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Kami Soto

Kami Soto enjoys traveling and observing wildlife in its natural environment. She has a Bachelor's Degree in Conservation and Environmental Science. When she's not at work or traveling, she enjoys volunteering outdoors — collecting and analyzing data about animals and plants. Her goal is to travel the world and visit unique places where she can learn more about animals in their natural habitat.

Waiale Falls is located on Big Island, near the east side of Piihonua Road, right next to the bridge. The hike to get to the waterfall takes about 10 minutes starting at the trailhead found right next to the street after the bridge.  Rainbow Falls and Peepee Falls only offer a lookout view, while Waiale …

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