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"Disney Wonder" sun sets on Hawaii visit, Mahalo! Last port of call Nawiliwili, Kauai on May 7, 2012

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Published on Aug 9, 2012

"Disney Wonder", maiden call at the port of Nawiliwili, Kauai on May 7, 2012;
4th and last port of call during the inaugural voyage to Hawaii.
Upon departure pictures of the "Disney Wonder" with a longboat are taken from a helicopter against a sunset background.

Waimea Canyon -- Grand Canyon of the Pacific:
Arrive at Waimea Canyon and from the lookout at 3,400 feet, you'll enjoy an unsurpassed view of the 2,857-foot-deep canyon and the surrounding countryside. The canyon's dramatic size—combined with the reds and browns of exposed volcanic rock and the blues and greens of lush tropical vegetation—truly create a magnificent sight.
Conclude your visit and head to the shore area known as Po'ipū. There, you will see a blowhole called "Spouting Horn", a natural salt water geyser that sprays plumes high into the air, which occurs when the surf is washed into a lava tube and sucked up through a hole in the coastal rock. The geyser may reach as high as 60 feet depending on the surf that day, and provides photographers with an added challenge in capturing one of Po'ipū's most scenic coastal shots.
Leave Po'ipū and drive by the oldest plantation town in Hawai'i, Koloa—the birthplace of Sugar in Hawai'i.

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