leave on Monday for Maui then to Oahu Thursday. I hope our trip is at least half as magical as yours was!

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    1. P.S. we might just have published our guide to Oahu by Thursday 😉

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    2. Thank you so much Elijah!! Happy travels — you’re gonna LOVE it!!

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