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Hanakapi Ai Falls
Hawaii

Jon and Janel Jasper viewing the Hanakapi-Ai Falls in the Hono'Onapali Natural Reserve along the Na'Pali Coast of Kauaii, Hawaii.

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Copyright: Jon jasper
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Uploaded: 27/12/2010
Actualizat: 14/08/2014
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Tags: falls; hawaii; kauaii; na'pali coast; hono'onapali; natural reserve area; hiking; backpacking; waterfalls; jon jasper; janel jasper; nature; outdoors
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