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Top Five snorkeling spots in the Islands: HAWAII Magazine Facebook poll results



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We’ve counted the votes from our latest HAWAII Magazine Facebook ohana poll question: Where's your favorite Hawaii snorkeling spot? The top five vote-getters are on the pages ahead. Our in-the-know ohana weighed in with votes for a total of more than 35 different shoreline areas in the Islands. Mahalo for the poll picks! 

If you’re not already a part of our Facebook ohana, you’re cordially invited to take part in on our next poll. Just click here then press the “like” button at the top of our Facebook page. You’ll then become part of our HAWAII Magazine Facebook ohana and get our “Hawaii favorite” poll questions as soon as we post them. You'll also get instant updates on your Facebook wall when we post our daily HawaiiMagazine.com stories and features.

We’ll be posting our next ohana Poll question on HAWAII Magazine’s Facebook page in the days ahead. OK, here we go. Here’s the top five countdown of our Facebook ohana’s favorite Hawaii snorkeling spots.

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No. 5

KE'E BEACH, KAUAI


When conditions are good for snorkeling, the reefs edging Ke'e Beach, along Kauai's north shore, are a popular destination for visitors toting fins and snorkels. The beach is situated at the end of Highway 560, within Haena State park and near the trailhead for the rigorous 11-mile Kalalau Trail, which winds into the Na Pali Coastine.



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